Summary: I use my car as a daily driver and I also take my car to HPDEs (High Performance Driving Events) 3-4 times a year and I wanted a tire that would go right from one to the other. So a few years ago when I bought my sports car, I used Consumer Reports to find the best Max Performance Summer tire that I...
Excerpt: The first time I purchased these tires I was amazed how much quieter, better riding, and stickier they were compared to the Goodyear that came with the car. I purchased a second set (four) of the same tires even though I did not need them yet because I wanted to have them for a back up set in case I...
Excerpt: When I bought my car it came with a mismatched set of almost new PSS's in the front and brand new PS2's in the rear. The PS2's from new would break loose and slide around pretty easily, which is admittedly fun, but not exactly confidence inspiring.
Summary: Upgraded my wheel and tire combo and went with the super sports only to have a complete tire failure after ~40 miles driven on car. Happened on a 275/35 18 which was mounted on the front right of my Z06 and happened under normal driving conditions.
Summary: New 2015 Corvette, 250 miles, ride felt a bit rough so I looked at the tires after I dove it home the left rear tire had a 7.25 inch long weight on one side and another 4.50 inch long weight across from it. Bad belt lap??
Summary: Please note that my title says reasonably priced, not inexpensive performance tires. These have offered the best balance of performance and ride comfort in this class of tire. I have been sold on these tires since reading the online test reviews and trying out a set about 2 years ago.
Summary: excellent dry and wet grip, good tread wear rating, and runs pretty wide. Nice and quiet, too. I am using these on a corvette (front size, rear is 305/30/20), and they put the power down very nicely, much better than the oem runflats.