Summary: I on average commute roughly between 1000 - 1500 miles a week & although the tyres were great in the wet, dry, handling etc the speed the tyre wore down was disturbing. Ive been informed that you should expect no more than 10k per tyre! - that's an expensive car, so to offset that i drive no more than 75mph - but usually cruise control it at 65 to try and balance the costs.
Summary: I had Bridgestone Blizzak WS60 last winter and I changed for this Micheline Primacy Alpin PA3 this winter to improve performance on my car, but I'm desapointed. This PA3 are for winter with not so much snow, as Europe, but here in Quebec the traction, I mean, adherance is very bad, if I make comparations with my laste Bridgestone.
Summary: 2007 Volvo S60 - these tires have a little over 35000 miles on them and after 2 years they are dry rotting according to michelin and Volvo. This is the shortest tire life we have ever gotten on any of our vehicles and we clock over 30,000 miles a year on each of our vehicles. michelin wont cover this as warranty-its normal wear. dont buy their junk.