Summary: My tires for the last 45 years have been michelin. I have had many cars and they always drove straighter and held the road better than any of the oem tires. Yes , I traded in the new oem tires for michelin the first time I bought a new car in the 1970's and I still do. My hydro-Edge are the first Tires I had a problem with, but they were adjusted immediately and are giving good service. My next car will also have Michelins!
Summary: I had Michelin tires on my car from when I purchased it new from the dealer and they lasted for seemed to be a lifetime ... OK, more like several years! When I started shopping around for new tires, I was surprised by the cost of new Michelin tires and had almost decided to purchase another (cheaper) brand.
Summary: These are the tires recommended to me by the service manager where i get my auto serviced. He never steers me wrong and this is probably my 3rd or 4th set of Michellin tires. I think they handle well and i get a lot of mileage on them.
Summary: These tires have been great so far! super quiet ride, superb ride quality and they have been wearing quite well for a low rolling resistance tire even though they are on a sport RWD coupe! performance within normal driving conditions wet or dry has, in my experience, been great. they are not a performance tire and don't offer top traction when driving in a spirited fashion but they are great everyday tires and fuel mileage has been great with this tire.
Summary: O.E. tires on my Scion FR-S; Not the most aggressive tire package, but a very good choice for mixed highway /secondary roads; fairly quiet at speed & comfortable at the same time. These tires make for some fun wheel time on the twistes, primarily because they are not excessively sticky.