Looking at my current setup I have Hankook on the Fronts (Fitted in February 2016) and After numerous screws in the rears of the Hankook, Conti 6 - I have had Bridgestone 'Pebbles' on the rears (Fitted in July 2017). The Service and MOT is booked for February and while I have 4mm pretty much all round I think the time is coming soon to change for new boots.
Looking at the Sizes I have two real options.
Conti 6's all round.
Michelin PS 4S on Rear and PS4 on the Fronts
There is a big cost difference between the two setups - about £60 a corner cheaper to have Conti's - but what I have read the wear rate is higher. That said for a month or two I did have Conti's on the rear and they were very nice - much nicer than the Bridgestone's and Hankook.
So here goes. Which do I go for? What's the anticipated wear rate for Michelin (apart from the Clio 182 I have never had PS Tyres on any car).
I might get them fitted while I am off for Christmas - I figured better to have the tread for the winter as it has to do its Winter Duty. And I know I am miles off the limit, I always feel Tyres and Brakes are the things that keep you out of the ditch.
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