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Michelin - Pilot Sport 4S

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The Pilot Sport 4S is Michelin's Max Performance Summer tire developed in cooperation with some of the most demanding vehicle manufacturers, including Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Porsche to utilize key technologies engineered during competition in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. It was designed for serious drivers looking to maximize the performance potential of their sports cars, performance sedans and powerful luxury vehicles. The Pilot Sport 4S excels in warm dry and wet conditions, so like all Max Performance Summer tires, is not intended to be serviced, stored nor driven in near- and below-freezing temperatures, through snow or on ice.

The asymmetric tread pattern of the Pilot Sport 4S features side-by-side, 24 Hours of Le Mans-derived compounds. The low-void outer shoulder utilizes a new dry-focused hybrid tread rubber for improved dry handling and braking over the previous generation tire, while the center ribs and inboard shoulder feature a silica-infused wet compound designed to increase wet braking performance. The computer-modeled Variable Contact Patch 3.0 optimizes pressure distribution across the contact patch through turns, reducing hot spots and improving tire life during aggressive use.

Internal construction of the Pilot Sport 4S features twin steel belts reinforced by a spirally wound hybrid reinforcement. This hybrid Aramid and nylon belt offers a lightweight, high-strength reinforcement above the steel belts to enhance high-speed handling, wear and durability. Specifically tuning the application of the cord filament provides Michelin engineers the ability to balance tension and strength, and a single-ply, polyester cord casing balances trade-offs between ride quality and responsive handling.

About: Michelin


Michelin North America is a $10.76 billion dollar a year company operating 19 plants in 16 locations and employs 22,000 people. It manufactures and sells tires for airplanes, automobiles, farm equipment, heavy duty trucks, motorcycles, and bicycles. Michelin manufactures tires in six states: Alabama, Indiana, Ohio, Oklahoma, North Carolina and South Carolina. In addition, there are three plants in Nova Scotia, Canada and one plant in Queretaro, Mexico. Two plants specialize in the manufacturing of semi-finished goods taking raw materials and turning them into components for the plants that produce tires and one plant strictly produces synthetic rubber. Finished goods are produced in sixteen plants, two sites produce retreads for the trucking and one site produces retreads for the aircraft industry. Michelin Maps and Guides also produce road atlases, road maps and travel guides for all the major cities in North America.

Producing the highest quality tires that deliver miles and miles of driving pleasure does not happen out of luck. It starts at the Michelin Americas Research and Development Corporation where innovation and technology collide with the real world needs of demanding consumers in a highly fragmented industry. Employing 960 people, many of which are engineers, Michelin’s R&D center in North America has been responsible for developing some of the finest products in the world to market, including the first 80,000 mile passenger tire for American-made vehicles. When a Michelin tire is on the road, it delivers a collection of benefits rather than just being good at one particular attribute. You get great handling, superior wet traction and long mileage without sacrificing comfort because the engineers at MARC are not content or satisfied with any sort of compromise or trade-offs.

STANDARD FITMENTS
Quantity
Size
Price (each)
Complete Set (4)
 
215/45/17
$218.00
$872.00
225/45/17
$224.00
$896.00
225/50/17
$238.00
$952.00
235/45/17
$239.00
$956.00
245/40/17
$257.00
$1,028.00
245/45/17
$267.00
$1,068.00
205/40/18
$257.00
$1,028.00
225/40/18
$247.00
$988.00
225/50/18
$280.00
$1,120.00
235/40/18
$268.00
$1,072.00
235/45/18
$267.00
$1,068.00
235/50/18
$257.00
$1,028.00
245/35/18
$271.00
$1,084.00
245/40/18
$242.00
$968.00
245/45/18
$275.00
$1,100.00
255/35/18
$291.00
$1,164.00
255/40/18
$293.00
$1,172.00
255/45/18
$281.00
$1,124.00
265/35/18
$291.00
$1,164.00
265/40/18
$324.00
$1,296.00
275/35/18
$344.00
$1,376.00
285/35/18
$383.00
$1,532.00
225/35/19
$299.00
$1,196.00
225/40/19
$308.00
$1,232.00
225/45/19
$272.00
$1,088.00
235/35/19
$299.00
$1,196.00
235/40/19
$323.00
$1,292.00
245/30/19
$336.00
$1,344.00
245/35/19
$318.00
$1,272.00
245/40/19
$315.00
$1,260.00
255/30/19
$315.00
$1,260.00
255/35/19
$310.00
$1,240.00
255/40/19
$322.00
$1,288.00
265/30/19
$315.00
$1,260.00
265/35/19
$383.00
$1,532.00
265/40/19
$383.00
$1,532.00
275/30/19
$363.00
$1,452.00
275/35/19
$376.00
$1,504.00
275/40/19
$368.00
$1,472.00
285/35/19
$400.00
$1,600.00
295/30/19
$397.00
$1,588.00
295/35/19
$463.00
$1,852.00
305/30/19
$432.00
$1,728.00
325/30/19
$420.00
$1,680.00
225/35/20
$334.00
$1,336.00
235/30/20
$351.00
$1,404.00
235/35/20
$360.00
$1,440.00
235/45/20
$344.00
$1,376.00
245/30/20
$375.00
$1,500.00
245/35/20
$356.00
$1,424.00
245/40/20
$383.00
$1,532.00
245/45/20
$369.00
$1,476.00
255/30/20
$376.00
$1,504.00
255/35/20
$324.00
$1,296.00
255/40/20
$340.00
$1,360.00
255/45/20
$349.00
$1,396.00
265/30/20
$367.00
$1,468.00
265/40/20
$424.00
$1,696.00
275/30/20
$405.00
$1,620.00
275/35/20
$410.00
$1,640.00
275/40/20
$427.00
$1,708.00
285/25/20
$433.00
$1,732.00
285/30/20
$404.00
$1,616.00
285/35/20
$396.00
$1,584.00
295/25/20
$447.00
$1,788.00
295/30/20
$410.00
$1,640.00
295/35/20
$484.00
$1,936.00
305/25/20
$515.00
$2,060.00
315/35/20
$556.00
$2,224.00
345/30/20
$633.00
$2,532.00
245/30/21
$454.00
$1,816.00
255/30/21
$439.00
$1,756.00
255/35/21
$433.00
$1,732.00
265/30/21
$435.00
$1,740.00
265/40/21
$421.00
$1,684.00
275/30/21
$464.00
$1,856.00
295/25/21
$520.00
$2,080.00
295/30/21
$495.00
$1,980.00
295/35/21
$450.00
$1,800.00
305/25/21
$521.00
$2,084.00
325/25/21
$540.00
$2,160.00
255/30/22
$496.00
$1,984.00
275/40/22
$459.00
$1,836.00
295/25/22
$464.00
$1,856.00
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