PILOT SPORT A/S 3 PLUS

Ultra High Performance All-Season

Overall Rating (8.6)


The Pilot Sport A/S 3 Plus is Michelin's ultimate Ultra High Performance All-Season Tire combining summer levels of wet and dry grip with cold weather and snow mobility.

FEATURES & BENIFITS:

  • Variable Contact Patch = Distributes forces and temperatures evenly over the contact patch
  • Aggressive Asymmetric Tread Pattern = Superior handling and control
  • Silica Tread Compound = Remains extremely pliable in all weather conditions
  • Large Circumferential Grooves = Provide incredible wet grip and resists hydroplaning
COMFORT
Noise 8.3
Ride 9.2
Tread-wear 8.8
DRY
Cornering Stability 9.0
Dry Traction 9.0
Steering Response 9.4
WET
Hydro-planing 9.2
Wet Traction 9.0
Winter/Snow
Deep Snow 7.5
Ice 6.7
Light Snow 8.5

Independent Tire Reviews By Customers

Date: 2/27/2017 Review's Overall Rating: 9.2
2015 Ford Mustang V6
Miles Driven 1000
Driving Condition Combined Highway/City
Driving Style Fast
Comments My 2015 Mustang came with name brand Japanese all weather tires on it. They were almost useless in the snow so I considered getting dedicated snow tires. Then I started reading about ultra high performance all seasons, and this Michelin was among the best. I totally agree. I drove in the two major snowstorms so far in 2017, amazing. You get what you pay for.
Comfort Category
Noise 9.0
Ride 9.0
Tread-wear 9.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 9.0
WetTraction 10.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 9.0
DryTraction 9.0
SteeringResponse 9.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 9.0
Ice 9.0
LightSnow 10.0
Date: 8/22/2017 Review's Overall Rating: 9.1
2015 Mazda 6 Touring
Miles Driven 200
Driving Condition Combined Highway/City
Driving Style Fast
Comments I've only had these on for a short while, but I went through a few weeks of being subtly shaken to death on Continental DWS tires, so having these Michelins put on as a replacement was a godsend. I like to describe them as "aggressive bitter." Everything you'd want in a ultra high performance tire, but so smooth. Yes, you still feel all the tiny cracks in the road, but it's still smooth. How does that make sense? I don't know. But that's what it's like. Spend the extra money and get these. They're definitely better than the DWS, and still probably better than the BFG G-force (I didn't try them) since Michelin owns BFG.
Comfort Category
Noise 10.0
Ride 10.0
Tread-wear 9.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 9.0
WetTraction 9.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 9.0
DryTraction 10.0
SteeringResponse 10.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 8.0
Ice 8.0
LightSnow 8.0
Date: 11/11/2017 Review's Overall Rating: 8.5
2006 BMW 330i Base 18" option
Miles Driven 18000
Driving Condition Combined Highway/City
Driving Style Fast
Comments Expensive but you get what you pay for!
Comfort Category
Noise 9.0
Ride 8.0
Tread-wear 8.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 10.0
WetTraction 10.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 9.0
DryTraction 9.0
SteeringResponse 9.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 8.0
Ice 5.0
LightSnow 9.0
Date: 11/27/2017 Review's Overall Rating: 8.5
2016 Ford Mustang GT Premium (255/40R19 96 W 8.5x19)
Miles Driven 3000
Driving Condition Combined Highway/City
Driving Style Fast
Comments Car came with Pirelli P zero. Lasted only 18,000 miles. The Michelins are pricy but a VAST improvement over the P zeros. The car never drove this well, even when the Pirellis where brand new off the showroom floor.
Comfort Category
Noise 8.0
Ride 10.0
Tread-wear 10.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 9.0
WetTraction 8.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 10.0
DryTraction 10.0
SteeringResponse 10.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 5.0
Ice 5.0
LightSnow 8.0
Date: 10/15/2016 Review's Overall Rating: 8.4
1999 Mercedes-Benz SL500 Base
Miles Driven 0
Driving Condition Combined Highway / City
Driving Style Average
Comments
Comfort Category
Noise 6.0
Ride 9.0
Tread-wear 10.0
Comfort Category
Hydro-planing 9.0
WetTraction 9.0
Comfort Category
CorneringStability 8.0
DryTraction 8.0
SteeringResponse 9.0
Comfort Category
DeepSnow 8.0
Ice 8.0
LightSnow 8.0