The new Pilot Sport AS 4 improves on previous all season tyre with 4% better dry braking, 5% better wet braking and 10% more snow traction. It also offers 29% better wear than leading competitors
The tire's Asymmetric Tread Pattern includes more rubber on the outer shoulder, which helps deliver lateral dry grip. The superior wet grip is the result of a race-inspired tread compound engineered with maximum levels of silica to grip slick pavement. The large rain groove evacuates water from under the tire to prevent hydroplaning.
This tyre replaced the Michelin Pilot Sport All Season 3 Plus.
Tyre review data from 19 tyre reviews averaging 82% over 93,703 miles driven.
The Pilot Sport All Season 4 is ranked 6th of 22 All Season Ultra High Performance tyres.
2022/23 UHP All Season Tyre Test - 1st of 4 tyres
Michelin Pilot Sport 4S vs Michelin Pilot Sport All Season 4 vs Michelin X-Ice Snow - 1st of 3 tyres
2020 Tyre Reviews UHP All Season Tyre Test - 1st of 7 tyres
2021-12-01 - Hi, I have a BMW X3 M40 with 21 inch wheels and am struggling to find all season tyres that will fit. I have run flats which I prefer as they saved my family a few years ago. Sizes are 275/35/R21 front and 245/40/R21 rear. Currently Bridgestones that came with it new earlier this year. My reading and investigation in your excellent website and YouTube service suggests Michelin PSAS4 would be best but the size seems to be a problem. I’d welcome your thoughts.
Judging by your spelling of the word tyre, you are in Europe, and unfortunately the PSAS4 is not available in the UK or most of the EU.
2022-04-19 - Hi there, I would like to ask for your opinion regarding the all season tyres in the dimension 205 55 16 for Skoda Octavia. From most tests it seems that the Michelin Crossclimate 2 is the performance leader. However, I would greatly appreciate your advice regarding the Crossclimate 2 or Michelin Pilot Sport All Season 4 (being also available at 205 55 16). Does it make sense to consider the Pilot, or it is better suited to faster cars / aggressive driving? Thank you in advance.
That entirely depends what you want from the tyre, if you enjoy driving in a sporty style, the PSAS4 will be the better choice, however if you want primarily want comfort and the highest possible performance in snow and ice, it would be the CC2.
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