Thanks been reading a lot of this but went off at a tangent about which axle to put the best tyres on
P Zero were much harder and noisier. even with ps4s at the front only, difference was remarkable. if money isn't that big of a deal, spend a bit more on ps4s. they are worth itThanks been reading a lot of this but went off at a tangent about which axle to put the best tyres on
my gut tells me PS4S due to hard wearing and good in colder weather but I have a nagging doubt in case Hyundai and Pirelli really did develope a better bespoke tyre but the cynic In me feels it mostly marketing hype
Oh I didn’t know there were two versionsI changed P Zero's everytime to PSS/PS4S.
I find the Michelins more quiet, comfortable, way better performance in wet.
I hope my P Zero's are done quickly so I can change again to Michelin!
If you want rim protection, take the version with extra rim protection.
Thanks for the feedbackCurrently running Michelin PS4S on my car. FAR better tire and a tire that the car should've came with from factory. Rim protector doesn't poke out as much like the OEM PZ4s but it's more of a 90 degree angle along the wheel so to me, it offers a little better protection than the OEM PZ4.
As for 2 versions, I only ever seen the the other version being a "Premium Touch" tire that has a better looking sidewall.
I have just the opposite experience.Michelins are great for longevity and overall conditions but not so much in the traction department.
N Line only gets PS4, not PS4S. You may have been led astray by a certain CarAdvice journo who kept wrongly referring to them as PS4S, there is a world of differenceInterestingly the i30N Line (1.6T) in Australia gets the Michelin PS4S tyres whilst the i30N has the P Zero.
About everything: no more trampling when fully accellerating, much higher cornering speeds, understeer is about gone unless you provoce it, shorter stopping distance.I'm not sure which behavior/s your referring to specifically.