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Michelin Pilot Sport A/S or Yokohama Advan S4 for my S5?
Title pretty much says it all... I need to get some all seasons on the S5, and I've narrowed it down to these two. The only other choice from TireRack is the Goodyear F1, but that gets significantly lower marks across the board. I was going to go with the Michelins, but then I noticed that the Yokos are the same price and have the same or better ratings for pretty much every category. Would love to hear any feedback. I had Continental ContiExtremeContact a/s tires on my IS350, but they don't make them in the right size for the S5 (255/35/19). I live in NYC and go for occasional trips to NH/VT in the winter, but not enough to justify dedicated winter rims/tires, I don't think. Thank for your help!
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HAVE: 2009 Audi S5: meteor gray/silver Alcantara/black leather, Tiptronic, nav, tech package, B&O stereo, stainless steel trim
HAD: 2006 IS350: Tungsten Pearl/black, sport package, nav, park assist, headlamp washers, Continental ContiExtremeContact all-seasons, illuminated scuff plates, Solar Gard 54% tint