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Perilli p7 plus a/s 19 inch. report.


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#1 jimflutes

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Posted 09 December 2017 - 08:11 PM

Up here in Western Mass. we just had first serious snow weather.  It was 4 inches but what made it serious was that it was ice on snow. The tires handled these conditions with great confidence ,even the last steep hill back to my house , the passengers in the car were impressed. I do want to emphasize that these will not replace dedicated snow tires for larger amounts of snow , but I am very confident with these for average snow weather ,I also have noticed that they have the rim protection feature. I had them put on by Lincoln dealer with the $140.00 rebate about two months ago.







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#2 MKZMark

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Posted 10 December 2017 - 08:19 AM

Which tires were on it before?



#3 jimflutes

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Posted 10 December 2017 - 09:42 AM

Michelin mxm 4 came with the car ,they were very good on dry and wet surfaces. I had these on my 2013 MKZh and found them slipping a lot in snow , so I put on the Perillis last year and noticed the better snow gripping. So I did have experience with them both ,and the other tire that was rated really good was the Michellin Pilot sport a/s 3. However my having the Perillis on my last car and the fact that I liked them a lot was the deciding factor,plus the $140.00 rebate that is offered from the dealer. I like the fact that all these tires (both P7 a/s plus and Miches) come with the rim protection ,the Michelins have the better rim protectors. Now the tire I am talking about is the Perilli P7 PLUS ,it must say PLUS ,it does make a difference.



#4 MKZMark

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Posted 10 December 2017 - 11:35 AM

How do you like the noise level and ride compared to the stock MXMs?



#5 jimflutes

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Posted 10 December 2017 - 11:58 AM

Very comparable ,I would give a slight edge to the Miches on dry road , but for me the snow factor was all important. Last year with the Miches I slid down my driveway and dented my fender so that cost me right there , with the Perillis I do not slip and I must say I do take more care going down the driveway after that dent. As for noise I again would give a slight edge to the Miches. So I would rate Miches a 9 for dry and noise and a 4 for snow. The Perillis a 8 for dry and noise and a 7 for snow. You can see  these tires comparisons on the Tire Rack site but I am giving you my real world experience with them.








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