Originally Posted by Gary@TireRack
The Primacy Alpin PA3 should have slightly better snow and ice traction compared to a bit better handling and steering response with the Pilot Alpin PA3.
In 225/45R17 Bridgestone's most similar performance winter tire is the Blizzak LM60. The LM60 would be a noticeable step up in snow and ice capability from either Michelin PA3 model but not as performance oriented on dry roads.
Is it true that mileage would decrease exponentially if driven in dry weather?
I was looking at LM70's. But not sure if I should get it.