I think the general consensus was that the Conti. did a little bit better in snowy conditions. But the Michelin did a bit better in wet/dry. But hardly. Ultimately I think they were about the same.$186 for the 235/40-18.
The DWS06 is still $165 making the Michelin $85 more per set. Was there ever a big difference between the DWS06 and the A/S3+ When it was around?
From that article someone linked above: "4% better dry braking, 5% better wet braking and 10% more snow traction, the company says".I am on AS3+ now and am about due for replacement... will give these a good look. Could not be happier with the current rubber so hope these are equal or I better get another set of AS3+ on closeout while I can.