Milestar MS932 Sport Tire Review & Rating

The Milestar MS932 Sport tire is designed to provide dependable all-season traction, increased handling and cornering grip, and a comfortable ride. Built for drivers of all types of sport coupes, sedans, minivans, crossovers and SUV’s, the MS932 Sport has an attractive tread design, T, H or V-speed rating, and the availability of many different 14-20 inch sizes.

Rounded shoulders with larger tread blocks enhance dry pavement traction and provide increased cornering power. Many drivers have commented on this model handling well on the street, especially for such a lower priced tire.


Milestar MS932 Sport Tire Review

On wet roads, wide circumferential grooves and added sipes around the tread expel water from under the tire and reduce the risk of hydroplaning, which is a strength for this model. Traction in light snow is average, but this model was not built to tackle deeper amounts of snow and ice.

Inside the tire you will find twin steel belted construction for added strength and durability. It also gives more even tread wear and overall longer tread life. Milestar has priced this model low to fit budget-minded drivers.

Pros

  • Excellent dry and wet traction and handling
  • Quick steering response to go with solid cornering stability
  • Comfortable ride
  • Attractive tread design
  • Value for the money

Cons

  • Noise has been an issue for some drivers

Overall Thoughts

The MS932 Sport provides some very good traction and cornering performance for any sporty vehicle. Steering response is quick and the tire makes you feel in control whether it is on city streets or out on the interstate. Handling in the rain is also dependable on this model. The ride is comfortable and treadlife has proven to be quite good on this tire.

Road noise has been an issue with a few drivers based on reviews. The only other area of concern we have with this tire is the traction in deeper snow and on ice. That said, it’s a common issue with most every high-performance all season tire.

Overall this is a very good and solid performing tire that costs much less than other big name brands in this class.

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What Vehicles Will The Milestar MS932 Sport Fit?

(This is not a complete list of ALL vehicles this tire will fit)

  • Acura TL, RSX
  • Audi A Series, S Series
  • BMW 300, 500, 700 Series
  • Buick LeSabre, LaCrosse
  • Chevrolet Impala, Malibu
  • Cadillac DeVille
  • Chrysler 300
  • Dodge Grand Caravan, Avenger, Intrepid
  • Ford Explorer, Crown Victoria, Escort, Mustang
  • Honda Civic, Accord
  • Hyundai Elantra
  • Infiniti G35
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Kia Sephia
  • Land Rover Range Rover
  • Lexus IS350
  • Lincoln Town Car
  • Mazda 6
  • Mercedes-Benz C, E, and S Class
  • Mitsubishi Eclipse
  • Nissan Altima, Maxima, Sentra
  • Pontiac Firebird, Grand Prix, Grand Am
  • Subaru Outback
  • Toyota Camry, Corolla
  • Volkswagen Jetta, Passat
  • Volvo C and S Series

Tire Sizes

14″

175/65R14 82T BSW
185/65R14 86T BSW

15″

185/65R15 88H BSW
195/65R15 91H BSW
205/65R15 94H BSW
195/60R15 88H BSW
205/60R15 91H BSW

16″

205/65R16 95H BSW
215/65R16 98T BSW
205/60R16 92H BSW
215/60R16 95H BSW
225/60R16 98H BSW
205/55R16 91V BSW
215/55R16 97H BSW

17″

215/65R17 99V BSW
225/65R17 102V BSW
235/65R17 108V BSW
245/65R17 105V BSW
215/60R17 96H BSW
225/60R17 99V BSW
235/60R17 102V BSW
215/55R17 98V BSW
225/55R17 101V BSW
235/55R17 99V BSW
205/50R17 93V BSW
215/50R17 95V BSW
225/50R17 98V BSW
235/50R17 96V BSW
205/45R17 84V BSW
215/45R17 91V BSW
225/45R17 94V BSW
235/45R17 97V BSW
245/45R17 99V BSW
205/40R17 84V BSW

18″

235/65R18 106H BSW
255/65R18 111T BSW
225/60R18 100V BSW
235/60R18 107V BSW
245/60R18 105H BSW
265/60R18 110V BSW
225/55R18 98V BSW
235/55R18 100V BSW
245/55R18 103V BSW
255/55R18 109V BSW
225/50R18 95V BSW
235/50R18 101V BSW
225/45R18 95V BSW
235/45R18 94V BSW
245/45R18 100V BSW
225/40R18 92V BSW
235/40R18 95V BSW

19″

255/60R19 109H BSW
225/55R19 99V BSW
235/55R19 105V BSW
245/55R19 103V BSW
235/50R19 99V BSW
255/50R19 107V BSW
255/45R19 100V BSW

20″

235/55R20 105V BSW
255/55R20 110V BSW
245/50R20 102V BSW
255/50R20 109V BSW
265/50R20 106V BSW

Price Range

Prices on the MS932 Sport range from approximately $48 and up. You may also find occasional rebates, discounts, coupons and special offers on this tire.

Click Here To Find The Current Prices On All Milestar MS932 Sport Sizes

Warranty

Milestar provides a 50,000 mile tread warranty on the MS932 Sport.


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18 thoughts on “Milestar MS932 Sport Tire Review & Rating

  1. I have owned a variety of tires on a variety of cars. These became my favorite tire after putting on my 07 Saab 93 Aero Sportscombi. Prior to these tires I went through 4 sets either with bad ride, road noise or quick wear. After putting these tires on the car they lasted me for 49K miles but winter was coming and the thread would’t help in the snow, so I got another all season tire and boy do I regret not buying another set of the Milestar 932. These tires are quiet, good ride quality, good in all season and lasted to the specific mileage. I recently bought another car and will be buying these tires once the OEM tires are worn out.

  2. never have I seen tires wear like this wearing out as quickly as they did. I did an alignment on the car and installed these tires that ran past wear indicators showing the glass liners at 13,000 miles. I had to replace them with another brand I could not trust milestar. Never again.

  3. My 2010 Lexus ES 350 came from the previous owner with Milestar 215 55 17, I just replaced them with 225 55 17. The slightly wider tire handles and looks better, and I haven’t noticed any of the noise that some people complain about.

  4. I purchased 4 of these for my 2008 HHR. Was running Yokohama Avid Ascend,and they rode wonderful,

    I had these Milestar 932 put on yesterday. The tires were inflated to over 40 psi,but even at that they rode great. Nice and smooth,and quiet. I lowered the pressure to around 35 psi. Drove on them to get some mower gas today over some rough streets I drive every day. They seemed to ride awesome! I had maybe 5 miles on them before taking a trip out of town today. The tires had inflated to 37 psi with the heating of the day vs the 31 psi which I had been running the Yokos.

    Even with the higher psi,the Milestar tires were awesome! I had about 50 miles on the tires though when I noticed the ride was getting rougher already. Stopped and lowered the PSI to the same pressure that I had last run on the Yokohamas. Still didn’t help. I have driven the roads I drove today MANY miles on the Yokohamas,and the Milestars are way worse!

    I have 100 miles on the Milestars,and they are already declining in ride quality. BIG disappointment after the initiial love of the tires. I was almost euphoric at first. You get what you pay for!!

  5. I put these on my 2005 Solara Convertible, and I don’t notice any additional tire noise even with the top dropped. I’m a little surprised at the handling quality. I didn’t expect a tire this affordable to compete with the Continental
    Continental PureContact LS and Dunlop Signature HPs I have on my other vehicles. The Continentals are a high mileage tire and both they and the Dunlops handle only marginally better than the Milestars.

    1. Hey Kent, the Milestar MS932 Sport tires are really smooth. Was noise an issue for you like many others? Thanks for sharing your
      experience.

  6. I purchased these tires on the car I bought.
    6/32″ on rear tires and 5/32″ on the front tires.
    I dont hear any noise, at all from my 2012, crosstour.

    THEY seem to handle well and I will be buying another set of these tires in the spring.
    Can’t beat the price to quality ratio.

      1. Thanks for sharing your experience Troy! Noise has definitely been an issue with these tires. On the bright side, they do deliver a comfortable drive — your thoughts?

        1. 10/23/2020 I just had 2 new Milestar Sport tires put on the front of my 2008 HHR Chevy. I appreciated the reviews, and my mechanic said HE would use these tires on HIS car. Noise?? Ha! I live in Fort Lauderdale, FL and the OUTSIDE noise is greater than anything I hear from my new shoes on the car! FlyGirl

      1. I’d have to agree w/ Kent. I just had these tires installed on my fiancee’s Rogue and the noise, for me, isn’t worse than before. That car has always been very loud

  7. I just got these put on my 2012 Toyota Camry SE in size 225/45/18 and I must say for the price they are pretty good, as far as noise goes they are no louder then the Bridgestone Driveguard tires that were on it before these, but those tires were $200 a piece, I would definitely get these tires again based on the price, and the way they drive, I can not comment on the long hall though, as I have only had them on about two weeks…

  8. I put 4 of them on my’ 13 Taurus. I find no problem so far.
    The guy talking about noise probably has a noisey car in the first place.

  9. These tires are very noisy. I’ve turned the radio very loud and can still hear them whining. I’ll never buy another set. It’s ashame. Because they are a really
    Good looking tire. I’ve told
    My friends to stay away from them. Sometimes not wise to try to go cheaper.

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