I bought a band new Chevy Bolt in December and these were the tires that came on it. I had the dealer put on snow tires before I picked up the car, so these tires have 230 miles on them, (I'm on a lease so I know the exact mileage when I picked the car up). I want to put summer tires on now that I have a set of snows, so I have no need for these all-seasons.
These go for $194.32 on Tirerack.com I'm selling for $150 each.
Description from Michelin: "The Energy Saver A/S Selfseal is Michelin's most fuel-efficient All-Season Passenger car tire developed for the drivers of electric, hybrid and fuel-efficient passenger cars that want to exploit their vehicle's fuel economy without abandoning dry, wet and wintertime traction and also want the additional peace of mind their travels will not be delayed by typical tread area punctures. Designed to deliver self-sealing continuing mobility, Energy Saver A/S Selfseal tires feature a sticky, viscous coating on the inside of the tire that instantly seals nail or screw punctures up to ¼" in diameter. The Selfseal Technology is designed to permanently fill the path of the puncture when the object is removed."