The Nokians are an expensive tyre but the Michelins are a better choice when it comes to grip, ride and braking.
Nokias are cheaper but they are also heavier and the Michelins are more durable.
It’s also worth noting that they are cheaper to produce and they’re easier to install and maintain.
But we’ve found that the Micheins are also more comfortable and less likely to puncture in a crash.
Nokiys are also cheaper, but they come with a few additional costs and we’d recommend sticking to the Nokiies for a more reliable ride.