Summary: Have been pleased with Michelin tires up to a point of approaching rated mileage. Then the cupping noise begins. These tires for my Mercedes are expensive. Rotated by dealer as recommended. I expect more from Michelin.
Summary: The tire have a warranty of 65,000 miles, why are they almost worn out at 38,000 miles. The alignment is perfect and they are rotaed every 5,000 miles? I am not a crazy driver and I have the orginal brake linings with 69,000 miles on the car.
Summary: I purchased a new car about a year ago and it came with your Primacy HP. When I went in to get serviced they were almost bald and needed replacing. The two front tires had 7800 miles and the Rear had 9800 miles. The front were at about 40% and the rear needed replacing. I do drive very aggressively although these were never taken to a track. I drive the Toyota 86. I will say though, the tires were very grabby and solid. They communicated well and were quiet as well.
Summary: Very poor grip in anything other than bone dry summer weather. With these tyres I'd slide on cornering and wheel spin in 3rd gear. Fitted some Falken ze914 and the car is instantly transformed. No sliding on cornering, in dry or wet. No wheel spin / traction issues and much quieter.
Summary: My car was perfect on the first set of the previous version of these but the 'slightly updated' ones were SO BAD that I had several visits to the main dealer for road noises. It seemed the right thing to do to replace originals with the same but it has been a HUGE Â£600 mistake. After giving up on the noises being anything else I was forced to contemplate spending another Â£600 to eliminate tyres as the scource with the possibility of wasting it if the new ones were the...
Summary: Driving a Honda Accord big heavy estate around mostly country lanes with a few lengthy trips a few times a year , about 10,000 miles/year, and the front tyres have barely made one year. For the price you pay it aint worth it. The old ones a previous owner put on lasted since 2009 and I think he was a rep.with a high mileage. Apparently Michelin have made them softer in theory to grip better, but maybe they just weren't selling enough?