Michelin Primacy SUV

Michelin Primacy SUV

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Michelin Primacy SUV
4.2

32 reviews

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81% · 265 · 16%

Off-Roading Frequency
  • Never
Build Quality
4.3
Value for Money
4.1
Noise Level
4.5
Wet Weather Handling
4.2
Durability
4.1
Dry Weather Handling
4.3

Reviews

32 reviews
Missagh M.
Missagh M.6 posts
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Best tyres on the market hands down

Very grippy and reliable even in the wet let’s you relax and drive the way you want with premium accuracy and smoothness Show details
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Nick Bordo
Nick BordoSouth East Queensland, QLD21 posts
 
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Nathan
NathanNorth-West & West coast, TAS3 posts
 
Sheraz
Sheraz
 

Stay Away and save your self from an accident

With in one month 3 tires are bent and are wobbling . Had to argue with the distributor to cover these garbage tires under warranty. Now waiting for replacement and not being able to drive the car as these tires are not safe. Please stay away from Michelin. Will never buy Michelin again even though had Michelin on all my cars. Show details
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Hett
HettSydney, NSW4 posts
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Michelin has done it again

Got Primacy SUV to replace my Michelin Altitude HP, Costco was having promotion Buy 4 get $100 off.
Over the last few months, fuel usage was down 5% without altering my route or driving habit. It feels the tire are firmer without impacting comfort inside the cabin. Hopefully the harder compound would give better mileage too.
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RSC
RSCGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC5 posts
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Kim F
Kim F13 posts
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Fantastic tyres!

Great quality tyres, my car drives well with these. Superior grip on the road, especially during the wet weather. Drove brilliantly towing our caravan. I feel very safe with these. Show details
gturci73
gturci73Metropolitan Adelaide, SA5 posts
 
OnTheMove
OnTheMoveGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC24 posts
 

Best tyres, yet expensive

Great mileage, very quiet, and very reliable tyres for BMW X3. They are expensive (probably most expensive on the market), yet I believe they are a value for money. You can get them discounted sometimes online or at other service providers. Show details
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Fazz
Fazz21 posts
 
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Amanda
AmandaSouth East Queensland, QLD7 posts
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Great product and got a great deal

purchased from Bob Jane, usually i purchase any old tyre however they had a special on MCH 195R14C 106/104R AGILIS which also included a wheel alignment. I can say that when i drive i feel steady and safe knowing that i purchased a great tyre. Show details
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Neewhsa D.
Neewhsa D.Sydney, NSW
 

Very Poor Fuel Consumption

Bought them from Bob Jane and drove for two weeks. Was getting 700KM per tank with Yokohama's but only manages 600KM now with these set of tyres. Bob Jane have pumped rear tyres to 39psi and front ones to 36psi but no difference. Don't buy these tyres, they will cost you weekly. Show details
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Doug
DougBroken Hill20 posts
 

Squirmy and the wear rating is a farce

Follow up after 20 months:
These tyres have now done 28,000km on my Pajero and are within 1 to 2mm of the wear indicators. Effectively by the time they are no longer legal they will have given only about 60% of the distance of the Bridgeston Duellers they replaced (which had done 53,000km).

Yet they supposedly have a much better wear rating than the Bridgestones.

Not happy!

The squirmy feeling is still there, way too much feedback of even the smallest inconsistency in the road surface and they seem to magnify the small amount of slack in the steering box. Show details

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Smith
Smith3 posts
 

Perfect tyre for CX5 SUV

Changing 4 tyres on Mazda CX5 from original Yokohama done 50,000km to Primacy SUV. I was surprised with its quiet and feel soft on road. Road handling is good bothe dry and wet. It was special discount from Costco purchase 4 tyres get $100.00 discount, fitted and balance included. Happy with Costco service and price, a bargain @ $150.00 each. Highly recommended. Show details ·  1
Hartanto
Hartanto
 

perfect tires for small SUV

first thought about the tires, they really are quiet.

i mainly short commute on highway with good road condition and it feels comfortable compare to my old tires.

i live in tropical country (Indonesia) so only dry and wet condition apply. so far no problem and better performance.

i also notice handling improvement to more confident driving experiences on corners.

about durability, i expect it to last 20.000kms

i recommended this tires Show details

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Questions & Answers

Desi G.
Desi G.

Is the michelin suv same as the michelin primacy 4+

Nathan
Nathan  

Hello Desi G, from looking through the internet it may be that the Primacy 4+ might be the replacement for the Primacy SUV.

James W.
James W.

Is this good for 2015 gx460 Lexus primary SUV?

Carmen D.
Carmen D.

Hi, would you use the Michelin Primacy SUV on a small pickup truck?

FishoBen
FishoBen  

Hi, check your required load rating first, then cross-check against the Primacy numbers.

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