Primacy MXV4 tires are Michelin’s Grand Touring All-Season tires developed to meet the needs of coupes and sedans, as well as family minivans and crossover utility vehicles. Michelin Primacy MXV4 tires are designed to offer a quiet, comfortable ride, long tread life, responsive handling and all-season traction, including in light snow.

Primacy MXV4 tires feature an all-season tread compound molded into a symmetric design that combines notched shoulders, independent intermediate tread blocks and continuous center ribs. Michelin’s Active Sipes alternately lock together and open as needed to provide increased biting edges that grip the road to provide all-season handling, especially in rain and snow.

Michelin’s Advanced MaxTouch Construction results in a tuned footprint shape that allows for long-lasting, even treadwear while their Comfort Control Technology uses computer-optimized design and precision manufacturing to reduce vibrations and road noise to deliver a comfortable ride. The tire’s internal structure includes twin steel belts reinforced with Michelin’s BAZ Technology (spirally wrapped polyamide, Banded At Zero degrees) to reinforce the Primacy MXV4’s twin steel belts and provide high-speed durability while enhancing ride comfort.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Amazing oem on my 2019 Toyota Corolla le. I’ve never ever been a fan of Michelin. I have to say this tire makes this Corolla on of the best handling and safest on ice and water tires I could ever want. I have owned 20+ cars over 40 years and these tires stick like glue while helping give 34 mpg all day long. I am a rideshare driver and log about 200 city/highway miles a day. I cannot comment on the treadwear yet and I am NOT a fanatic of rotations but i will try to rotate at least every 10k miles not the five suggested as I do it myself. I can tell you I’ve never been able to justify the Michelin premium pricing but after these I’m simply sticking with this model forever if they continue to make it. Awesome.

  2. The OEM set didn’t quite make the 60k mark, but the tires performed beautifully up until I hit the wear indicator. Replacing original set with same tires.

  3. Replaced OEM Continental with the Michelins and felt like driving a new car. Ride has been very smooth and quiet, this tire should be optional for OEM. Driven my car across multiple states on this tire and its absolutely fantastic, braking distance has improved from OEM. Road grip on wet conditions is good as well, havent driven much on snow except for some light flurries so cant comment on that. Overall am very happy with the tires, would definitely recommend this if you are in the market for new tires.

  4. I have 18,000 on the tires and I’m down to 5/32″ on all 4 of them. Rotated every 6k or so. Even wear, so not the car. Tires just don’t last! Won’t be buying michelin again!

  5. I’ve replaced my old Michelin Primacy with new ones. Huge difference! Fresh threads made it a lot more quiet, braking is noticeably better, feels better in curves too. Mostly I’m amazed with the road noise: almost none. I have 2104 Lexus ES350, which is a quiet car anyhow. But with these tires it’s fantastic. I drive a lot on country backroads and their quality is so-so to okay. I run these tires at 35 PSI cold temp, just love them! No buyer’s remorse, whatsoever!

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here