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The MICHELIN Primacy 3 ST tyre ensures safety on wet and dry roads, and a quiet drive for comfort on every journey.
• MICHELIN’s road tyre for safety and comfort
• Great braking distances on wet and dry roads
• Remarkable noise reduction for a quiet, comfortable drive
• MICHELIN StabiliGrip Technology for improved handling
MICHELIN Primacy 3 ST features an innovative design delivering shorter braking distances on wet and dry roads. MICHELIN FlexMax Technology improves contact with the road and ensures strong grip, allowing you to drive safely on any journey. Replaced in 2018 by MICHELIN Primacy 4 with safety made to last, ensuring excellent wet braking performance from the first to the last kilometre.
Enjoy relaxed driving without noise disturbance with the MICHELIN Primacy 3 ST quiet tyre. MICHELIN EvenPeak Technology ensures quiet summer driving with this premium tyre. Different sized tread blocks spread the noise power across the frequency range, resulting in a low level of noise for the comfort of you and your passengers.
Designed for safety, the MICHELIN Primacy 3 ST tyre features MICHELIN StabiliGrip Technology for improved control. An interlocking band inside the sipe minimizes tread block deformation to maintain road grip and cut through water film. Great news for an enjoyable drive, whether commuting or family trips.
Standard Limited Warranty
All MICHELIN tyres have a Standard Manufacturer's Limited Warranty, which covers defects in workmanship and materials for the life of the original usable tread, or for 6 years from date of purchase, whichever occurs first.
Unverified review: Review submitted by a User where the consumption experience (purchase or use of the Product) has not been verified by Michelin or its Service Provider.
Replaced my Bridgestone RE-003 with these as I wanted a quiet tyre on my Skoda Octavia which is a quiet car. These were very grippy and silent. Made driving on the highway and city a breeze.
Best tyres I've ever purchased, over 100,000km on the set so far
I'm writing this, having finally pulled these off my car after 5 years, and 65000 km. Most tyres are designed to cover 50000, so to get 65000, I'm actually impressed. Sure, I had plenty of highway in that time, but a bunch of city driving and for the last year, a heap of poor country roads with lots of potholes. I have a Mazda 3, so normal car, and general use in lots of contexts. Even towed trailers a few times, so I wasn't exactly going easy on them. They still had tread, but it was time to retire them. I paid a little more for them at the time than some options, but absolutely no regrets. If you're on the fence, these are definitely a good choice, from someone who put them right through their paces.
Best handling grip dry and wet
I purchased these tyres for my 2016 Lexus NX 300h because I wanted good handling, braking, comfort and importantly reduced road noise. The tyres delivered all of the above for the first 50K, then they started to develop a rumble between 50 - 70K/hr that sounds like the wheel bearings are about to collapse, which has continued for the last 20K. I think I may try Michelin Pilot Sport SUV 225/60 R18, Primacy SUV 225/60 R18 or e.Primacy in the same size next time depending whats available.
Safety and longevity.
(1) - wet and dry braking performance - Tests conducted by Shanghai Motor Vehicle Inspection Center (SMVIC) on Michelin's request, in Oct, 2012 on 225/55 R 16 99W, on Audi A6L comparing MICHELIN Primacy 3ST vs. MICHELIN Primacy LC. MICHELIN Primacy 3 ST tyre is 6.5% better than MICHELIN Primacy LC in dry braking, and 4.7% better than MICHELIN Primacy LC in wet braking.
(2) - noise reduction - Compared to MICHELIN Primacy LC, thanks to EvenPeak Technology.
(3) - MICHELIN Primacy 4 wet braking performance - Tests conducted by CATARC in March 2018 at Michelin's request on size 225/55R17 101W MICHELIN Primacy 4. Primacy 4 ST shows: * 4.5m shorter braking distance compared to average of tested competitors' tyres [New tyre]. * 7.3m shorter braking distance compared to average of tested competitors' tyres [Worn tyre]. Last km being understood as until the minimum legal tread depth (1.6 mm). Please refer to the minimum legal tread depth in your country.