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Primacy 4
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43 sizes available
MICHELIN PRIMACY 4

MICHELIN PRIMACY 4

  • Car

  • summer

    summer

  • Suitable for EV

    Suitable for EV

Safety made to last.

The MICHELIN Primacy 4 tyre is designed for safety made to last[1] while being the #1 tyre for longevity[4] in its category.

  • MICHELIN'S latest generation, high safety tyre
  • Safety made to last with consistent and excellent wet braking performance[1][2][3]
  • #1 for longevity compared to competitors[4]
  • Greater fuel efficiency[5] and 20% more mileage[6] than previous generation
  • MICHELIN's premium tyre for everyday performance: commuting or long family journeys

Excellent wet braking performance to keep you in control[1][2][3].

MICHELIN EverGrip Technologies feature the latest generation high performance rubber compound providing excellent wet braking performance[2]. A safety orientated, optimized sculptured tread gives 22% more space to evacuate water in wet conditions, even when worn[7]. Drive with confidence throughout the life of the tyre, safe[1][2][3] in the knowledge that you and your passengers are protected.

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#1 for longevity[4].

MICHELIN Primacy 4 has the best longevity compared to its competitors[4] thanks to an optimized Contact Patch which distributes tyre pressure and heat more evenly to prevent and limit tyre wear. A highly abrasion resistant compound ensures even tyre wear for high mileage. MICHELIN’s innovative treadwear indicator is a great help to determine if your tyre is still usable on the road. MICHELIN Primacy 4 delivers 20% more mileage than the MICHELIN Primacy 3 tyre[6].

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March 23, 2024
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Review for the former Primacy 3 ST (Melbourne Australia). Current mileage is at 65,000 km, tyre age at 7 years, 6 months. Grip in the dry is quite good, grip in the wet has just started to deteriorate, have around 3mm of tread left. Very happy with the comfort in the drive, handling and the low noise (silent drive). The age of these tyres appears to be the factor on the longevity. Looking at replacing them with the Primacy 4 within the next 6 months, as the Primacy 4 have a noticeable better rating in longevity than Primacy 3.

Looking forward to buying Primacy 4

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December 16, 2023
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December 3, 2023
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60k miles done on a set of 4 and only upgrading due to worn edges at front (misalignment). At this point rears still got over 2mm, but grip isn't good. Looking to upgrade to Primacy 4 .

Tires that last.

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October 2, 2023
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Just replaced my second set of primacy 4 at 29000 miles old set worn down to 3mm still with good grip and economy

97000 mile user

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November 15, 2023
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I had worn out the Primacy 3ST prior to having the Michelin Primacy 4 on my 2006 Honda Accord Euro. Before that, it was Bridgestone Re040 and Potenza S01. Whilst these are all top-tier tyres, an immediate perception of both Michelins (3ST and 4) is the smoothness of the ride and quietness on the road. Braking is sure-footed in the dry and wet. I am no performance nut but the Primary 4 handles extremely well in everyday driving. The Michelins are slightly more expensive but for my tyre size, the difference was really quite minimal and more than offset by the confidence and ownership satisfaction. The 3ST lasted well beyond 6 years (~75,000km) and I am hoping the 4 will perform similarly as it is the newer iteration of that family of the tyre. Good job, Michelin, I am a convert.

Really good tyres: Mileage, Performance, Comfort, Fuel Economy

43 sizes available for MICHELIN Primacy 4

Fits your vehicle

MICHELIN Primacy 4 185/60R15 84H

Width

185

Aspect Ratio

60

Rim Size

15

Load Index

84

Speed Index

H