The Michelin Primacy 4 is a specialist in dry conditions, with exceptional braking distance results in comparison to its competitors. It offers high levels of precision and grip, and handles changing curves with ease. However, it falls behind its competitors in wet conditions, particularly in terms of aquaplaning in turns. Despite this, its braking distance on wet surfaces is still satisfactory, and its maximum lateral grip is still good. While it has average noise levels and fuel efficiency, the Michelin Primacy 4 excels in terms of wear, with the least amount of wear compared to other tires in the test. Overall, the Michelin Primacy 4 is a well-rounded tire with great handling capabilities on dry and wet surfaces, making it a highly recommended pick. However, it is also noted for its relatively high price.
Michelin Primacy 4 is made in 240 sizes, starting from 165/65 R15 up to 255/45 R20.
Michelin Primacy 4 was tested 3x (ACE,...)
Michelin Primacy 4 got replaced by Michelin Primacy 4+
|Michelin Primacy 4|
|100% (8x)||85% (9x)|
|Test winner||Highly recommended||Exemplary||Recommended||Good||Satisfactory|
|85% (1x)||85% (4x)||95% (9x)||95% (3x)|
|185/xx Rxx||195/xx Rxx||205/xx Rxx||215/xx Rxx||225/xx Rxx||235/xx Rxx|
|85% (1x)||85% (1x)||85% (2x)||94% (5x)||95% (3x)||94% (5x)|
Michelin Primacy 4 is made in Spain/Germany/Poland.
Yes, this tyre is also made in SUV sizes.