1. Michelin Primacy 4 Premium2. BFGoodrich Advantage Upper-middle
In this comparison, we will take a detailed look at the BFGoodrich Advantage and Michelin Primacy 4 summer tyres. Both are highly respected products from top tyre manufacturers BFGoodrich and Michelin.
The BFGoodrich Advantage is a summer tyre with an 80% rating on our website.
It is important to mention that there is no newer tyre that has replaced this model. On the other hand, the Michelin Primacy 4 comes with a 90% rating and is a touring summer tyre made in ES, DE, and PL. The Michelin Primacy 4 replaced the Michelin Primacy 3 and has subsequently been replaced by the Michelin Primacy 4+.
Now let's dive into their test results and respective strengths and weaknesses.
In the Autobild tyre test, the BFGoodrich Advantage ranked 18th out of 53, showcasing its strengths in comfort and dry handling. The Michelin Primacy 4 scored better in this same test, securing the 5th position with its best features being dry handling and comfort.
The autozeitung tyre test placed the BFGoodrich Advantage in 9th position out of 10, while the Michelin Primacy 4 outperformed and secured the 4th position.
When it comes to the ADAC tyre test, the BFGoodrich Advantage found itself in 10th place out of 16 total tyres. The Michelin Primacy 4, however, again delivered a better performance by securing the 3rd position, impressing the testers with its dry braking and wet circle cornering capabilities.
In the GTÜ tyre test, both tyres were closer in terms of ranking with the BFGoodrich Advantage in 8th place out of 9, and the Michelin Primacy 4 closely following in 5th place. In the Firmenauto tyre test, the BFGoodrich Advantage ranked 8th out of 11, while the Michelin Primacy 4 took the top spot, with strengths in dry braking, exterior noise, comfort, rolling resistance, wet braking, wet handling, and wet handling-objective.
In summary, the Michelin Primacy 4 tends to outperform the BFGoodrich Advantage in tests, ranking higher in multiple categories, such as dry braking, wet handling, and comfort. The BFGoodrich Advantage, however, does hold its own with reasonable performance in areas such as comfort and dry handling. It is essential to consider your specific driving needs and preferences when selecting the right tyre for your vehicle.