Michelin Primacy HP

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Michelin Primacy HP

The Michelin PRIMACY HP is designed for high-speed and high-horsepower vehicles, making it the ideal choice for all drivers who enjoy dynamic and comfortable driving regardless of the weather. The asymmetric tread disperses water rapidly, improving grip and ensuring that dynamic manoeuvres can be performed easily. State-of-the-art technologies ensure that the tyre follows an ideal line, regardless of the road and weather conditions, thanks to an increase in the number of bridges, sturdier tread blocks and better distribution of forces.


The flexible tread ensures maximum contact with the road surface, and the rigid design guarantees optimum performance at the point of contact. All of these factors ensure even wear and improved durability, as well as protecting against typical mechanical damage. This tread pattern allows improved grip and helps to reduce braking distances on wet roads. The unique silica-enhanced Elasto Stop compound used to manufacture the tyre provides an added boost to performance on wet roads. It also improves traction and handling, ensuring driving comfort regardless of speed. The tyre is the ideal solution for anyone who enjoys fast, sporty driving, since its unique technology and the designer's attention to detail mean that they can now drive safely.



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Michelin is one of the largest tyre manufacturers in the world. As well as its own brand, it also manages companies such as: Michelin, Kleber, BFGoodrich, Saimtyre, Tigar, Euromaster, Recamic, Riken, Taurus, Kormoran and Warrior. Michelin produces premium-range tyres which are famous for their outstanding performance and high manufacturing quality. The company manufactures tyres not only for passenger cars, but also for lorries, motorbikes, bicycles, 4x4 vehicles, aircraft, industrial vehicles, retro vehicles, racing vehicles and agricultural vehicles.

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Michelin Primacy HP

3.8 Average rating on the performance
  • 4.2/5 Dry surface
  • 4.0/5 Wet surface
82%
82% customers recommend this tyre
203 reviews
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  • Results : 203 of 203 reviews

    235/45 R17

    Verified review

    Originally I bought a spare set of 17" wheels for my old Merc off ebay, they came with these tyres on with a few mm of tread left, so I though I'd rag them stupid before refurbing the wheels. I have a local favourite roundabout, which is actually oval, and I do like to slide around it if there's no-one about to tell me off. I was amazed at how much grief I could give these tyres and how long they lasted despite be driving like I stole it. When they break grip, they do very progressively, oversteer is easily controlled even by a rank amateur like me. So I bought a new full set of 4. I have just replaced the rears after 25K miles, all sorts of driving, including a few thousand on the German autobahns. I regularly do 110mph there, 130mph if my wife is asleep, and did max out at 147mph last summer. These tyres have been rock solid all the time. I reckon the front tyres will do 30K before I change them. In the wet they perform just like in the dry except everything happens earlier. They can pull severely if you hit a big puddle - the tread pattern is quite old fashioned. I've hooned down gravel roads, hit massive suspension bending potholes, kerbed them, spun them up until they smoke, basically been very, very cruel to them and they have not let me down. They are not the most grippy I've ever had, but for long life and their ability so soak up all sorts of evil punishment - overall I think they are the best I've ever had. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Mercedes E-Class Estate W210 320 CDI

    Overall assessment:

    4.9

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Tim

    over 2 years ago
  • 235/45 R18

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Unfortunately I had no influence on the tyre brand when I was buying my new car. Michelin Primacy HP must be treated softly, a bit agressive style of driving causes a lot of skids and it can limit your power because ESP turns on. The worst thing is that when you drive in the corner on the edge of grip, when you see that your car can afford much more (my Ford can afford realy much) the tyres starts to loose grip and the fun overs. To sum up: good braking on soft and wet road, relatively quiet and comfortable - but they take away a lot of driving fun and as it is usual for Michelin they are realy expensive. There are plenty of tyres that are cheaper and better f.e Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Ford S-Max

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Casper

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I dont have any restrictions regarding Michelin Primacy Hps driving properties. they behave good on wet and dry conditions. But when it comes to the comfort (Michelin brags about Primacys comfort) its just a drama. These tyres are not silent at all. I put 4 new pieces (my car is 100% efficient. Information for those who will think that I have any bearing problems). They rumble since the beggining even if driving 20MPH. When the speed rises the noise rises with it.Its realy annoying unless you put the volume up in your radio. I use Dunlop Winter Sport 3D which are directional tyres and they are way much better than Michelins because they are unnoticeable in comparison to Michelin. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Volvo C70 Cabrio

    Overall assessment:

    3.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    caferacer

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I bought Michelin Primacy HP because I had the same in my Mercedes C but in 195/65 size and I was satisfied. Now I have 215/55R16 and it's a crap. It rubbs of so quickly... especialy on the off-side. Drama on wet road. They lose grip very fast. On wet while driving 80mph my ESP turns on. It is dangerous because the computer takes some power. My adventure with Michelins finishes on Primacy HPs. Surely, there will be plenty of users that will have another experience. I drive realy calm so all those failures cannot be cause by my driving style. I have winter Toyos and Im 100% sure that they are better than Michelins. My next tires will be japanese for sure! Regards, Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    2.6

    The grip on dry surface 3/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    zp

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I drive about 25.000 miles per year. Braking on wet surface is the same as on dry. very good grip in corners. There are just 2 tyre brands that didn't diasappoint me - Michelin and Goodyear. Summer on Primacy HP and winter on goodyear UltraGrip Performance. I recommend both of these tyres. Now I made 60k miles in 2 years (25-30k in the winter and 30-35k in the summer). Goodyears will probably handle this winter, but Michelins are ready to be changed - about 6mm of tread left). The only issue is the attriction, but having on mind the braking properties, driving on wet, corners handling I have to say that I didn't have better tires. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Peugeot 5008 Van

    Overall assessment:

    4.8

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    adam

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Silent, soft and comfortable. You may drive a bit more aggressive but its not their purpouse. Michelin Primacy HP are made to be comfortable, and they certainly are. Braking is perfect in every conditions. The only disadvantade is that they wobble while moing off fast (it may be caused byt the torque 320Nm). They dont squeak. The fact is that the silicat usage improved tyre behavior on wet in comparison to Pilot Primacy. To sum up, I cannot complain... but for such price.... My next tyres will be probably Nokians. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Gerrard

    over 2 years ago
  • 225/60 R17

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Before I put Michelin Primacy HP i had winter tyres from michelin as well So I can compare these 2 particular tires from michelin. Michelin Primacy are very stable so driving the car becomes comfortable. Despite the fact that C5's are perfectly silenced I got a feeling that last generation of Primacys were much more quiet but the handling was not so good. The rest will occure after some period of time. Tires dont squeak while moving off and they dont wobble. The comfort a bit worse than in my winter michelins. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    citroen c5 model 2008

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    CitroenFan

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I purchased Michelins Primacy HP because my mechanic told me that they are perfect. HP are silent but not for agressive style of driving. First what came to my eyes was the insufficient traction in quite small corners... that tyre slips which is a disaster. To be more positive about these particular Michelins I have to say that they are good in moving off and for long distance journeys. Braking ok.... the only disadvantage is grip in corners witch is unacceptable. The design is ok but rather in wider treads. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 3/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Arcadius

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I have Michelins Primacy HP since this spring. I have to say that I expected much better grip - especialy that I've read all the reviews. Tyre behaves realy weak on dry surface. In majority of corners you have to be carefull. I even changed my damper but it didn't help. Earlier I used Uniroyals- the same size and price but the diriving comfort was better. In addition, I'm not a huge fan of agressive driving. I drove 10000 miles and I can say that I will ever buy them again. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    3.1

    The grip on dry surface 3/5

    The grip on wet surface 2/5

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    Beetle

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I used Michelin Primacy Hp from August till November 2011. I had Micelin Energy before them in the size of 205/55R16 in my Laguna. My review is very positive because they match my style of driving; calm in the cities and high speeds when it is possible f.e highways. First impression after I put them: I felt like my car was glued to the road :) very silent and soft like "daddys slippers" which has huge influence on driving comfort while driving long distances. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.5

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Pickles

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Unfortunately Michelin Primacy HP is a standard equipment of C4 Grand Picasso (size: 215/55R16). My engine is not powerfull (1.6HDi) but it breaks the grip while moving off on wet road, sometime even on dry road and they force my ESP system to turn on. Average grip in corners which may be cause by soft rubber. After 20.000 miles the tread is invisible. In general very expensive tire in comparison to the quality. I don't recommend. I will never buy them again. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Citroen C4 Grand Picasso

    Overall assessment:

    3.1

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Steex

    over 2 years ago
  • 225/50 R17

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I bought new tires from Michelin because I was sure that they are Premium Brand. After 20000 miles Michelins Primacy HP have to be changed (they rubbed off). I controled the presure and I was realy disappointed. MIchelin brags about Primacy's pro-longed durability but it seems that they started to search for some savings. One more thing- when the highway tarmac became wet my car started to skid dangerously ( i was driving only 90 mph) Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Peugeot 3008 SUV

    Overall assessment:

    3.1

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Yummy

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Widht of my Michelin Primacy Hp was 215 and the braking delay on a familliar corner for me, was way shorter than on Nokians H in 195 width.... I know that place, I know the speeds, I know how much my car can afford... I was a bit shocked when driving the same speed on Michelins (100% working dumpers) I felt out from the corner.... They are 3cms wider than Nokians (weight of both car almost equal)... I won't buy such tires again. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 3/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    EddyCrayon

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/50 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Good tires on dry and wet road. This is the only benefit of MIchelin Primacy HP. Rest only disadvantages: - very high price, - very loud - very quickly rubs off. Tyres fitted in the factory Citroen C5, They clashed after 40.000 miles - I was driving on highways mainly - 80% of the distance I made was on highwas ; 20% of the distance I drove in cities. I don't recommend them because of the high price and the low durability. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    Citroen AX Hatchback

    Overall assessment:

    3.0

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    speedyChester

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Splendid tyres - nothimg more can be said about Michelin Primacy HP. I haven't had such comfortable tyres in my life. You can drive with using one hand. Even if driving 130MPH. Nothing wrong cn be said about the attriction as well. After 1.500 miles the tread is almost unused. They grip very well in corners in different weather conditions. They have never disappointed me. I recommend them to those who dont save on safety. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.8

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    InsertDown

    over 2 years ago
  • 225/45 R17

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I bought Michelin Primacy HP for my new car. I could hit Bridgestone RE050, Conti Sport or Pirelli P7. I was satisfied that I bought Michelins and I didnt change my mind for now. These tyres are very good: silent in every speed. They make you feel confidend in corners on wet and dry surface. The only issue that I have with them is that they loose grip while moving off on wet road. On dry road the issue disappears. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Fiat Bravo II 1.4 T-JET

    Overall assessment:

    4.6

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Alabama&Oklahoma

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    In comparison to Michelin Pilot HX (which were my example how tires should stick to the dry road) or Conti SportContact2 (which were my example how tires should stick to the wet road). Michelin Primacy HP are predictable and they are weather resistant. They seem to have low attriction. Adter one season of dynamic driving the tyre lost only about 1mm of its tread. These tyres seem to live more than just 2 seasons. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    170HP/420NM

    over 2 years ago
  • 225/55 R17

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I bought Michelin Primacy HP for my new car. Maybe their design isnt knocking-out but on 17" alloy they look perfect . What is more they are silent and they give you a confident grip in every sumer conditions. Driving comfort is just perfect. I recommend them if you want to drive fast and feel very comfortable in your car. For those who like agressive driving I would rather recommend harder ones. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Unbox

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    When I was about to pick my new Mondeo I told them to put these new Michelins Primacy HP (I saw them in TV advertisment). They are realy silent, soft and safe. The only thing is that I want to speed a bit in corner they appear to be weaker that my last Exalto2. Maybe next time I will buy harder and faster Pilots. I recommend them for those who search highest comfort. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Ford Mondeo IV Combi 1.8 TDCi

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    rossi

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I drove 5000 miles. Michelin Primacy HP behaves well on country roads and its silent. Water draining for them is not a problem as well. Braking and moving off OK. Im not a rally driver, but I also dont drive like granny. High level handling. Tyres are soft so the traction properties for those who like sport driving is a bit too soft. I recomend them 100% Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Toyota Avensis Kombi

    Overall assessment:

    4.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    TommyLox

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Michelin Primacy Hp are good on wet and dry roads. Im pretty suprised beacuse they grip in tight corners very cool. Big advantage for braking - doesn't matter if its wet or dry. I cannot say anything about the attriction because y wheels were stolen with Priacys on them :( If somebody doesnt care about the price - this tyre is 100% worth recommendation. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.4

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Tango

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Very average tyre. On dry road: OK but I dont feel confident on wet road. My ABS turns-on very often. Conti P Cont or Bridgestone ER300Ecpoia were definitely better (despite the higher attriction). Michelin Primacy HP are quite durable, I cant see any visible tread damage after 15.000 miles. I wouldn't buy them again. My car: Toyota Avensis 2.2D4D 150HP Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Toyota Avensis Sedan

    Overall assessment:

    2.9

    The grip on dry surface 2/5

    The grip on wet surface 2/5

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    Hook

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    MIchelin Primacy Hp are just splendid - in case you wont be suprised by the snow as I was on march 2008. Last breath of winter and my left halogen had to be changed :). Everything happened on the parking lot with the speed of 3MPH. I dont complain because these are not winter tyres but on some summer tyres I hadn't such problems. I would recommend! Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    ReginaldTwister

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    The worst tyres that I ever drove on! Lack of side-grip on wet surface. Every rapid turn causes that ESP turns on. On dry hardly regular. Plain Debicas are way better. Right now (mid April I drive on my winter tyres because its safer) Dunlops SP01 are cheaper than Michelins Primacy and they are waaaaay better - i dont recommend. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Toyota Avensis Hatchback

    Overall assessment:

    1.0

    The grip on dry surface 1/5

    The grip on wet surface 1/5

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    CristopherWalken

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Perfect tires in the traffic jams and while speeding fast :) Silent and safe. I advise drivers that look for speed records to buy Michelin Exalto. I drove my leasing period on 1 set in the city (moving off, braking and again moving off) it gives the real proof of durability. I drove as dynamic as my 1.8TDCi (125HP) car let me. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Mondeo 1.8TDCi

    Overall assessment:

    4.0

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Bill

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Michelins Primacy HP worked well with my Van. No rolling sound! Phenomenal traction. I cannot say anything about the adhesion deficiency in corners, because my car is not used to extreme situations. After 10.000 miles I still don't know how works my ABS ;) I don't drive like a dummy. For me these tyres are splendid. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Citroen C4 Grand Picasso 2.0 HDI

    Overall assessment:

    4.8

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Marc-o-callaghan

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I recommend Michelin HP to everyone. I had 215/55R16 W XL and they were ironlike. Very silent on wet and dry road. I made over 60.000 miles. For me Michelin Primacy HP are an example of how durable tires should be. I recommend these tyres for cars that have hight torque. the only disadvantage is their price. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    VW Passat 2.0 TDI (B6)

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Wolf

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Brilliant for now. Perfectly match the character of Passat 2.0 TDI (2011). Suspension works great. I cannot hear any noise. The ABS and ESP turn on realy rare so it means that Michelin Primacy HP works well with my passat. I dont know why to buy cheaper tyres for car that is worth 25k GBP. Great tyres. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.1

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Joseph

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I have Michelin Primacy HP. My mechanic recommended them. Everything is ok except one issue: from 90MMPH noise level raises diametrically. I have Mondeo TDCI and my engine is already noisy, but these tyres are much more noisy. I will probably sell them and buy something silent. I won't buy them again. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    3.4

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Manchester

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/60 R16

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    Quite ot a huge milage and not a lot extreme situations but for now I cannot complain. Silent, Good grip on wet and on dry. No visible signs of use. I had Fulda Carat and Klebers in my last car. Fuldas are lower class. Klebers are simmilar but softer and with high speeds they griped worse in corners. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    conrad

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    Imo good tires but a bit too expensive. Silent, comfortable but they are "swimming". After 40000 miles I threw them away. The tread is ok but the structure of the rubber is perforated too much and they wobble. I'm sure that it is cause by Michelins - wobbling disapeared when I put my winter tires. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Toyota Avensis Hatchback

    Overall assessment:

    1.9

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Greg

    over 2 years ago
  • 225/55 R17

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    After driving 20.000 miles my front tires are ready to be changed (I have to say that I dont drive in an agressive way). The noise level rised right after 6.000 miles. In general if the noise could be a bit lower I wouldnt hesitate to buy them again... Grip on wet and on dry didnt knock me out. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    3.1

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Romeo

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    Soft, comfortable and long-lasting. Just like my Michelins that i had before. I dont have much experience in tyres and I usual stick to tried and tested. I had Goodyear Exellence and they were ok too but a bit harder and problematic in puddles. Michelin Primacy HP are perfect. Recommend. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Zack

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    Tires behave very well and in general I'm quite satisfied with them. they only thing that I dont like is the high noise level (in speed over 70mph there is a awfull hum) but it doesn't affect me that much. Tire is realy good in corners and braking. ichelin Primacy HP is great in rain. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Ford Mondeo

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Robert

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    My right tire is feathering and its loud because of that. I tought that my bearing causes that noise. I think I will make and official complaint. Hight attriction, too soft - they swi. I use Bridgestones during winter and I think I will stick to that brand. I dont recommend Primacy's. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    maxio

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Tyres sticks to the road very well... In addition they are avaliable for a good price so I have to admit that I made a good choice. I hope they will last for 2 seasons (I used to make 45k miles / year). For now I canot even see that the tread was used (after 14k miles). Excellent! Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.6

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    DjTalent

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    I drove quiet a long distance on these tyres and I can say that: braking, moving off is perfect. While moving off on wet they wobble a bit but its not a disaster. While driving fast on highway the noise isn't noticeable. Maybe the noise is distorted by the airflow. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.6

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Damian

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    Michelin Primacy HP are worth my recommendation. Perfect silence in every summer condition. they have never dissapointed me. i recommend them for mid-class cars. The design means not much to me but they dont look awfull if put on nice alloy. I recommend them ! Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    TyreTrader

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    My MIchelins Primacy HP are 2 years old. I drove about 25000 miles on them. My mechanic said that I should make 5k more what is a nice score for that particular tyre. The only disadvantage is that they squeak in corners what makes them "almost" perfect tyres. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    hrc0

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Verified review

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Michelin Primacy HP are just splendid. I bought them because i read a lot of positive reviews on Oponeo and they were on sale. I had no posibilities to test them in winter conditions because winter its not their purpouse. I wear them in my Vauxhall Zafira B Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    MATEO

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    Primacy HP imo is a bit too soft. It wobbles, not precise at all - swimming in corners. You can have a feeling that you drive on flat... Its dangerous. I put few tyres for for the same car in a shor perios of time so I thinnk that my opinion is valuable Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    2.6

    The grip on dry surface 3/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Poppy

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/60 R16

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    So far I used Barum (summer & winter). There was no point in buying winter tires because summer are perfect. I cannot say the same about Michelin Primacy HP. I cannot move off. Only chains help. Disaster! I never ever had such bad tyres as Primacys. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    2000 - 5000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.4

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Andrew

    over 2 years ago
  • 225/50 R17

    Verified review

    I switched back to the Michelins after a few years on Pirellis and they're a better compromise: much better tyre life with a bit less noise and better ride. I was replacing my front tyres every year previously but these are fine after 18 months. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    10000 - 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    Alfa Romeo 159 Sedan I 2.4 JTD (147kW)

    Overall assessment:

    3.6

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Mike

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I used them suprisingly quick. They rubb off very fast. After one season I got a feeling that Im driving on 5 seasonal tires. I consider an official complaint. Michelins Primacy HP are good for driving but the attriction is a total disaster. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I do not recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    Vauxhall vectra C kombi

    Overall assessment:

    2.6

    The grip on dry surface 3/5

    The grip on wet surface 3/5

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    Pugh

    over 2 years ago
  • 275/35 R19

    Verified review

    I have had very good wear with these tyres compared to the Goodyear tyres that I have tried on this car. The Michelins lasted 1.5 times longer than the Goodyears did in mileage terms, 30000 miles compared to 20000 miles... Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    BMW 5 Series Sedan F10 520d (147kW)

    Overall assessment:

    4.9

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Robert Smith

    over 2 years ago
  • 205/55 R16

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Reviews- here everybody can say what they want. For me splendid tyres. Lately 195 GY NTC5 - great tyre. Next 195 Excellance- never more that crap. Now Michelin Primacy HP- silent, grip in size 205 just great. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    below 2000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    Froggy

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/55 R16

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    Opinion from outside the UK

    Awesome tires on wet and dry road. Perfect grip. Silent. Comfortable. After driving 30000 miles the tread looks not used to much. I should make about 50.000 miles. I sincererly recommend them. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    JUNIOR

    over 2 years ago
  • 215/50 R17

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    Michelin Primacy HP is not a queen of beauty but the grip on wet and dry conditions is just marvelous! Very silent! I cannot judge the attriction after 3.000 miles. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    5000 - 10000 miles
    Driving style:
    fast and dynamic
    Vehicle:
    no data was found.

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    deadman

    over 2 years ago
  • 235/50 R18

    Review not verified

    Opinion from outside the UK

    I wanted to buy silent and comfortable tyre and I wasn;t disappointed with Michelin Primac HP. Car is handling very predictable and it comes nice out from corners. Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    moderate
    Vehicle:
    Mercedes

    Overall assessment:

    4.2

    The grip on dry surface 4/5

    The grip on wet surface 4/5

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    TeddY

    over 2 years ago
  • 225/50 R17

    Review not verified

    Fitted to an Octavia Scout, done 33,000 and looking at replacing, 6K more than the Dunlops that came with the car, quieter and gives confidence in all conditions Read more Collapse

    Summary: I recommend this tyre

    distance travelled:
    more than 15000 miles
    Driving style:
    calm
    Vehicle:
    Skoda Octavia

    Overall assessment:

    4.7

    The grip on dry surface 5/5

    The grip on wet surface 5/5

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    Steve

    over 2 years ago
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Michelin Primacy HP Tyre warranty

  • The warranty covers the use of the tires for 5 years from the date of purchase or until they are completely worn out,
  • Warranty covers defects in materials and manufacturing,
  • If at the time of the accepted complaint the degree of tire wear does not exceed 20%, the tire will be replaced with a new one,
  • In the case of an accepted complaint of a tire with greater wear, the amount of compensation is based on the degree of wear of the advertised tire.