The first thing I noticed was that this tire was quieter than my MXV4s that I had replaced. When I went on the highway my SUV tracked better and it felt very stable. So much so that I found myself over steering. Especially in construction zones where the lanes narrowed and you had to hold your lane through rough pavement the tires excelled. I have become very confident in the secure feeling these tires give. I have gotten over 60K miles with my previous MXV4s and hope these tires will give me the same.
I purchased this tire for my 2013 Honda Pilot hoping to get a superior tire, wow was I wrong. I'd like to qualify that though. I have had two sets of Primacy MXV4's on this same Pilot and got around 43k miles on each set. I was frustrated because those tires didn't get anywhere close to their mileage warranty. I decided to go with the latest and greatest tire being this Premier LTX. I just had to replace those tires after only 31k miles. I am extremely disappointed with the life of this tire. The tires wore properly and gave a great ride, they just don't last any where close to their rating. I would not recommend this tire for a Pilot.
Purchased these tires over a yer ago and and still provide a smooth ride like the first day I had them installed,
I bought the Premier LTX for my 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee after years of buying the Defender LTX MS/2. The Premier was advertised as having a better grip and improved wet road performance, so I paid the higher price and tried a new tire. After about 25-30,000 miles, I am entirely disappointed. The wet road performance of the Premier was not as confident as the LTX MS/2, and in addition the tires wore out very quickly. To make matters worse the Premier tires were more expensive. I would never buy the Premiers again.
I only have 29000 miles on these tires and they are worn out. Chevy dealer has been rotating tires at every oil change. I can not believe a sixty thousand mile tire wore out that fast. Will not buy anymore Michelin tires.
These are great tires, I've had two sets and I'm on my third. They are incredible in rain and I've never been stuck in snow. The problem is wear. I've never been able to get more than 40,000 on a set, even though they are listed as 60,000 mile tires. It's not clear how Michelin rates these.
These tires came factory installed on my 2018 Chevy Equinox. Although they are a quiet tire and provide a comfortable ride, at 12,600 miles they are very worn out and will have to be replaced soon.