I bought the Primacy tires with 84,000 miles on my 2006 VW Passat, and just turned over 183,000 last week on the same set. Not one problem, and Michigan roads can be extremely tough on tires! That is why I'm on this site; looking in to buying another set before the snow flies. I would recommend these tires very highly.
These tires did not do well on our 2015 Honda Odyssey. They came as standard equipment on the van and I regret not asking for the other optional tires. We rotated, we aligned, we had nitrogen put in and maintained the right pressure, to no avail. In addition to this, they were terrible in snow. I've been a big fan of Michelin for over 20 years, always willing to pay more than for other brands because I felt they were better tires. This set of tires was very disappointing.
These tire came on my 2017 Camry and at less than 27K miles they are below 4/32" not low enough to warranty them but they perform very bad in the Colorado snow so I had to replace them or risk wrecking the car. I went with another brand hoping to get better treadwear.
Put these on a 2009 Mazda CX-7 and they had less than legal tread depth at 55,000 miles on all four. They definitely didn't wear as well as other Michelins I've had on comparable weight vehicles.
I am/was a loyal Michelin tire person ? but have been disappointed over the past years in their ability to perform up to the warrantied mileage (60k). Bought 4 Primacy MXV4 tires for my Volvo XC90 over 2 years ago and have only put 24,611 miles (41% of the warrantied miles) on them. The front tire treads are approximately 1/32 and the backs approximately 3/32. Don't have a depth gauge but the front tires are almost bald and the wear bars have been exceeded on the backs. Been comparing prices and Michelin are one of the most costly so you would think they would perform much better! Hate to do it as I really like how they hug the road and give my SUV a smooth ride, but it may be time to change to another brand:(
I have 71,000 miles on my Pilot. Have had two sets. They both made 35,000 miles. Non aggressive driver, maintenance kept up on my vehicle. Will not be replacing them with Michelins this time. Car bought brand new and these are the tires they came with.
Came new on 2015 Honda Odyssey. Driven at 35psi (33psi on door jamb label), rotated every 10,000 miles. After picking up screws at 10,600 and 48,800 miles two tires ran with tire plugs installed. Wear bars are appearing evenly on all four tires.