Founded in 1888 in France, Michelin is the world’s largest tire producer with company offerings fitted as original equipment by premier automotive names such as Mercedes-Benz, Acura, Audi, BMW, Lexus, Volvo, Honda, Chevrolet Corvette, and Dodge Viper. Michelin tires are known for their safety, durability, and performance, and were ranked first in a 2011 J.D. Power customer satisfaction survey of original equipment tires. We offer a wide variety of Michelin tires designed for all types of climates and vehicle needs.
- PREMIER A/S - All Season / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $143.14 (ea)$143.14
- PILOT MXM4 - All Season / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $185.93 (ea)$185.93
- PILOT SPORT - Summer / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $262.73 (ea)$262.73
- PILOT SPORT A/S 3 - All Season / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $110.75 (ea)$110.75
- PILOT SPORT PS3 - Summer / EcoMichelinStarting at: $189.68 (ea)$189.68
- PILOT SPORT PS2 - Summer / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $199.26 (ea)$199.26
- PILOT SUPER SPORT - Summer / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $158.91 (ea)$158.91
- PILOT SPORT A/S PLUS - All Season / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $194.03 (ea)$194.03
- PILOT EXALTO PE2 - Summer / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $177.31 (ea)$177.31
- ENERGY MXV4 PLUS - All Season / EcoMichelinStarting at: $196.68 (ea)$196.68
- ENERGY MXV4 S8 - All Season / EcoMichelinStarting at: $175.96 (ea)$175.96
- PRIMACY MXM4 - All Season / EcoMichelinStarting at: $159.59 (ea)$159.59
- PRIMACY MXV4 - All Season / EcoMichelinStarting at: $131.89 (ea)$131.89
- PILOT PRIMACY - Summer / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $306.43 (ea)$306.43
- PRIMACY 3 - Summer / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $241.82 (ea)$241.82
- PRIMACY HP - Summer / EcoMichelinStarting at: $157.21 (ea)$157.21
- ENERGY SAVER - Summer / EcoMichelinStarting at: $133.33 (ea)$133.33
- ENERGY SAVER A/S - All Season / EcoMichelinStarting at: $129.34 (ea)$129.34
- ENERGY LX4 - All Season / EcoMichelinStarting at: $178.07 (ea)$178.07
- HARMONY - All Season / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $87.16 (ea)$87.16
- SYMMETRY - All Season / EcoMichelinStarting at: $154.53 (ea)$154.53
- PILOT SPORT CUP - Summer / TrackMichelinStarting at: $364.93 (ea)$364.93
- PILOT SPORT CUP 2 - Summer / TrackMichelinStarting at: $432.82 (ea)$432.82
- 4X4 DIAMARIS - Summer / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $249.55 (ea)$249.55
- 4X4 SYNCHRONE - All Season / All TerrainMichelinStarting at: $269.38 (ea)$269.38
- LATITUDE DIAMARIS - Summer / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $241.41 (ea)$241.41
- LATITUDE SPORT - Summer / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $287.72 (ea)$287.72
- LATITUDE SPORT 3 - Summer / All TerrainMichelinStarting at: $284.93 (ea)$284.93
- LATITUDE TOUR - All Season / EcoMichelinStarting at: $154.44 (ea)$154.44
- LATITUDE TOUR HP - All Season / EcoMichelinStarting at: $179.50 (ea)$179.50
- XPS RIB - Summer / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $279.16 (ea)$279.16
- AGILIS - All Season / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $195.36 (ea)$195.36
- DEFENDER - All Season / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $95.35 (ea)$95.35
- CROSS TERRAIN SUV - All Season / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $220.56 (ea)$220.56
- LTX A/S - All Season / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $209.09 (ea)$209.09
- LTX A/T2 - All Season / All TerrainMichelinStarting at: $151.49 (ea)$151.49
- LTX M/S - All Season / PerformanceMichelinStarting at: $166.62 (ea)$166.62
- LTX M/S2 - All Season / EcoMichelinStarting at: $151.52 (ea)$151.52
- LTX WINTER - Winter / EcoMichelinStarting at: $193.73 (ea)$193.73
- LATITUDE X-ICE XI2 - Winter / EcoMichelinStarting at: $157.27 (ea)$157.27
- X-ICE XI3 - Winter / EcoMichelinStarting at: $118.77 (ea)$118.77
Having more than four decades of experience under the belt, Michelin is committed to providing innovative solutions that let customers enjoy the road. The company spares no effort to engineer and manufacture tires that ensure unmatched safety and maximum service life. The Michelin's innovations not only make your driving experience safer, but also help preserve natural resources by reducing fuel consumption and reusing old tires.
In 1907, Michelin became a part of the US tire industry with acquisition of the International Rubber Company in Milltown, New Jersey. By 1930, the company became the fourth largest tire manufacturer in the country. Today, Michelin North America is one of the largest global manufacturers with 18 plants and more than 22,000 employees. They produce the highest quality tires for airplanes, farm equipment, passenger cars, heavy-duty trucks, and motorcycles. Michelin's R&D center has developed some of the most refined tires in the world, such as 80,000-mile passenger tire for the American-made vehicles.
Michelin tires continually undergo the toughest test of all - championship racing. Isn't it the perfect laboratory for testing innovations in extreme situations after all? Competition has long been an essential part of the Michelin's corporate philosophy. Since the first triumph in 1891, Michelin has been committed to engineering and designing tires that perform at the highest level possible, tires that meet and exceed demands of the customers. Each tire is passionately engineered and manufactured. As a result, Michelin delivers superior performance tires for the top racing series around the globe.
Knowing that the right tire can change everything, Michelin creates products that deliver miles of driving pleasure, safety and keep the environment cleaner. The company is convinced that delivering revenue and growing market share should not be accomplished at the expense of nature. Being concerned about every single aspect of the impact its facilities and products have on the environment, Michelin participates as well as leads studies on the effect tires have on the environment, and works to get membership for all its plants in the EPA National Performance Track program. All the efforts taken by Michelin are aimed at transformation of the road mobility, at development of safer, cleaner, and more fuel-efficient solutions.
There is a lot of information on the sidewall of a tire. Typically, you'll find UTQG ratings for treadwear, traction and temperature, the size of the tire, the load rating index number with a speed rating index, the construction type (bias or radial), the D.O.T. compliance code, and construction details. On some tires used as original equipment, you may also find a marking that indicates its OE status.
| Posted by Yolanda | (Upper Marlboro, MD)
These tires are exceptional they grip the road excellently. I've driven at 100mph in the rain in these tires, and the do not spin or slide. I've driven on them in dry weather as well at 120mph and the are as solid as they come. Highly recommended and gives the car a sportier look.
| Posted by Javier E | (Orlando, FL)
This is the first time I have a Michelin tire over a continental product and I will never go back. This product is better than any tire I ever owned. In addition to the quiet, smooth and better performance, the tire looks great. So far this tire has performed in the heat as well as the rain as I expect a quality tire to perform. Next step is to try these tires in the winter and with some snow and this will define my overall conclusion. I'm sure they will perform and provide the quality I expect. Overall this brand and these tires are worth the extra money. If you want quality and performance pay for these tires and skip the cheap imitations.
| Posted by Robert | (Springville, NY)
Can not go wrong with a Michelin. We drive our Audi all the time over all types of roads and weather. This is a great tire for our use.
| Posted by William | (Gahanna, OH)
Tires and wheels were ordered at the same time with the wheel and tire mounted. All that had to be done was installing on the car.
| Posted by Brian | (Schaumburg, IL)
The tires look really good. Haven't had a chance to drive around yet in the Vette cause of the weather, but I am sure they will be fine.
| Posted by Dean | (Midland, OH)
I have a set of Mich. Cross Terrains on our 2007 RT4WD CRV. They were put on it just before we purchased it with 91000km on it. They had 9/32" tread then and 13000km. later they have 7/32" left. They have stayed in balance, they are quiet and fairly sticky on ice, but not as good as ice tires. They are the recommended size for the CRV. It gets around 10L/100km. I would use/buy them again.
| Posted by Gerard | (Wadsworth, OH)
The Primarcy's MXM4 are excellent. I'm on my 2nd year with a set (maybe 20K miles so far). I've used them for autocross and regular driving, which is a combo of Interstate and secondary roads. They donor very well, have a nice stopping response, and aren't noisy. I think I made a great choice.
| Posted by Harry | (Acme, AB)
I've got the XPS Rib on the front and the XPS Traction on the rear of my truck. They are very quiet for a traction tire. The truck rides good and handles good. So far I have about 45,000 miles on them and look good for another 45,000. I don't go in mud, mainly pastures pulling a trailer so I didn't need the traction tires up front.
| Posted by Mohan | (Sarasota, FL)
Have Xice2 on my wife's Accord. Amazing on snow, ice, and unplowed roads. Others can claim to be almost as good, none is better. Highly recommended if you drive outside Tarana on a regular basis, especially for winter road trips. But they are squishy on dry roads. Never noticed the noise... with the radio on.
| Posted by Brian | (Chicago, IL)
I've had the Pilot Sport A/S 3 for three weeks now. They replaced Hankook Ventus V12's and I find them to be an improvement in most areas. The grip is very good in the dry and impressive in the wet. They are pretty quiet too. The sidewalls are quite a bit firmer than the Hankooks, which helps in the handling department but bumps can be felt a bit more. I am very pleased with them.