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4.25000000 out of 5 16 Review(s) | Submit Review
Michelin® Premier A/S
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Tire Size: 225/60R16
Serv. Desc: 98H
UTQG: 640 A A
Sidewall: BW
Max Load: 1653 lbs
SKU: 67121
Warranty (mi.) 60,000
Availability:

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Diameter: 26.6"   Rim Width: 6.5" ( 6" to 8" )   Tread Width: N/A
Max Inflation: 44 psi   Section Width: 9"   Weight: N/A
Max Load (Dual): N/A   Tread Depth: 8/32"   Ply Rating: N/A
Revs Per Mile: 782/mi.        
FeaturesBenefits
Even when half-worn, it's still safe, thanks to EverGrip wet-braking technology. The MICHELIN® Premier® A/S tire still stops shorter on wet roads than leading competitors’ brand-new tires.Shorter Stopping
With EverGrip™ Technology, extreme amounts of silica in tread compound provides exceptional wet grip for everyday handling, plus expanding rain grooves widen and emerging grooves open as the tire wears to maintain traction. Sunflower Oil keeps the EverGrip™ Compound flexible in lower temperatures along with many tread blocks and sipes that act as biting edges to cut through the snow.Excellent Wet Grip and Lasting Winter Performance
MICHELIN® Comfort Control Technology™ uses computer-optimized design and precision manufacturing to reduce vibrations and road noise.Enjoy a Quiet, Comfortable Ride

3.5 out of 5Submitted by San in California on 3/27/2017
(2015 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4x2)

My mileage decreased from 31 mpg hwy to 22-23mpg hwy with the Michelin defenders so I exchanged them for Michelin Premier AS tires 225/60/17 and mileage decreased to 19-20 mpg from my former 31 mpg. Now I do not know what tire to replace them with because Michelin said they were fuel efficient tires and are not. It is impossible to trust mfg ratings for any tires. I am an excellent professional driver with zero accidents and zero tickets in 55 yrs of driving all sized vehicles and trucks.

Would Buy Again 1/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 3/5  
Wet Traction 4/5   Cornering Stability 5/5  
Dry Traction 4/5   Steering Response 4/5  
Snow Traction N/A        

5 out of 5Submitted by Mike in California on 1/4/2017
(2005 Honda Accord EX)

All I ever buy are Michelin tires. I'm replacing my current set of Premier A/S with a new set now. I got 83,000 miles out of the first set on my 2005 Honda Accord I use for commuting to work. I go through tires about every 2 years because I drive a lot, My Honda currently has 430,000 original miles on the original engine/transmission. The tires are very nice to drive with. The tires are quiet, they handle well and they brake well in wet or dry conditions. I'm very satisfied with this tire and that is why I'm buying another set of 4 tires. I know tires and I can recommend this tire.

Would Buy Again 5/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 5/5  
Wet Traction 5/5   Cornering Stability 5/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 5/5  
Snow Traction N/A        

5 out of 5Submitted by Frankie in California on 7/22/2016
(2011 Hyundai Sonata Limited 2.4L)

We have two Sonatas in the house the 11'Limited, and a 13' Hybrid Limited. Now the ride of the Hybrid is soft and fluffy like flying in an airplane no road feeling underneath at all seamless quite beautiful. I wanted my 11' to preform more like the 13' so I upgraded to the Premier A/S in hopes. I got all that I wanted ...except the airplane like ride. Better gas mileage, low rolling resistance ; EXCELLENT grip ; AWESOME hair pin turns at high rates of speed! PHENOMENAL short stopping from high speeds, however the ride, firm and you feelin every little bump, feels like a low rider! But overall it made my car much more fun to drive!

Would Buy Again 5/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 5/5  
Wet Traction 5/5   Cornering Stability 5/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 5/5  
Snow Traction N/A        

1 out of 5Submitted by mike in Rhode Island on 3/31/2016
(2006 Toyota Solara SLE 4 Cyl.)

tires are no good..wore out in 20000 miles

Would Buy Again 1/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 1/5  
Wet Traction 1/5   Cornering Stability 1/5  
Dry Traction 1/5   Steering Response 1/5  
Snow Traction 1/5        

5 out of 5Submitted by re in New Jersey on 2/18/2016
(2013 Honda Accord LX)

These tires are yucky. I wanted 1/32" more tread depth than this. They are real hard too. So hard, they hurt when I kick them.

Would Buy Again 5/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 5/5  
Wet Traction 5/5   Cornering Stability 5/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 5/5  
Snow Traction 5/5        

4.85 out of 5Submitted by Yashica in Georgia on 2/3/2015
(1999 Toyota Avalon XLS)

Didn't try them in snow yet!

Would Buy Again 5/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 4/5  
Wet Traction 5/5   Cornering Stability 5/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 5/5  
Snow Traction N/A        

4.65 out of 5Submitted by Joy in California on 1/27/2015
(2001 Chrysler Sebring LX Convertible)

I love these model tires.

Would Buy Again 5/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 4/5  
Wet Traction 4/5   Cornering Stability 5/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 5/5  
Snow Traction N/A        

4.55 out of 5Submitted by Ted in Missouri on 1/25/2015
(2012 Chevrolet Sonic LTZ)

I put a set of these on, and they transformed the performance of my little commuter car. Great grip, great stability and unbelievably smooth and quiet. I rotate my tires regularly, and I inflate with Nitrogen. If they hold up as advertised I will never put anything but these on this car.

Would Buy Again 5/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 4/5  
Wet Traction 5/5   Cornering Stability 4/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 5/5  
Snow Traction 4/5        

5 out of 5Submitted by Kristina in Virginia on 1/9/2015
(2013 Hyundai Tucson GL)

I LOVE my new tires. My car handles better, drives more smoothly and my gas mileage has improved. Would most certainly recommend.

Would Buy Again 5/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 5/5  
Wet Traction 5/5   Cornering Stability 5/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 5/5  
Snow Traction 5/5        

4.15 out of 5Submitted by jason in Alberta on 1/4/2015
(2014 Nissan Sentra SR)

Nice tires.

Would Buy Again 5/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 4/5  
Wet Traction 4/5   Cornering Stability 4/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 4/5  
Snow Traction 3/5        

4.85 out of 5Submitted by James in Saskatchewan on 12/16/2014
(2012 Mitsubishi Outlander GT (FWD))

Tires were good.

Would Buy Again 5/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 5/5  
Wet Traction 5/5   Cornering Stability 5/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 5/5  
Snow Traction 4/5        

5 out of 5Submitted by Chad in Georgia on 12/1/2014
(2008 Mazda 6 i Sport)

Great tires. Hold the road well and great in the rain. No more hydroplaning. I travel 100 miles plus per day and these tires have been great so far. Smooth ride.

Would Buy Again 5/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 5/5  
Wet Traction 5/5   Cornering Stability 5/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 5/5  
Snow Traction N/A        

4.85 out of 5Submitted by nick in Georgia on 11/5/2014
(2007 Hyundai Sonata GLS)

Great tire at a great price.

Would Buy Again 5/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 5/5  
Wet Traction 5/5   Cornering Stability 5/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 5/5  
Snow Traction 4/5        

3.55 out of 5Submitted by Bruce in Wisconsin on 10/20/2014
(2010 Hyundai Tucson GLS)

Great tire for the price.

Would Buy Again 4/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 4/5  
Wet Traction 4/5   Cornering Stability 4/5  
Dry Traction 3/5   Steering Response 3/5  
Snow Traction 3/5        

2.7 out of 5Submitted by bianca in Massachusetts on 8/13/2014
(2003 Toyota Camry LE)

N/A

Would Buy Again 3/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 3/5  
Wet Traction 2/5   Cornering Stability 3/5  
Dry Traction 3/5   Steering Response 3/5  
Snow Traction 2/5        

5 out of 5Submitted by Bob in Utah on 4/20/2014
(2015 GMC Trucks Yukon XL SLE (20 Inch Option))

Bought the Michelin LT275/65R20 M/S LRE as recommended by the service manager. I wanted to maintain the factory ride but have the "Big Truck" look all us guys want on our trucks. My service manager said, "Don't go with that huge mud rock tire if you want to have the factory ride. Go with the 20" Michelin on some American Racing wheels and you won't be disappointed." He was right.

Would Buy Again 5/5   Hydroplaning Resistance 5/5  
Wet Traction 5/5   Cornering Stability 5/5  
Dry Traction 5/5   Steering Response 5/5  
Snow Traction 5/5        



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