Michelin Primacy MXV4

by Doreen Leone
(Orlando FL)

I replaced Pilot sport tires because they couldn't be balanced properly and my Maxium was constantly shaking! These Primacy tires were wonderful. Balanced properly and were very quiet.

After about a year and 6,000 miles wear, which was very minimal, I noticed the tires becoming noisy. Now, another year, and at about 12,000 miles, they are the major noise in the cabin! Whenever I have someone in the car with me, they immediately mention the noise. It is almost to a point where it is embarrasing. I have to defend my Maxima and place the blame on the tires almost immediately when driving with someone else. Isn't there anything that can be done with these NOISY tires?

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Jan 16, 2013
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by: R W Smith

Make sure you do not have a bad wheel bearing. I junked my Hydroedges at 60,00 only to discover my 04 Toyota Sienna had a bad left front wheel bearing. Now the new Cooper's are tad nosier than the hydroedges ever were. Go figure. Good luck.

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