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Primacy MXV4 tires are Michelin’s Grand Touring All-Season tires developed to meet the needs of coupes and sedans, as well as family minivans and crossover utility vehicles. Michelin Primacy MXV4 tires are designed to offer a quiet, comfortable ride, long tread life, responsive handling and all-season traction, including in light snow.
Primacy MXV4 tires feature an all-season tread compound molded into a symmetric design that combines notched shoulders, independent intermediate tread blocks and continuous center ribs. Michelin’s Active Sipes alternately lock together and open as needed to provide increased biting edges that grip the road to provide all-season handling, especially in rain and snow.
Michelin’s Advanced MaxTouch Construction results in a tuned footprint shape that allows for long-lasting, even treadwear while their Comfort Control Technology uses computer-optimized design and precision manufacturing to reduce vibrations and road noise to deliver a comfortable ride. The tire’s internal structure includes twin steel belts reinforced with Michelin’s BAZ Technology (spirally wrapped polyamide, Banded At Zero degrees) to reinforce the Primacy MXV4’s twin steel belts and provide high-speed durability while enhancing ride comfort.
|Max. Inflation Pressure||Tread Depth||Tire Weight||Rim Width Range||Meas. Rim Width||Sect. Width||Tread Width||Overall Diam.||Revs. Per Mile|
|620 A A||1,279 lbs||51 psi||9.5/32″||20 lbs||5.5-7.5″||6.5″||8.4″||7.4″||24.9″||836|
|500 A A||1,477 lbs||44 psi||9.5/32″||23 lbs||6-7.5″||7″||8.9″||7.6″||26.3″||791|
|500 A A||1,433 lbs||44 psi||9.5/32″||23 lbs||6-7.5″||7″||8.9″||7.2″||26.3″||791|
|500 A A||1,764 lbs||44 psi||9.5/32″||27 lbs||6.5-8.5″||7″||9.5″||7.7″||28.1″||740|
|500 A A||1,929 lbs||44 psi||10/32″||29 lbs||6.5-8.5″||7″||9.5″||7.3″||29.1″||716|
|500 A A||1,874 lbs||44 psi||10/32″||29 lbs||6.5-8.5″||7″||9.5″||7.3″||29.1″||715|
|500 A A||1,709 lbs||44 psi||9.5/32″||28 lbs||6.5-8.5″||7.5″||9.7″||8.1″||28.3″||735||,|
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