Michelin Primacy

Flasheart

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Just got rid of the Pirelli P6000's - even though they were still very healthy in terms of tread depth. Not done many miles on the Michelins - but they are quieter grippier and dare i say it the car rides or feels as though its riding better.
 

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Flasheart said:
Not done many miles on the Michelins - but they are quieter grippier and dare i say it the car rides or feels as though its riding better.
Exactly my experience too - Michelin Primacy's are noted for being comfortable riding tyres.
I swapped from Bridgestone Turanza's - they were so stiff, it was like driving with iron rings instead of rubber tyres.
 

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