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Michelin Primacy 3 Tyres


  • Premium touring summer tyres designed for modern classic passenger cars.
  • Excellent wet road performance for safe and reliable handling.
  • Features self-locking sipes and patented rubber compound for enhanced grip and traction.
  • Impressive longevity with durable rubber compound and optimized ground contact patch.
  • Maintains exceptional performance even as the tyre wears down.
  • Awarded the best tyre in its category by ADAC in 2015 and 2018, outperforming 15 other tyres for performance and wear resistance.

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Michelin Primacy 3 Classic Tyres


The Michelin Primacy 3 is a premium touring summer tire designed for modern classic passenger cars. Its exceptional performance on wet road surfaces has earned it the prestigious recognition of being awarded the best tire in its category by ADAC in both 2015 and 2018.

The Michelin Primacy 3 exhibits excellent wet-road performance, ensuring safe and reliable handling. Its innovative combination of self-locking sipes and a patented rubber compound enhances grip and traction, making it a premium tyre for superior performance.

Not only does the Michelin Primacy 3 excel in wet conditions, but it also offers impressive longevity. This is achieved through the use of a highly durable rubber compound that resists abrasion, along with an optimized ground contact patch that evenly distributes pressure and heat. These features contribute to extended tire life and allow for greater mileage.

In a comprehensive tyre test conducted by the esteemed German organization ADAC in 2018, the Michelin Primacy 3 outperformed sixteen other summer tires in the 205/55 R16 size category. It secured the top spot with its remarkable wear resistance and excellent performance on dry roads. Even as the tire wears down, it maintains its exceptional performance, providing reliable handling on both dry and wet surfaces.


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