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  • Grand Touring Summer Ratings Charts

  • vs. Best In Category * Price * Would You Recommend * Wet [+] * Dry [+] * Winter / Snow [+] * Comfort [+] * Treadwear * Miles Reported * * Bridgestone Turanza ER33 * 68% * Select Size Price Varies By Size Select your size to see pricing * 2.6 * 6.2 * 6.9 * N/A * 6.7 * 4.2 * 955K * * Michelin Primacy

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  • Review of: Michelin Energy MXV4

  • The only positive about these tires is that they wear like iron. If it snows where you live, and and you don%27t run 2 sets of tires, DON%27T BUY THESE. They are absolutely horrible in snow/ice/slush.

  • Grand Touring Summer Ratings Charts

  • vs. Best In Category * Price * Would You Recommend * Wet [+] * Dry [+] * Winter / Snow [+] * Comfort [+] * Treadwear * Miles Reported * * Bridgestone Turanza ER33 * 68% * Select Size Price Varies By Size Select your size to see pricing * 2.6 * 6.2 * 6.9 * N/A * 6.7 * 4.2 * 955K * * Michelin Primacy

  • Review of: Michelin Energy LX4

  • My CT200h came with a set of these tires installed and they must be the poorest performing tire Michelin has ever made. At 28K miles there was still usable tread on the tires but the wet and dry traction was so bad that I had to replace them for safety reasons. The tires were scary on wet…

  • Review of: Michelin Energy LX4

  • My CT200h came with a set of these tires installed and they must be the poorest performing tire Michelin has ever made. At 28K miles there was still usable tread on the tires but the wet and dry traction was so bad that I had to replace them for safety reasons. The tires were scary on wet…

  • Review of: Michelin Energy LX4

  • My CT200h came with a set of these tires installed and they must be the poorest performing tire Michelin has ever made. At 28K miles there was still usable tread on the tires but the wet and dry traction was so bad that I had to replace them for safety reasons. The tires were scary on wet…

  • Michelin Energy LX4 245/60-17 RF Tire

  • The Energy LX4 is Michelin's Passenger All-Season tire developed for the drivers of full-size sedans, minivans and crossover utility vehicles looking to combine fuel efficiency, ride comfort and all-season traction. Michelin Energy LX4 tires are designed to provide long wear and traction in a wide…

  • Per Tire: 
    $250.09
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