Welcome to your history toolbox
We've saved important information from your previous searches to make your life easier.
Some other alternatives that also fit your vehicle
EXCEPTIONAL LONGEVITY. EXCLUSIVE VALUE. Enjoy confident driving for seasons to come with Michelin's latest technology designed to maximize wear life, fuel efficiency and safety--all packed into a tire available exclusively for members.View tire details
8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (M-F)
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Sat.)
Consumer Care Department
P.O. Box 19001
Greenville, S.C. 29602-9001
Your local dealer would be happy to help you find the best tire for your needs and give you advice. You can find your local dealer here.
Safe refers to wet braking, wet handling and hydroplaning resistance when tires are new and worn to 5/32". All tires eventually wear out and should be replaced. Half-worn Premier® tires are safe because of EverGrip™ Technology which combines an evolving tread with a high traction compound for enhanced wet-braking capabilities. Based on internal wet braking tests from 50 MPH versus Goodyear® Assurance® CS TripleTred™ All-Season tire and Continental CrossContact™ LX20 tire in size 255/55R18 109H; using the MICHELIN® Premier® LTX® tire in size 255/55R18 109H buffed to 5/32" of tread. Actual on-road results may vary.
Based on internal wet braking test results at 50 mph and at 60 mph in tire size 225/55R17 97H versus Goodyear® Assurance® TripleTred™ All-Season and Continental® TrueContact™ in 225/55R17 97H and Pirelli® P4™ Four Seasons+ in 225/55R17 97T on a 2016 Chevrolet Malibu; and in tire size 205/55R16 91H versus Bridgestone Turanza Serenity Plus in 205/55R16 91H tire size on a 2015 Honda Civic. Actual on-road results may vary.
Based on internal wet braking test results versus Goodyear® Assurance® ComforTred® Touring tire size 185/65R15.
The sizes and/or speed ratings listed may vary slightly from the specified OE size shown on the vehicle placard. Your local Tire Dealer, as a trained professional, will provide the required assistance to install the tire listed by:
1. Notifying the owner if the replacement tires are different in speed rating than the OE tires and the maximum speed capability of the vehicle is limited to the lower speed rated tires.
2. Determine if any inflation pressure adjustments are necessary with the alternate listed size.