The Michelin Primacy is one of the top selling and best rated Grand Touring tires on the market. The MXM4 is a little more of performance touring tire, with slightly less on the warranty to reflect that. Either version of the Primacy is pricey compared to others in this list, though they are widely considered to be worth the money. It is a quiet, dependable tire that lasts long and performs well in both dry and rainy conditions.
Update: The Primacy slips a little in our ranking due to reviewer complaints about the tire wearing faster than expected. As one of the more expensive GT tires on the market, the tread should be able to make it to 60K miles+.Read all Primacy MXV4 (60k mile warranty) Reviews at TireBuyer
Update: The Premier A/S has dropped in ranking recently, with reviewers reporting that the Premier tread wears out faster than expected. We would choose a higher rated tire, for peace of mind.Read all Premier A/S Reviews at TireBuyer
Michelin's ice and snow tire is also Consumer Reports top winter tire pick for 2016.
9.1 / 10 light snow traction and 8.6 / 10 for deep snow traction rating (Tire Rack).
The Alpin PA4 is a premium performance winter tire that scores at the top of Tire Rack's performance winter tire survey, ranking highest for "Would you recommend", as well as in comfort and treadwear categories.Read reviews for Michelin Alpin PA4 at Tire Rack Check lowest prices for Michelin Alpin PA4 at TireBuyer
The Latitude X-Ice Xi2 is a highly rated Light Truck/SUV winter tire by Michelin. Several reviewers live in mountainous areas, which is a great stamp of approval.Read all Latitude X-Ice Xi2 reviews at TireBuyer
Pictured below is a Michelin Primacy MXV4 tire mounted on a Honda Accord. The beginning of the DOT code on the tire is "HN", which means it was manufactured at the Michelin plant in Nova Scotia (Canada).