The Michelin Primacy Alpin PA3 is a performance winter tire for cars.
Driving pleasure and solid control
The Michelin Primacy Alpin PA-3 is developed for a variety of sport coupes, luxury sedans and crossover vehicles. It offers a pleasant ride, good handling, excellent braking and grip, as well as full control of the vehicle in winter conditions. The Primacy Alpin PA-3 also has an appreciable lifetime.
Depending on their speed rating, the Michelin Primacy Alpin PA3 tires have a 55 000 km or 50 000 km limited tread wear warranty, in addition to the standard warranty on labor and raw materials. Michelin also provides a 3-Year flat tire changing assistance.
Improved performance compared to its predecessor
Equipped with 3-D technology that combines StabiliGrip AD bidirectional sipes and variable geometry, in addition to a large number of biting edges to ensure optimal traction on snow and ice, the Michelin Primacy Alpin PA3 delivers acceleration and a superior handling that is 10% superior to its predecessor.
The PA3 PrimacyAlpin allows a greater traction in low temperatures thanks to the revolutionary Helio based sunflower oil rubber compound, which has the effect of improving braking and handling in wet conditions and offers the best performance possible on snowy roads. The braking distance of the Primacy Alpin PA3 is 1.7 meter shorter than that of his predecessor.
Less rolling resistance for better fuel economy
The unique Michelin EnergySaver technology provides, in turn, a significant 7% reduction in rolling resistance for fuel efficiency.
It should be noted that most of the Primacy Alpin PA3 tires meet Michelin's Green X standard for low rolling resistance, which helps to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
Michelin Primacy Alpin PA3 is consistent with Quebec's Bill 42.
|Model||Primacy Alpin PA3|
|Speed Rating||H = 130mph / 210km/h|
|Winter designed Tire||Yes|
|Load Index||95 = 1521lbs / 690kg|
|Lower Load Index||No|
|Mesuring Rim Width||8.5 on 6.5|
|Rim Width Approved||5.5 - 7.5|
|Green Tire Technology||Yes|
|Runflat Tire Technology||No|
|Uniform Tire Quality Grading (UTQG)||No|