Came with a car I bought.
Pretty noisy tires but ok grip in dry and somewhat ok in wet.
Absolutely horrible in winter conditions, constant spins and loss of traction. Look elsewhere if looking for winter tires.
After reading a couple of negative reviews about this tire, I felt I should submit my own review on the Michelin MXM4. I have a 2006 VW Jetta 2.0T Sedan (Same engine and sport suspension as the GLI performance sedan), which has APR Stage 1 ecu-tuning installed since almost new. After a ton of research I chose the MXM4 and I have been completely happy with my choice. Wet and Dry handling is excellent. Ride Comfort is dramatically improved over my previous BFG tires. Road Noise was dramatically reduced as well. So-far the tires are wearing fine, nothing unexpected and I will get a few seasons more out of them.
These tires are no-good in the snow and ice, but that was understood and expected when I purchased. I run winter tires on separate rims so my priority was a great summer tire.
Overall I give the Michelin Primacy MXM4 two big thumbs up. 10/10 in my evaluation. I would buy these again and I recommend them to friends.
Haven't had tires long enough to see treadwear but the handling in snow and on ice is great for the money. MUCH better than other brands I've owned: Kuomo, Cooper, and Continental. Continentals were great too but noise was a loud hum. These Pirelli's feel soft like a summer tire, are responsive, and are nearly as quiet as a summer tire. I drive in snow and ice in the Washago area in Ontario and am confident in these tires.
They were awesome at the begining.... but once they all hit 11,000 miles, they started growing blisters, they became real bad, real soon. I definitely will never buy this make on tires... ever... thay didn't last the minimum expected