How long do Michelin tires last?

I’m looking to buy new tires for my car and I hear that Michelin is a good brand. How long do Michelin tires last?

Chloe Jenkins · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Michelin tires are meant to last between 45,000 and 85,000 miles - that’s roughly 5 to 10 years. However, the lifespan of your tires will depend on the following factors:
  • The road conditions where you drive
  • Your driving habits
  • How well you maintain your tires
Michelin tires are some of the most expensive tires you can buy for your car, but their lifespan has proven that they can really be worth the money. If you’re shopping for these tires you can expect to pay anywhere from $90 to $500 per tire. This is a massive range but the average here is about $200 per tire.
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