When it comes to buying new tires, there are many tire brands to choose from. If you've already done some new tire research, you've probably seen Michelin top many lists. The next step is to get more information and decide where to shop.
Look no further. Your local Sam's Club has Michelin tires in stock and ready for order at great prices, including some you can't get anywhere else. Our selection includes favorites for just about any situation. Whether you're most focused on not hydroplaning, a comfortable ride for your next road trip with friends, or high performance for that new car, there's a Michelin tire for you.
Michelin Defender T+H: If you want all-season tires that will last longer than the competition, consider the Defender T+H. These are designed to minimize road noise and manage contact evenly across the entire tread design to extend their durability and useful life.
Michelin X Tour - LTX and A/S: These all-season tires are smooth and quiet with a longer-lasting tread. They're also great on wet roads and are designed to improve your fuel efficiency.
Michelin X-Ice xi3: Designed for safer winter driving, these tires help you stop faster on ice and give you a smoother ride and overall better traction in cold-weather conditions. For crossover, light truck, and SUV tires, opt for the Michelin Latitude X-Ice xi2.
Michelin Agilis CrossClimate: This is the best Michelin tire for light commercial trucks that need to adapt to tight city driving and fast highways with a heavy load. Sidewall protectors improve resistance to curb scratches while the rest of the design tolerates extreme torque, keeps the tire cool at high speeds, and ensures shorter stopping distances on wet roads and better snow traction.
Michelin Premier: The distinction of the Premier line of Michelin tires is the EverGrip Technology that keeps your traction strong through the life of the tire, even when it's well worn to the point where other tires might start to slip.
What sizes of Michelin tires does Sam's Club sell?
Our Michelin tires come in a wide range of tire sizes, so you can find what you're looking for. If you're not quite sure which tire size you need, try our Tire Finder. More specific details about how to read a tire's sidewall are available on Michelin's FAQ page under "Technical Info and Definitions." You can find the tire size listed in each product description on our website. You can also search for tires by size, so that you don't have to look through a bunch of tires that won't fit your vehicle.
Tire Widths: 175–325, the first number printed on the side of the tire
Tire Diameters: 14–22, the third number printed on the side of the tire (right after the "R" on a radial tire)
How much do Michelin tires cost?
We always try to bring you the lowest prices possible, no matter what product you're looking for. Our selection of Michelin tires ranges from about $100 per tire to about $890 for the Michelin Pilot Sport tires. Most of our tires fall between $150 and $500 per tire.
Use our search tool to find all the tires in your category. If you need to narrow your results, our "refine" feature allows you to search for tires by price, so you can be sure to find every model in your budget. If you're looking for an even better deal, look for current sales shown in a green diamond on the product photo.
Does Sam's Club offer discounts on Michelin tires for members?
In addition to our other low prices, we work to bring you members-only prices on everything from clothes to tires. When we are able to secure a price that's below the manufacturer's minimum advertised price, you'll see a "members-only" price label right below the product name and rating.
In order to see the members-only price, add the product to your cart and then the price will show up in your cart. If you decide that a particular tire is not for you, simply remove it from your cart.
Top-Rated Michelin Tires for Sale
The top-rated Michelin tires include something for everyone and every situation. Maybe you're looking for a tire to help you drive your van more safely on cold, wet roads, or you just want the drive to your weekend away to be quieter. Either way, we have Michelin tires that will fit the bill. Here are some of the top picks based on product reviews:
Michelin Latitude Tour: Noted for its longer life, the Latitude Tour tire also gives you a quiet ride and better handling on wet roads.
Michelin Defender LTX M/S: Designed for SUVs, vans, and pickup trucks, these tires have longer life in extreme conditions with shorter stopping on wet roads and better snow traction.
Michelin Primacy MXV4: This top choice of luxury car manufacturers uses a sunflower oil additive to deliver the best stopping ability on wet roads and better traction in cold weather conditions. Michelin's MaxTouch Construction means that the Michelin Primacy MXV4 wears evenly. Its many, many tiny biting edges give this tire all-season capability.
Michelin Tires: Frequently Asked Questions
Who makes Michelin tires?
Michelin manufactures its tires at 69 production facilities in 17 countries. They also own Uniroyal-Goodrich, Sascar, Bookatable, and Camso. Their history dates all the way back to 1889, when brothers Édouard and André Michelin decided to start making tires in France. Now the company has expanded to the rest of the world to provide high quality, value, and performance tires.
How long do Michelin tires last?
The lifespan of any tire depends on the tire design, how the tires are used, the weather where they spend most of their time, and how they are cared for. In general, and in good conditions, with regular care, a Michelin tire can last as long as 10 years. Michelin recommends that you start paying close attention to your tires at five years. They also provide a tool on their website to help you determine when your tires need to be replaced.
Are Michelin tires directional?
It's very important to know if your tires are directional or not. Some Michelin tires are directional and some are not. If you're not sure, check the tire's sidewall. Directional tires will have the required rotation direction and arrows pointing in that direction molded into the sidewall.
Do Michelin tires come with a warranty?
New Michelin tires come with a manufacturer's mileage warranty and the Michelin Promise Plan, which includes a 60-day money-back guarantee and three years of roadside assistance. The length of the warranty depends on the tire. Each product listing on our website includes information about which warranty the tire comes with.