Primewell Tires Review

It is certainly difficult to assess a set of tires just by looking at them. And it is even more harder to find a review you can trust so that is why here at we have asked several key specialists to give us their opinion about Primewell tires. As you will see all these specialists have very different opinions created by their different expectations regarding what a set of tires should do. None the less the Primewell tires review selection we have from them is an excellent starting point to hear from you what you think about these tires. Have you ever tried them? Are you thinking of buying a pair? Let us know and let everyone else know about your opinion.

Primewell Tires Review by Paul Green – Mechanic

Depending on what you expect from a tire you may or may not be very satisfied with the Primewell tires so because asked me to give them my personal objective Primewell tires review I am going to tell you the ups and downs of these tires. The short story is that they are about the cheapest tires you can find but they also work and feel like the cheapest tires you could get. That doesn’t mean they aren’t sturdy or do not pass all the tests that need to be past in order to be sold but they just barely pass them so let me give you a few more details… Click Here To Read More!

Primewell Tires Review by Daniel Parker – Auto Inspector

As an auto inspector I need to make sure that a car is working according to the standards imposed by the law from tires all the way to engine and exhaust. That is why the challenge from to write for them an unbiased Primewell tires review is very welcomed because I know there have been many people, on their site and on other forums saying that Primewell tires do not work adequately and actually going so far as saying that you should not buy these tires. And the fact is I couldn’t disagree more… Click Here To Read More!

Primewell Tires Review by Jason Hernandez – Car Enthusiast

I cannot believe how some big name companies like Firestone and Bridgestone are endorsing such a no name company like Primewell by selling their tires in their dealerships. I am actually very glad that a dedicated site like has asked me to be one of their Primewell tires review writers because I believe that these tires are not safe and should not be sold in any store. I have had the chance to use a set of Primewell PZ900 recently and unless your driving style never takes you above 50 MPH you should regard these tires as a virtual death trap… Click Here To Read More!

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7 Responses to Primewell Tires Review

  1. donald j mahon says:

    I purchased your tires in01/29/ is now 02/15/12. only 3years old and i only put on 21615 miles. although the tread still has good wear left I had to replace all 4 tires because on the inner and outer tread the tires had very large cracks all the way around the tire. They would not pass pa inspection. I have purchased many tires and never had this problem happen, I purchased them at tires plus warminster 403 street rd warminster pa 18974-3210. I will not be using tires plus anymore. I went to pep boys and purchased 4 new tires. Tires plus did not offer any satisfaction on your tires.I will not be recommending your tires to any of my friends Respectfully Donald J Mahon

  2. A. Benandi says:

    I have a set of the primewell ps860 tires on a ford ranger and would have to say I’m pleased with the tires so far. I would buy the tires again.

  3. Female tire researcher says:

    Thanks for your reviews, you’ve saved me from purchasing the Primewell PZ900 tires! I was getting them installed tomorrow at Firestone, but not anymore. Now I just need to find another set to purchase. My alternate choice is Nexen N7000, I’ll see what the reviews are on these. Thanks again.

  4. Aubrey Harley says:

    I bought a pair of primewell tires last year at firestone, thinking that if they sold them they would be adequate. One year later I had to get them replaced due to both tires bulging and making for a bumpy, and potentially dangerous ride. My two other tires of a different brand are a year older and still look and work much better. I will never waste my money on primewell tires again, or even Firestone. Can’t believe Firestone will even sell this brand. I’m lucky I didn’t have a blow out on the interstate, which I travel regularly.

  5. Mike Southard says:

    These tires were on my 1999 Mazda Miata that I purchased a few days ago. The tires have plenty of tread left. Having owned a Miata about 10 years ago, I knew how it should handle. These tires are scary and give me no confidence on dry pavement. I won’t be able to test them in the rain because I’m getting rid of them ASAP. It was a little embarrassing leaving a stoplight, squealing the tires (losing traction) without trying. I took a corner at moderate speed and turned into it at an angle that the car should have been able to negotiate easily and started to slide sideways. The only reason that I feel that the previous owner of this car bought these tires is because of the price. I know that if I drive it anywhere near its designed capabilities, I’ll have an accident with these tires. I do have a trailer that has this size of tire, so that’s where I’ll use them. I couldn’t recommend them for anything else.

  6. As a driver for the city of milwaukee DPW. I have driven on many types of tires so when
    my 03 monte carlo needed tires in november 2012. I did some homework. Not only did primewell have a good rating highway it out classed firestone where I bought them from
    in the snow. And so far I have had no problems with them to date.
    Glenn Podlewski 3/17/2013

  7. Jan says:

    These are the worst tires EVER. Do NOT buy these tires. They squirm and have no real treading. You really get what you pay for and even less than that. DON’T DO IT!!!!!!

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