December 22, 2020
Today’s post offers a beginner-friendly introduction to two of the most popular Pirelli all-season tire options: the Pirelli Cinturato P7 All-Season Plus, and the P-Zero All-Season Plus.
Read on for a feature overview, or contact your local TIRECRAFT to speak directly with a tire technician.
Beginner’s Guide To Pirelli Cinturato P7 All-Season Plus Tires
Whether you’re shopping for tires for your car, sport-tuned sedan, small SUV, or minivan, the Pirelli Cinturato P7 All-season tire is a fantastic choice.
Boasting all the same qualities as their predecessors, while also benefiting from all the latest tire technologies, these all-season touring tires offer superior performance and driver comfort in a wide range of weather conditions. Indeed, the Pirelli Cinturato P7 aims to be a true four-season tire, with superior traction in wet and dry conditions made possible by:
- Rubber blocks molded with longitudinal and lateral sipes
- Asymmetrical tread design
- Four full circumferential grooves to evacuate water and keep your tread in contact with the road
- Special tread compound with low oil and high-silica content to reduce braking distance and rolling resistance
This tire is ideal for those looking to save money at the pump, offering exceptional fuel mileage due to the optimized tread profile and innovative new tread compound.
Pirelli Cinturato P7’s are also developed to be environmentally friendly. Pirelli’s EcoImpact icon indicates that these tires are produced using eco-focused manufacturing methods, and use eco-friendly rubber compounds with low rolling resistance to decrease carbon dioxide emissions and fuel consumption levels.
- Comfort — 9/10
- Mileage — 10/10
- Braking — 8/10
- Sport — 6/10
- Dry — 8/10
- Wet — 8/10
- Handling — 7/10
Beginner’s Guide To Pirelli P Zero All-Season Plus Tires
The Pirelli P Zero All-Season Plus is markedly different from the Pirelli Cinturato P7, offering ultra-high performance for a limited number of high-end premium sedans, sports cars, and convertibles.
The Pirelli P Zero comes with a W speed rating and rim fitments of 17-20”, making it something of a rarity for all but the most discerning of all-season driving enthusiasts.
In terms of performance, the Pirelli P Zero ranks higher than the Cinturato P7 for both braking and handling, according to Pirelli’s official website, while also providing an equal comfort rating and competitive mileage.
Key features include:
- Winter siping technology and larger grooves between blocks to provide outstanding snow traction
- Variable tension-control nylon belt to provide greater comfort, steering control, and treadwear
- Lateral siping in the outer blocks to maximize cornering performance and dry grip, while simultaneously creating aquaplaning resistance
- Optimized profile and innovative materials to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions
- Circumferential grooves to improve safety and control in aquaplaning situations
All TIRECRAFT locations carry Pirelli P Zero All-Season Plus tires, and any of our experts will be happy to explain how this product compares to your other top tire picks.
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