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Pirelli Cinturato P7

Pirelli Cinturato P7

4.5 from 46 reviews · View Statistics



46 reviews
  • Build Quality
    1.0 (1)
  • Value for Money
    1.0 (1)
  • Noise Level
    3.0 (1)
  • Wet Weather Handling
    4.0 (1)
  • Durability
    2.0 (1)
  • Dry Weather Handling
    3.0 (1)

Out of Round Tyre - Manufacturing Defect


Purchased 4 tyres for my Audi TT Quattro - After 13000 km one rear tyre was causing vibrations - had the tyre rebalanced at the retailer but was too far out of round due to manufacturing fault. Reported to Pirelli but they made it clear that after 13000 km I was on my own. Pirelli don't stand by their product - 13000km from a tyre on an Audi TT is pathetic. Going back to Michelin - shouldn't have changed. This sort of problem doesn't occur very often - but if your unlucky and have bought Pirelli's then your on your own.

Purchased in November 2017 for A$275.00.

Build Quality
Value for Money
Noise Level
Incentivised ReviewNo
Tyre Mileage13,000 km
Car ModelAudi TT 8J
Wet Weather Handling
Dry Weather Handling
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Terrible noise from the Run Flat

Car2017 BMW X3 2.0d
Adrienne M

Adrienne MSydney

  • 4 reviews

What a joke!


Recently bought a new car 7 months ago. A small puncture could be repaired effortless. Then I had the rotten luck of driving near a construction site and sizeable piece of glass got wedged in one tyre. Whilst drive flats imply you can drive for 80 kms, I had no confidence undoing so. Finally got it towed on a Saturday only to be able to pick it up on a Tuesday afternoon with a completely new tyre for $500. I hardly think drive flats are worth this. Not happy, not impressed with the next car will not buy drive flats.

Car2017 Mercedes Benz
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Questions & Answers



I am a newbie to this and seek suggestions to run-flat tyres, if you can advice on them.

I have to buy new run-flat tires for my Lexus IS 300 (225/45/17). The tires that came fitted on the car were Bridgestone ER033 (Costco selling at $190) and they crashed out at under 30k kms. My searching around has given me options to look at Michelin PS4 (expensive $260/- in the list), Pirelli P 7 (less expensive). My drive is mostly within city. I am not savvy with these things so asking for. Any suggestions will help me.

2 answers
Andrew W
Andrew W

Hi Asehgal. I am not qualified to answer your question. I bought the Pirellis because of their wet weather handling. They are softer and handle very well on wet roads but the have a shorter life-span compared to other tyres. To me handling is more important than life-span - Tyres are your life as they connect the car to the road surface.


Thanks Andrew. I agree with the safety issue. Roughly how much mileage you got and were they noisy after 50% wear/tear as some reviews claim to be?

Will C.

Will C.asked

Where are the pirelli cinturato p7 tyres in
Which country?

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Colin W
Colin W




What tire pressure for 235x45x18 p7 please?

3 answers

The pressure is specific to a vehicle. So if you look on the driver door (where the door shuts) there should be a chart that tells you what pressure on which tyre


Not what im hearing from 3 diff tire companies but thanks any way from 36 to38


generally higher PSI means better wear and handling, also fuel consumption, but too high can result in a blowout.

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CategoryPassenger Tyres
Release dateDec 2012

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