Pirelli P Zero

Pirelli P Zero

MPNs:3502222, 3502226, 3660987 and 77 more
Pirelli P Zero
2.9

46 reviews

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Build Quality
3.4
Value for Money
2.7
Noise Level
3.8
Wet Weather Handling
3.4
Durability
2.8
Dry Weather Handling
3.9
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46 reviews
Sidharth
SidharthGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC2 posts
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Sam
Sam3 posts
 

I would never buy another Pirelli product

I've now had three issues with Pirelli tyres. Absolute rubbish product. I paid for their premium range and I've had nothing but issues with them leaking air and bubbling. I'm purchasing 4 new tyres so I can take the Pirellis to the dump where they belong. They don't warrant their product for any faults regarding losing air pressure, even though I've had the issue from brand new. Pirelli tyres will literally leave you stranded on the side of the road. Do yourself a favour and do not waist your money on their poor quality product. Show details
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tigarex t.
tigarex t.
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Disastrous

Disastrous
Chinese low cost tyres are better the pirelli pz4 "premium" tyre. After 10-200km i have a bublle on left/rear tire, send back to warranty and they didnt assume nothing. If someone wants to sue them i have warranty mail response tyre and rym. Show details
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CliveB
CliveBSouth East Queensland, QLD4 posts
 

Worn out after 12,000k's and bubble on front tyre

Terrible in the wet. My wife drives an i30N as her daily, she's not exactly an aggressive driver! Just had the tyres checked as part of an annual service and they advised all need changing and one of the fronts has a side wall bubble! 12,000klms normal driving on these tyres and they are stuffed! Would never buy Pirellis again. Show details
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Chook
Chook
 

Do not buy pirelli p zero tyres

Do not buy pirelli p zero tyres.
The side wall of tyre will bubble and the blame will be placed on you for a pot hole. If you feel the side wall of the tyre its inconsistent with strength.
4614km only on this tyre. 21/40/255
A lot of other users have reported exact same fault.
At $ 660 per tyre very very poor pirelli
I will never purchase pirelli ever again and I highly suggest you don’t either Show details
Lbucci
LbucciSouth East Queensland, QLD3 posts
 

Pirelli - PZERO have been excellent

These tires have been excellent in the wet and dry conditions. They have really excellent grip and pull me up on a dime.
The tire noise is much quieter than the Bridgestone E3000sp from Ford for my type of car (BF XR6). The ride is much softer at a higher tire pressure.

I have had these P Zero’s now for two years and they looks like they have hardly worn. I do low miles as my
Falcon XR6 is used to drive 6km to work and home every day and I use it very rarely on Weekend. I do some 10k a year.

In my Opinion these are very good value for money.
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Les
LesMetropolitan Adelaide, SA6 posts
 

Great tyres for XC60

Great in wet or dry weather. Greaf with braking. Have 21 inch tyres - PZERO 255/40 102V. Had them for 3.5 years so far, travelled 44,300 kms and still have 1mm left to bead indicator. So should get another 1500 kms of use before need replacement.  Show details
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Oldfella
OldfellaNorth Western Region, NSW8 posts
 
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Yue
YueGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC3 posts
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Great performance tyre

This tyre handles well during web conditions but when it's hot and dry, this tyre really shines. It is a lot firmer than an average tyre but it gives the driver more information about the surface the car has just gone through. It's slightly noisier than conventional tyres but the much better handling it provides makes it a great tyre. However I do find my tyres wore out very quickly just around 3 years of mixed driving conditions, 1 rare tyre got punctured around 2 years time since new, but I guess that's probably normal for a tyre that handles well. Show details
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John
JohnSydney, NSW3 posts
 

Pzero PZ4 worst tyre for SUV

3 separate blowouts over 7 months of the front tyres on my BMW X7.
When you search the internet this is a common problem.
Now driving in fear but not for long as I plan to throw these ridiculous tyres in the rubbish. Show details
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Louis
LouisMetropolitan Adelaide, SA6 posts
 

Love these tyers

They are the best tyres on the road, built for grip and speed. Love my Pirelli tyers more than I can say in 30 words or less.
Go buy them with confidence. Show details
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Stephen
StephenGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC38 posts
 

What a difference !!! R22 35 18

Excellent both wet or dry conditions for my BMW 125i M Sports.In fact it is much quieter than Bridgestone or Continental . No bouncy , great grip , best tyres I had. So far the front tyres were installed 18 months ago (18000KM) and the back tyres 3 (3000 Km) months ago. Plernty of tread left. So far so good for runflat tyres. Show details
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Tony C.
Tony C.Greater Melbourne (Outer), VIC4 posts
 

Worst Tyre for handling - don't buy Dangerous!

I have had the P zero tyres on my 2017 Mustang GT since new and they are the worst tyre. to say I lost traction in both wet and dry is an understatement and by no means am I a hoon or drive my car hard. I got 30000km out of the rear tyres and the front tyres are probably only half worn to give you an indication of how I drive. I have now up graded the rear tyres to Bridgstone Potenzas and they are great! My next issue is that whilst I now have good traction at the rear the front with the P zeros is losing traction/over steering especially in the wet. I will be changing the front tyres soon too! Show details
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Terry Donovan
Terry DonovanNortheast, VIC2 posts
 

Have had them on my E250 CDI Mercedes since new , sick to death of them failing ,not wearing out just splitting

Have had no problem with handling on wet or dry ,but after the 7 th failure 1 at a time l give up and going to Michelin or Continental . Several failures have been interstate or in the country ,and as they not commonly available we have to limp home under 80kmph with space saver spare . Show details
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Shop-till-u-drop
Shop-till-u-dropSydney, NSW6 posts
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Best wet weather tyres

Purchased these tyres for my VW MK6 GTI that is heavily modified and these tyres provided excellent grip , especially in wet weather conditions , they replaced a pair of Pirelli dragon sports , the dragon sports were a good tyre but the PZERO's are in a whole other ball park , I know these PZERO's won't last as long but thats the trade off that I am prepared to pay for grip / safety ! Show details
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Questions & Answers

Becky My-linh N.
Becky My-linh N.

Does it run flat?

stuart w.
stuart w.

I have a 213 modified VW Scirocco and presently have Bridgestone 235/35R19 91Y XL tyres on the vehicle. The tyres are simply too loud.
What would you recommend as a replacement?
Currently on AVANT Garde M550 Rims but would like to have them fitted to the standard rims.
Regards,
Stuart

Fired Up
Fired Up  

Sorry no idea. Why not ask a tyre shop like I do

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