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"Green Performance” is the Pirelli philosophy that allows it to create environmentally friendly tyres. The Pirelli P7 Cinturato has been designed to be as environmentally friendly as possible, both during production and when in use. The tyre has a range of features that ensure high performance, driving precision and an enjoyable driving experience. The model is an excellent choice for drivers who favour a sporty style of driving and value high performance specifications alongside safety on the road.
The model has been produced using an innovative hybrid material, which ensures lower tread wear and greater resistance to mechanical damage. This means that drivers can enjoy the full range of performance features of the Pirelli P7 Cinturato for longer and the tyre maintains its specifications at any speed. The tread pattern with its characteristic block layout reduces rolling resistance (resulting in lower fuel consumption) as well as tyre noise.
The reinforced shoulders and blocks in the central part of the tread ensure excellent grip during sudden manoeuvres and when negotiating corners. They are also responsible for excellent steerability and problem-free lane stability. Wide longitudinal grooves meanwhile provide good water dispersal, which is especially important when driving in rain as it protects the car against skidding and minimises the risk of aquaplaning.
The P7 Cinturato is the first Pirelli tyre designed as part of the "Green Performance” project. According to the description of the range, the model limits its negative impact on the environment, whilst maintaining its safety parameters and optimal performance specifications. Pirelli is an Italian company, the fifth largest tyre manufacturer in the world. It is particularly well known for its tyres for sports cars. The company has its headquarters in Milan, the city where it was established in 1872.
Pirelli is an Italian powerhouse in the pneumatic tyre sector. The brand was founded by Giovanni Battista Pirelli in 1872 The company is best known for its association with motor sports. Pirelli tyres have been involved in various competitions practically from the company's very inception. The company's first success was in the Beijing-Paris rally in 1907. Pirelli is currently one of the five largest tyre manufacturers in the world. The group is also associated with Formula 1 and has been the official tyre supplier for all F1 teams since 2011.
We have been collecting information about this tyre for 3450 days. In that time we have received 214 reviews. The total distance driven by our customers is 2193000 miles.
The highest rated parameter is: the grip on a dry surface.
This tyre was reviewed by users driving usually outside the city.
This tyre was reviewed by drivers who assess their driving style as moderate.
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I have them on Fiat Stilo. Best I’ve ever had. Good on wet and dry road. I drove 60k miles, but most of it, 45k miles was made in summer. No deformations, no vibrations on steering wheel. With good Ferodo DSP brakes you can show where middle class tyres are placed. No extra warming, good grip. No wearing on sidewalls. Highly recommend. For me, the only bad the tyre has is that the size 205/55R16 doesn’t have rim protector. Tyres have 4mm of tread pattern and deep pool causes aquaplaning at 60mph. But ESP/ASR turns in and everything goes smoothly then. This is my home car, the other is Subaru. I have lvl3 race driving diploma and I see those tyres absolutely perfect. Moderate driving style, like Colin McRae said: “Straight roads are for fast cars and curves for fast drivers.” Curves are very easy due to driver’s skills, great auto balance and nice suspension.
The tyre in the size 205/55R16 looks cool and is quiet, but I have a feeling that it is quite hard. When it comes to handling, the tyre has very good grip in corners, bends, etc. - applies to wet and dry surface. It is worse when starting, when you want to leave the intersection quickly, but not suddenly, they lose traction. i can't say much about braking because I prefer a calm driving style, and didn't have any situations when I had to emergency brake. I didn't collide with anyone's rear, so I guess it's fine. It's hard for a regular driver to write about rolling resistance, I have no idea how to check it - the tyre just rolls on. When it comes to abrasion, I rate it very well, after driving 60 000 miles I don't see a significant loss of tread. To sum up, the Pirelli p7 Cinturatos are very good tyres worth recommending.
The Pirelli P7 Cinturato has some advantages and some disadvantages. It's certainly not suitable for more powerful and heavier vehicles. The BMW X3 35i is definitely not doing well even with a 4-wheel drive. Braking is terrible. After changing the tyres to winter Dunlops the cars started to brake normally. Grip in corners is normal, I rated shock absorbing as "below average" because these are Run Flats. The tyre is extremely durable. After 16000 miles of dynamic driving it still looks very good and I'm sure it will smoothly do twice as much. It is also relatively quiet. Unfortunately, I have a prejudice to ECO-labeled tyres. I recommend these tyres for less dynamic drivers and for lighter cars with less power, for powerful and heavy cars they are NOT recommended.
Hi tere, I have Continental P7 Cinturato way too short to write any more than previous users, but it is silent and comfortable. I could ride it in rain and on dry without any issues. Previously I had Pirelli P7 which was a very good tyre: resistant to wear and damages. Good steering, no matter it is dry or wet, but a little bit noisier than Pirelli P7 Cinturato but it is not as important at all. I have done 20000 miles on the front tyres and 30000 miles on the rear and in different road conditions in various European countries. I sure hope that Pirelli P7 Cinturato will be still that good or even better. By now I was riding Pirelli P7 and this is why I’ve chosen this brand again. Greetings to all buyers!
I fitted Pirelli P7 Cinturato tyres in the size 205/55R16 to an Audi 80 B4 2.0 115HP. I drive a lot on motorways and I was intent on buying a tyre of a well-known brand, which behaves well on wet, because on dry a majority of new tyres is good. With a clear conscience I can recommend Pirelli P7 Cinturato. So far they haven't lost their grip neither on dry nor on wet. I only see the difference in handling fast bends (motorway exit), as previously i used a low profile tyre and profile 55 is much softer / higher and does not provide such traction in the bend as low-profile tyres. However, I recommend strongly for overall specs. I can add that I was able to buy a set of 2012 tyres for 200 pounds.
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