Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus Tire Review & Rating

As the newest member in their ultra-high performance all-season tire lineup or 2014, the Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus is built to deliver precision handling, shorter stopping power and increased dry/wet traction. The new P Zero All Season Plus is aimed squarely at driving enthusiasts of sport coupes and high-performance sedans.

Pirelli starts with an advanced all-season tread compound which contains special silica and polymers to give it added grip on both dry and wet pavement. The tire’s four circumferential grooves and lateral sipes, along with the silica and polymer compound, deliver excellent traction on wet streets and highways. In fact we would go as far to say that it’s among some of the best tires in the UHP class and much improved over the original P Zero All Season.


Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus Tire Review

This compound also allows for shorter braking distances, which is another strong point for this tire. Hydroplane resistance is very impressive, especially when pushed to the limits. You feel very much in control at all times. On snow and slush, Pirelli has added winter siping into the inner tread blocks for increased grip.

An asymmetric tread pattern and variable sized tread elements assist in eliminating annoying road noise, while dual steel belts with a spirally wrapped nylon cap ply give the PZero All Season Plus added comfort. A continuous center rib provides very good steering response and road feel.

Pirelli has over 50 sizes available and the tire comes in various H, V and W-speed ratings. There’s also a 50K mile treadwear guarantee included.

Pros

  • Wet traction and braking
  • Handling performance
  • Steering response

Cons

  • Deep snow and ice handling

Overall Thoughts

The P Zero line of tires from Pirelli are well known for their performance, and this new All Season Plus only adds to it. You can’t help but come away very impressed with the traction/braking on dry and wet pavement. The tire inspires a lot of confidence on wet pavement, both in cornering grip and braking power, and as mentioned above, corrects the biggest issue with the original P Zero All Season.

Ride comfort is what you would expect from a UHP tire. It’s comfortable for the most part and bit harsher when going over more severe bumps and through those dreaded potholes. There’s little in the way of road noise, which is quite nice for times you want to carry on a conversation.

Tread life has initially shown to be very good, and the 50K mile tread warranty backs it up. Other than winter handling in deeper snow and ice, this is a tire with few complaints.

Overall, we give the P Zero AS Plus high marks and rank it as one of the better UHP all-season tires currently available.

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What Vehicles Will The Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus Fit?

(This is not a complete list of ALL vehicles this tire will fit)

  • Audi S4, A8
  • BMW 328i, 330Ci, 750i
  • Chevrolet Camaro, Impala
  • Ford Mustang
  • Hyundai Genesis
  • Infiniti Q50S
  • Jaguar XJ8
  • Mazda MAZDA6
  • Mercedes-Benz E-Class
  • Saab 9-5
  • Toyota Camry
  • Volkswagen GTI, Jetta
  • Volvo C30

Tire Sizes

17″

245/40R17 91W BSW
245/40R17 91Y BSW
245/45R17 95W BSW
245/45R17 95Y BSW
235/45R17 97W BSW
235/50R17 96W BSW
235/55R17 99W BSW
225/45R17 94W BSW
225/45R17 94Y BSW
225/50R17 98W BSW
225/55R17 97W BSW
215/45R17 91W BSW
215/55R17 98W BSW

18″

265/35R18 97W BSW
265/35R18 97Y BSW
255/35R18 94W BSW
255/35R18 94Y BSW
255/40R18 99Y BSW
255/45R18 99Y BSW
245/40R18 97W BSW
245/40R18 97Y BSW
245/45R18 100W BSW
245/45R18 100Y BSW
235/40R18 95W BSW
235/40R18 95Y BSW
235/45R18 98Y BSW
235/50R18 101W BSW
225/40R18 92W BSW
225/40R18 92Y BSW
225/45R18 95W BSW
225/45R18 95Y BSW
225/50R18 95W BSW
225/50R18 95Y BSW
225/60R18 100W BSW
215/45R18 93W BSW

19″

275/40R19 105W BSW
275/40R19 105Y BSW
255/35R19 96W BSW
255/35R19 96Y BSW
245/40R19 98W BSW
245/40R19 98Y BSW
245/45R19 102W BSW
245/45R19 102Y BSW

20″

275/40R20 106W BSW
275/40R20 106Y BSW
245/45R20 103W BSW
245/45R20 103Y BSW

Price Range

Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus prices range from approximately $125 and up. You may also find occasional rebates, discount prices, coupons and special offers on this tire.

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Warranty

The PZero All Season Plus comes with a 50,000 mile treadlife warranty. Mileage is reduced by half if different sizes are used in the rear than on the front. A one-year or first 2/32 inch of wear guarantee on the tire’s uniformity is also included.

Materials and workmanship are warranted for an unlimited number of years and includes first year or first 2/32 inch of wear free replacement. A prorated amount is given down to the final 2/32 inch of tread depth.

Finally, Pirelli gives a 30-day trial guarantee on this model.


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6 thoughts on “Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus Tire Review & Rating

  1. Audi A4 B8 Quattro 2011
    Purchased Pirellis P Zeros 245/45/18 Dec 2017, had 82K on car, now 109K, rotated and balanced every 4K, had oil changed 2 weeks ago, and they said all 4 tires need replacement soon! Where is the 50K advertising warranty on thread? Only 27K so far! Thread wear is terrible, it slips on rain very easy. Will not buy again, going back to Michelin’s!

  2. Pirelli 19” on my new 2018 mustang has to be the worst tires I’ve ever owned . I have been to (3) different dealerships and no one will do anything about the road noise and darting all over the road. Yep it only has 15,000 miles now and has been doing this for 5,000 miles. You won’t do anything about this , but I see you have a 45,000 mile warranty.why can’t you fix this for me?

  3. I have a 2015 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS. I need to replace my factory perelli summer tires soon but not sure what to replace them with. I live in Tennessee where we normally don’t have a lot of snow but sometimes 15 degree temps in wintertime. I want to stay with Perelli but need to know what kind to purchase. All weather or summer tires. Thanks for any advice.

  4. Running on a 2014 Cadillac CTS Coupe AWD Premium with 19″ MRR GT1 Chrome wheels.
    Ultra quiet, very sticky in rain here in Oregon. They hold to the road very well on dry pvmt at high speeds
    in mountain turns.

    One of the best combinations we have so far found after going up from the stock 18″ wheels to 19″.
    Gas millage increased from 30mpg avg to 33-35mpg avg with all wheel drive on the caddy, using K&N
    air filter on the 3.6v engine.

    We have to give these tires a 5 out of 5 for safety and breaking in very wet conditions and a 5 out of 5 on
    dry roads. Avg speed wet on highway is 75-80, dry highway the same.

    Breaking is unbelievable with the AWD Coupe 4 disk brakes in wet and dry conditions!

    We purchased them at 1010 tires and saved $$$ over other online sellers.

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