Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus
Follow-Up Review: 21,000 miles on tires
I got my first real snow driving experience with these Pirelli P7 Cinturato P7 A/S Plus tires this weekend. On Saturday (1/3/15), Syracuse, NY got a mix of heavy freezing rain and sleet which brought I-90 mostly to a crawl but I was able to maintain 60+ MPH without issue. The road surface was just tire tracks in each lane and mucky centers. I would slow down to ~50 MPH for lane changes but I would have had to do that with snow tires anyhow. I also got a chance to drive in Oswego, NY yesterday when they got 14+ and these tires handled the deeper snow with ease. <br><br>Treadwear has been excellent. At 21,000 Miles I am between 9.5/32 and 10/32 on all tires(Original tread-depth was 10/32) so these tires are going to last a very long time.
Initial Review: 12,000 miles on tires
I've had these tires installed on my 2012 Subaru Impreza for about 4 months at this point and I must say that I am impressed. These tires are a bit quieter than the Goodyear Assurace Comfortred Touring tires and much much quieter than the Yokohama AVID S34 OEM tires. The ride is nice, smooth, and controlled. The handling is top notch for my easy going style of driving and have no issue in corners when I get on it. I have not had any issues with wet traction or handling and they have done very well in down-pours. At 12K miles I have not been able to get a measurable difference in tread-depth so I cannot comment on tread-wear at this time. I will submit another review when I get some winter driving in with these tires.