Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Pirelli P Zero Nero M&S

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Vehicle: 2006 Mazda MazdaSpeed6
Miles Driven on Tires: 20,000
Location: Chicago, il
Driving Condition: Combined Highway/City
Driving Style: Average
Pirelli P Zero Nero M&S
Follow-Up Review: 32,000 miles on tires
June 24, 2011
Tires have now been put to track use, one high speed autocross on a road course and one parking lot/cone autocross. Definitely not the ideal track tire, you would be much faster in a max performance tire. However, they did perform quite admirably even in these conditions. Reacted predictably at the limit, and did not display any sidewall rollover during hard cornering. A very impressive tire for day to day all season use that holds up well even in extreme track use. (Albeit not nearly the best option for those of you looking to track your car!)
Initial Review: 20,000 miles on tires
December 14, 2010

An excellent all around tire for drivers that need it for all types of weather conditions. Excellent wet/dry traction, really grips as good or better than any all season tire out there. Snow traction is very good as well, no more hair trigger ABS and TCS while putting around at low speeds. Outperformed the Hankook V4S tires I replaced in every way. Difference was night and day, and for the money I don't think you will find better. They have been durable too, no sidewall bubbles so far! (Previous tires bubbled after less than 10k miles of use) If sticking with the OE tires or a similar summer tire with dedicated snow tires and wheels is not an option, these Pirellis are a great choice for someone wanting to use the same rubber year round.

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