The Cinturato P7 tires featuring W- and Y-speed ratings are Pirelli’s Ultra High Performance Summer tire developed for the drivers of sport coupes and sedans. The Cinturato P7’s unique combination of qualities have been made possible by Pirelli’s Green Performance approach to developing products offering a synergy of driving pleasure, performance, safety and respect of the environment. The Pirelli Ecoimpact icons on the sidewalls of Cinturato P7 tires highlight their contribution to the environment with regards to energy efficiency, clean air, low noise and long wear. Pirelli’s warranty does not cover tires that develop compound cracking due to use in ambient temperatures below 45° Fahrenheit (7° Celsius), so the Cinturato P7 tires, like all summer tires, are not intended to be driven in near-freezing temperatures, through snow or on ice.

The Cinturato P7 uses a low rolling resistance tread compound that features technologically advanced polymers to increase grip on wet and dry roads while it reduces vehicle fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. This compound is molded into an asymmetric tread design that promotes even wear, improves ride comfort and reduces noise levels. A robust shoulder and continuous ribs on the outboard portion of the tire enhance lateral grip on dry roads while four circumferential channels provide efficient expulsion of water from the contact patch to enhance hydroplaning resistance and wet traction. The tire’s internal structure includes twin steel belts reinforced by nylon cap plies to provide high speed-durability.

Note: Cinturato P7 tires are designed and produced using eco-focused manufacturing methods and feature low rolling resistance (LRR) compounds and constructions to enhance the vehicle fuel economy of their Original Equipment applications. These tires are identified as such with Pirelli’s Ecoimpact designation on their Sizes and Specs pages.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Ok ride overall, but on hard cornering they are limited and squeal like a pig. Wear is poor given the lack of grip. Mine are at the wear line now. They did seem to wear fairly even.

  2. I mainly use my s4 for commuting. I have taken my car on several club drives and these tires can only be taken so far.. They are not max performance and drive well under hard conditions for a UHP tire. These are pretty quiet ok asphalt and howl on concrete. I believe this ri be normal on most tires in this class. I’ve noticed significant feathering on the shoulder blocks, which isn’t s tire issue;however, I’ve seen it earlier on these tires than on other tires. Decent tires, know your limits for this class of tire and you’ll be happy with these.

  3. Do Not buy Pirelli 225/45 R18 91y Runflats!! Have a 2014 bmw that had these on them and lasted 25,000 miles. So we decided to put the same ones on again…big mistake!! I dont know what they changed or if we got a bad set of Pirelli tires but in 4 months they only lasted 5,000 miles on our 2 back tires!!! We called Pirelli and all they would do is give us 10% off new tires!! Pirelli said they were sorry but their runflats dont have any warranty like their other tires…which they conveniently they do Not tell you when purchasing them…and it does Not say there is no warranty on the Pirelli website!! They know people would not buy them if they knew there was No warranty!! Even our BMW dealership said it was ridiculous and we noticed they are only using all season tires now and are using more bridgestone & other brands now on the new BMW’s. I am a 47yr old lady that does not hot rod and have never had issues with tires in the past. I should Not have to replace pricey Pirelli tires after only 4 months…& only 5,000 miles on them!!! And those 5,000 miles were mostly highway miles. I would Never buy horrible Pirelli tires ever again!!

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