The P Zero All Season Plus is the Ultra High Performance All-Season member of Pirelli’s P Zero tire family. Developed for driving enthusiasts behind the wheels of powerful sports cars, coupes and sedans looking for Pirelli prestige and year-round performance, the P Zero All Season Plus is designed to be driven in all seasons, even in light snow.

P Zero All Season Plus tires feature Pirelli’s advanced all-season tread compound that combines special silica and polymers. The tread compound is molded into an all-new advanced asymmetric tread pattern featuring variable size tread elements to minimize noise inside the vehicle while five distinctly designed ribs promote performance in all weather conditions. Stable outboard shoulder blocks feature lateral siping to maximize cornering while a rigid center rib increases steering control, dry grip and overall handling. Circumferential grooves flush out water to resist hydroplaning while large grooves between the blocks expel water and capture more snow. Winter siping technology in the inboard blocks enhances tread pattern stability while increasing the number of biting edges to improve snow traction.

Beginning in 2016, Pirelli updated the compound of the P Zero All Season Plus in an effort to improve traction in the wet and snow. Though the benefits of the revised compound are best realized by installing a complete set of four tires on a vehicle, Pirelli has indicated tires with the new compound are mixable in any quantity with tires featuring the original compound.

For easy identification, the Original and Revised compound tires are identified with a clarifier on the Specs page and in the search results.

The tire’s internal structure features twin steel belts reinforced by a spirally wrapped, variable tension control nylon cap ply to optimize foot print shape, resulting in high levels of driving comfort, steering control and treadwear.

6 COMMENTS

  1. Wow what a difference comeing from contanital junk. road noise is very low to none. Befor the 245/45R-18 PIRELLI P ZERO ALL SEASON + REVISED COMPOUND XL I thought I need to reseal my doors I thought the weather stripping had came off . But it was not like ridding in a new car. Drive like new

  2. I’ve been thru two pair of these and liked them. Majority of my time is on curvy but smooth backroads and highways. Very predictable in curves, ride is good and secure. I’m trying a set of Michelins this time just to get a sportier experience with more road feel, mainly because I have been enjoying high performance driving events with another car and this has me wanting the same sporty enjoyment in all my cars. Since I got my first pair of P Zeros, it appears other tires have stepped up their game and the P Zeros, though still excellent tires, have dropped in the overall ratings. I;d still buy them again, but just gonna see if the extra cost is worth it for the highest-performing (handling-wise) Michelins. If you are looking at the P Zeros to buy, you can do so without reservation. They are very good.

  3. I put these tires on my AWD Lexus just before embarking on a cross-country trip. I bought the 2011 GS350 as a CPO vehicle with 48K miles on it. The original tires had been replaced with something horrid (with “General” in the name, cough) that were, quite literally, lethal in wet conditions. Even at 8/32 those things were ice cubes. At the time these Pirellis were well thought of in the areas I care about for the Lexus, namely wet traction and road noise. so I bought them.They’re worn completely out at this point. I have zero regrets. They told me they’d —- in the snow, and boy did they! But. But. But. I always made it home. The car has a “snow” button, and, once pushed, the car’s brain combined well enough with the tires’ awful traction to allow me to find my driveway. Mind you, I live in hilly country. So that’s saying something.In every other category besides snow these tires were straight up phenomenal. And I must add this; on that first cross-country trip we encountered terrible snowy, slushy conditions on mountainous interstates, and the tires performed very very admirably. So they do okay in the sloppy stuff when they’re new, just not so much after they have a few miles on them. In the rain, even now with 3/32 tread, they’re downright cocky. I’d buy them again but I have this little itch I need to scratch regarding Japanese cars and Japanese tires. Were it not for that I’d probably go with AS3’s this time.

  4. I wanted a performance tire that was quiet as I regularly have some long road trips to visit family. After a lot of research, I decided to try the P Zero all season plus and I have to say they are very quiet ( when new) and seem to have similar ride / handling characteristics to the OEM P Zero all season that Ford outfits on most Mustangs from the factory. The one big problem I had was trying to get the new set balanced. It took 3 trips to 2 tire shops before 2 of the tires were diagnosed as defective and were replaced under warranty after 3 weeks. Since Pirelli replaced the defective tires, the car now runs smoothly. I’ll be happy if they last 20,000 miles as I only drive about 4,000 miles a year now ( summer only use). As a middle age driver, I’m driving in a more relaxed manner compared to my younger years so comfort and quietness were more important to me than out right performance so I made the right choice with these tires on my Mustang GT.

  5. Tread life is terrible. 15K miles and 24 months later and the tires on my wife’s car are smoked. Tread across the tire is worn to wear bar and there are literally chunk’s missing toward the cornering edge. My wife’s were all season tires. I also ran the summer p-zeros on a mustang I had a they gripped great but again, terrible tread life.

  6. I have been purchasing Pirelli tires for my vehicles for years and have always been very pleased. In this case however, to say that I am beyond disappointed. There must have been some change in Pirelli’s manufacturing process because this set of tires began showing front outside and rear inside treadwear almost immediately and by the time I had them replaced, the front tires had worn all the way through the tread, the wear bars, and into the solid rubber on the outside, and well into the wear bars across the entire tire. The rears were also worn on the inside to solid rubber and well into the wear bars across the entire tire. I had the alignment and camber checked and both were within spec, so the issue is with the tires. To get 21,143 miles (which was really pushing it) out of a set of tires, particularly when my driving style is not at all aggressive, is very disappointing.

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