The P Zero Nero All Season is Pirelli’s Ultra High Performance All-Season tire designed to provide all-season traction and handling. It was developed for drivers who operate their vehicles in America’s various weather conditions, including in light snow.

This line originated as the P Zero Nero M+S “Pinna” line that identified Pirelli’s use of a tread design that features additional sipes to enhance snow traction compared to P Zero Nero M+S tires. The sidewalls of all existing O.E. conventional and run-flat P Zero Nero M+S Pinna tires will be rebranded to add the “All Season” identification and will be available under the P Zero Nero All Season name as the line moves forward. P Zero Nero All Season tires are fully compatible with the P Zero Nero M+S Pinna tires and may be used to replace them individually, in pairs or sets.

The P Zero Nero All Season features a silica-enhanced tread compound blended to provide traction during high temperatures in the dry and low temperatures in the wet or snow. This compound is molded into an asymmetric tread design that features stable outside shoulder blocks combined with siped, continuous intermediate and center ribs that increase footprint rigidity to enhance dry grip during acceleration and braking. Shoulder grooves and circumferential channels allow water to flow through the tread design to resist hydroplaning and enhance wet traction. The tire’s internal structure includes twin steel belts to provide strength and durability on top of a polyester cord body.

Limited sizes of the P Zero Nero All Season are available with Pirelli Noise Cancelling System, which involves the manufacturer adhering a layer of sound-absorbing foam to the inner liner of the tire to reduce cabin noise in the vehicle. These sizes are identified on the Specs page and in the search results.


  1. I’ve gone through a set of 4 and I am purchasing them again. I got excellent mileage and the tires always held a good balance for almost 10,000 miles. Very low road noise until EoL. I always swore by Michelin MXV4 for Mercedes 17 and 18″ wheels, but they are out of production. My car came with the P6 and I switched to the P Zero Nero All Season (MO). I recommend this tire especially for an all wheel drive car.

  2. I think these were OEM equipment on my Audi A8 Quattro so I bought another set when it was time. The improvement in ride quality is immediately noticeable. I’ve taken it on two roads trips already and have noticed my mpg went from 24hwy to almost 30 hwy. There are probably better tires (read more expensive) but I would definitely recommend these.

  3. These tires replaced Michelin MXVs, and are thoroughly agreeable. This car is used mostly for long distance, rapid cruising around the Western states, very quiet, stable and showing little wear. Very satisfactory in winter, but not in deep snow. Excellent in the rain. Would buy them again.

  4. My wife is driving this 2018 mustang GT car, was new and now have 9500 milesTire tread is gone to 0/32 on rear and 4/32 on frontTire have 45000 miles warranty and ford dealer told us this tire rubber is soft then tire schould last no longer then 12000 milesThen who lie to us?

  5. These tires came with the car but they are really dangerous to drive in wet conditions. They hydroplane very easily. I also have Challenger with Michelins and they behave very well in the same conditions. Do your self a favor and avoid these tires. Google them and see all the reviews for your self.

  6. 33K miles totally worn out. OEM supposedly warranted for 45K miles. Very noisy, follows every little tar strip on road. “Zero” confidence with tires on any road condition other than bone dry. Will not replace with these.


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