Summary: Dad uses them, mum uses them, Grandad uses them and I have also used them in the past and I have to admit, they stick to the road like glue! As all of the above use them on their V70Rs (350bhp tuned) they need some tyres that can handle the umph, something of which these Pirellis do!
Summary: Cheap Asian import tyre performance at a premium price. Stiff sidewalls. Resistive tread, quite warm after driving. Wears FAST (15-20k miles for ECO drivers!). VERY poor aquaplaning ability. No sign that you are at the limit until sudden tramlining and loss of control - absolute 'ditchfinders'.
Summary: I've had these on my car for over a year now and they have got to be the worst tyre i've ever had. In wet weather they are boarder line dangours no grip what so ever. stay away from these tyres there are much much more better tyres out there than these that are much cheaper too.
Summary: Excellent in the dry, but in a light powerful RWD car in the wet, shall we say interesting. Quite noisy on the road and the wear rate on a 140 rated tyre was spectacular, about 10000 miles for the rears and a little more for the fronts.
Summary: Have to agree with many others regarding these tyres...I found them good in dry weather, but the slightest drop of rain, ice or snow, I found them scarry and untrustworthy, I replaced all four of these after about 4000 miles, and was glad to be rid of them.
Summary: 12,000 miles of living dangerously (front tyres). I drive a mix of twisty Scottish B roads and motorways. You would be better painting your wheels black in respect of wet braking and cornering, and not much better in the dry. Noisy too.
Summary: Most Dangerous Tires I have ever experienced after a day of fitting them , I demanded a change of tires ...... Can not believe they where in production , Almost crashed the car cause it lost control even after checking tire pressures. NEVER EVER BUY PLEASE .....