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: Have used these for years as have come OEM on the S80s I've had but wear seems to be getting much worse - just replaced full set - Fronts had only done 13K to wearbars backs 29k (previsous set of fronts got the other 16k) set of fronts before that got 19 ... see a pattern?
Summary: I was initially disapointed with these tyres which cost more than previous ones (P6 Cinturato) and now they are nearly done I still am because I enjoy driving. I wrote a review some time back under P6 model which seemed to suit my car better.
Summary: I have two of these new on the rear of my new/old BMW and they are downright dangerous in the wet. They are pretty good in the dry with higher psi, but given Melbourne's random weather (40C at midday, monsoon by night) I still am not happy exposing my woman and young boy to the danger posed by these...
Summary: It's a year now since I switched my old A Class Merc off Pirelli 6000s and onto Goodyear Vector 4Seasons. To me the difference is absolutely remarkable in terms of how the car handles in wet and cold conditions.
Summary: Having read a lot of the reviews on here, it seems that there is a great deal of variation in the experience of reviewers. Some find them to last for ages, some find them to die very quickly, some find they grip fine others are terrified by them.
Summary: OK in the dry. Very poor wet grip and sudden breakaway. Would not mix these with other tyres as my experience of having them on the rear axle and Goodyear on the front was positively frightening in the wet. The poor wet grip means that I would not purchase them again.