Dry Performance Wet Performance Comfort Handling Treadwear Snow/Ice Performance

Key Facts about Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus:

Summary


We spent several hours reading reviews from experts and tire owners. In summary, this is what people think about Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus. You can agree or disagree with these conclusions by voting for or against any item:

Reasons to buy

A proud owner said that those tires had outstanding ride comfort, smoothness and were quiet.
The motorists liked the tire’s responsive handling and precise steering.
The car owners were happy that the tires were wearing well.
A driver wrote that after he drove them in, the tires started gripping really well in both wet and dry conditions.
The car owner said those tires had great traction for acceleration, braking and cornering.

Reasons not to buy

Some drivers complained the tires were loud.
The dissatisfied consumers complained that those tires wore out very quickly.


Description


Ultra High Performance, all season tire, for performance and driving enthusiasts. Now drivers of performance vehicles can take on hairpin turns, slippery roads and sudden stops all with confident control and smooth comfort, plus year-round versatility that's built to last. Developed with the most advanced materials and high tech production methods, the P Zero All Season Plus is a replacement tire that provides maximum performance in all weather conditions. It delivers enhanced handling and grip while offering outstanding treadwear and mileage. 50,000 mile limited treadwear warranty.

  • The Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus is equipped with four circumferential grooves to quickly disperse water and improve handling and grip on wet roads
  • The enhanced silica and polymer tread compound were specifically formulated to deliver excellent all season traction and grip with lower wear characteristics
  • The tire is also equipped with variable-sized tread elements to minimize road noise at low and high speeds
  • The inner blocks are equipped with winter siping technology to provide adequate grip on snow-covered roads
  • The lateral siping on the outside shoulder block is designed to maximize dry grip and cornering performance to improve the overall handling and stability of your ride

Detailed Information


Type and Size
Tire Model
Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus
Car Type
Passenger
Season
All Season
Rim Diameter
17 / 18 / 19 / 20 "
Width
215 / 225 / 235 / 245 / 255 / 265 / 275 / 285 mm
Aspect Ratio
35 / 40 / 45 / 50 / 55 / 60 %
Construction
Radial
Special Features
Runflat
No
Mud and Snow
No
Extra Load
Optional
Speed and Load
Speed Index
W (max 168 mph) ... Y (max 186 mph)
Load Index (max load for a tire)
 

Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus Sizes & Specifications


Rim Model Size Index Features
R17 215/45 R17 91W 215/45 R17 91W
R17 215/45 R17 91W XL 215/45 R17 91W XL
R17 215/55 R17 98W 215/55 R17 98W
R17 215/55 R17 98W XL 215/55 R17 98W XL
R17 225/45 R17 94W 225/45 R17 94W
R17 225/45 R17 94Y 225/45 R17 94Y
R17 225/45 R17 94Y XL 225/45 R17 94Y XL
R17 225/50 R17 98W 225/50 R17 98W
R17 225/50 R17 98W XL 225/50 R17 98W XL
R17 225/55 R17 97W 225/55 R17 97W
R17 235/45 R17 97W 235/45 R17 97W
R17 235/45 R17 97W XL 235/45 R17 97W XL
R17 235/50 R17 96W 235/50 R17 96W
R17 235/55 R17 99W 235/55 R17 99W
R17 245/40 R17 91W 245/40 R17 91W
R17 245/40 R17 91Y 245/40 R17 91Y
R17 245/45 R17 95Y 245/45 R17 95Y
R18 215/45 R18 93W 215/45 R18 93W
R18 215/45 R18 93W XL 215/45 R18 93W XL
R18 225/40 R18 92Y XL 225/40 R18 92Y XL
R18 225/45 R18 95W 225/45 R18 95W
R18 225/45 R18 95Y 225/45 R18 95Y
R18 225/45 R18 95Y XL 225/45 R18 95Y XL
R18 225/50 R18 95W 225/50 R18 95W
R18 225/50 R18 95Y 225/50 R18 95Y
R18 225/60 R18 100W 225/60 R18 100W
R18 235/40 R18 95Y 235/40 R18 95Y
R18 235/40 R18 95Y XL 235/40 R18 95Y XL
R18 235/45 R18 98Y 235/45 R18 98Y
R18 235/45 R18 98Y XL 235/45 R18 98Y XL
R18 235/50 R18 101W 235/50 R18 101W
R18 235/50 R18 101W XL 235/50 R18 101W XL
R18 245/40 R18 97W 245/40 R18 97W
R18 245/40 R18 97Y 245/40 R18 97Y
R18 245/40 R18 97Y XL 245/40 R18 97Y XL
R18 245/45 R18 100W 245/45 R18 100W
R18 245/45 R18 100Y 245/45 R18 100Y
R18 245/45 R18 100Y XL 245/45 R18 100Y XL
R18 245/50 R18 100Y 245/50 R18 100Y
R18 255/35 R18 94Y 255/35 R18 94Y
R18 255/35 R18 94Y XL 255/35 R18 94Y XL
R18 255/40 R18 99Y XL 255/40 R18 99Y XL
R18 255/45 R18 99Y 255/45 R18 99Y
R18 265/35 R18 97Y XL 265/35 R18 97Y XL
R18 275/35 R18 95Y 275/35 R18 95Y
R19 225/45 R19 96Y XL 225/45 R19 96Y XL
R19 235/35 R19 91W XL 235/35 R19 91W XL
R19 245/40 R19 98Y 245/40 R19 98Y
R19 245/40 R19 98Y XL 245/40 R19 98Y XL
R19 245/45 R19 102Y 245/45 R19 102Y
R19 245/45 R19 102Y XL 245/45 R19 102Y XL
R19 255/35 R19 96Y 255/35 R19 96Y
R19 255/35 R19 96Y XL 255/35 R19 96Y XL
R19 255/40 R19 100Y XL 255/40 R19 100Y XL
R19 275/35 R19 100Y XL 275/35 R19 100Y XL
R19 275/40 R19 105Y 275/40 R19 105Y
R19 275/40 R19 105Y XL 275/40 R19 105Y XL
R19 285/35 R19 103Y XL 285/35 R19 103Y XL
R20 245/40 R20 99Y XL 245/40 R20 99Y XL
R20 245/45 R20 103W 245/45 R20 103W
R20 245/45 R20 103Y 245/45 R20 103Y
R20 245/45 R20 103Y XL 245/45 R20 103Y XL
R20 275/35 R20 102Y XL 275/35 R20 102Y XL
R20 275/40 R20 106Y XL 275/40 R20 106Y XL

Amazon Reviews Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus

Questions and Answers

  • Alex Zagvozdin 16 May, 2019 04:18
    Despite the similar names and appearance, the P Zero All Season and P Zero All Season Plus are actually very different tires. Pirelli uses the “Plus” designation to indicate their tires that are designed for the replacement market only. That means Pirelli’s tire engineers are free to design a tire that performs exactly how they want it to, and the budget and available technology are the only limiting factors. Pirelli tires without the “Plus” can be selected by vehicle manufacturers for Original Equipment use. 
    When a vehicle manufacturer chooses a tire for Original Equipment use, they always have performance targets they want to achieve. Often the tire doesn’t meet those goals “as is,” so the vehicle manufacturer and the tire company work together to “tweak” the tire to meet the desired performance targets. With Pirelli’s naming system, if a customer buys a “Plus” tire, he or she can be confident it was designed to perform how Pirelli’s excellent engineers wanted it to for its position in the marketplace. If a consumer buys a “non Plus” tire, there is a good chance it has been “modified” from the original design to meet a vehicle manufacturer’s target goals, whatever those may be.
  • Mar 07, 2019

    A Closer Look: Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus | Tire Rack

    Developed for driving enthusiasts behind the wheels of powerful sports cars, coupes and sedans looking for Pirelli prestige and year-round performance. Take a closer look at Pirelli's P Zero All Season Plus tire.

  • Aug 01, 2018

    TireRack.com: Best in Ultra High Performance All-Season

    1. 100 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+
      Treadwear Wet Performance Dry Performance Comfort
    2. 98 BFGoodrich g-Force COMP 2 A/S
      Wet Performance Dry Performance
    3. 98 Continental ExtremeContact DWS06
      Wet Performance Dry Performance Comfort
    4. 97 Dunlop Signature HP
      Wet Performance Dry Performance
    5. 97 Goodyear Eagle Sport All-Season
      Treadwear Wet Performance Dry Performance Comfort
    6. 95 Cooper Zeon RS3-G1
      Wet Performance Dry Performance Comfort Noise
    7. 95 General G-MAX AS-05
      Treadwear Wet Performance Dry Performance
    8. 95 Yokohama ADVAN Sport A/S
      Treadwear Wet Performance Dry Performance Comfort
    9. 94 Continental ExtremeContact DWS
      Wet Performance Dry Performance Comfort
    10. 93 Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric All Season
      Wet Performance Dry Performance Winter / Snow Performance
    11. 93 Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus
      Wet Performance Dry Performance Comfort Noise Winter / Snow Performance
    12. 90 Dunlop SP Sport Maxx A1-A A/S
      Wet Performance Dry Performance
    13. 90 General G-MAX AS-03
      Wet Performance Dry Performance
    14. 89 Pirelli P Zero Nero
      Wet Performance Dry Performance Comfort Winter / Snow Performance
    15. 86 Bridgestone Potenza RE970AS Pole Position
      Wet Performance Dry Performance Noise Winter / Snow Performance
  • Jul 19, 2018

    Consumer Reports: Ultra High Performance All-Season Tires

    1. 78 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+
      Dry Braking Handling / Noise Wet Braking Aquaplaning Rolling Resistance
    2. 76 Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus
      Handling / Noise Aquaplaning Rolling Resistance
    3. 76 Continental ExtremeContact DWS06
      Dry Braking Handling / Noise Wet Braking Value Snow Traction
    4. 74 BFGoodrich g-Force COMP 2 A/S
      Snow Traction Handling Dry Braking Wet Braking Ice Braking Value Noise
    5. 72 Goodyear Eagle Sport All-Season
      Dry Braking Handling / Noise Aquaplaning Comfort
    6. 72 Yokohama ADVAN Sport A/S
      Dry Braking Handling / Noise Wet Braking Aquaplaning Value Snow Traction
    7. 72 Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric All Season
      Dry Braking Wet Braking Handling Aquaplaning Snow Traction Noise
    8. 72 Hankook Ventus S1 noble2 H452
      Dry Braking Rolling Resistance Handling / Noise Aquaplaning Value Snow Traction Comfort
    9. 72 Dunlop Signature HP
      Dry Braking Handling Aquaplaning Value Snow Traction Comfort
    10. 70 General G-MAX AS-03
      Dry Braking Handling Aquaplaning Value Noise Comfort
  • Mar 26, 2018

    Tested: Ultra High Performance All-Season Tires to Define the Category - Winter Update | Tire Rack

    The landscape for Ultra High Performance All-Season tires is constantly changing. Consumers expect more and more from the tires in this performance-oriented category. To see if the Bridgestone Potenza RE980AS has what it takes to succeed in the upper echelon of Ultra High Performance All-Season products, we're comparing it to some of the best in the category.

  • Oct 26, 2017

    Tested: Defining the Ultra High Performance All-Season Category | Tire Rack

    The landscape for Ultra High Performance All-Season tires is constantly changing. Consumers expect more and more from the tires in this performance-oriented category. To see if the Bridgestone Potenza RE980AS has what it takes to succeed in the upper echelon of Ultra High Performance All-Season products, we're comparing it to some of the best in the category.

  • Jul 21, 2016

    Tested: Top Ultra High Performance All-Season Tires | Tire Rack

    The top tires in Ultra High Performance All-Season are at the peak of all-season performance. They are expected to maintain wintertime capability in their pursuit of best-in-class dry and wet handling. No sacrifices. Michelin's newest Pilot Sport A/S 3+ is putting the pressure on.

  • Mar 29, 2016

    Tested: Continental ExtremeContact DWS 06 in Winter

    Timing may be everything. Certainly in the Ultra High Performance All-Season category the timing was right for Continental when they launched the original ExtremeContact DWS. Six years later it's time for their next Ultra High Performance All-Season tire, the ExtremeContact DWS 06. Does this new design offer more than just a strong family resemblance?

  • Mar 29, 2016

    Tested: Ultra High Performance All-Season Balancing Act | Tire Rack

    Balance is key in Ultra High Performance All-Season, with tires at the top skewing more toward the all-season side. But what if a tire can offer category-leading grip/handling in the dry/wet combined with all-season capabilities that are competitive with the top tires?

  • Aug 04, 2015

    Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus Tires featured on Fast Lane Daily

    Fast Lane Daily was invited by Pirelli to test out their all new P Zero All Season Plus tire out in Met Life Stadium in New Jersey. Watch Derek D put the tires to the test in a Chevy Camaro SS and Maserati Ghibli as he runs the cars through an autocross course.

  • Jul 09, 2015

    Tested: Continental's ExtremeContact DWS 06

    Timing may be everything. Certainly in the Ultra High Performance All-Season category the timing was right for Continental when they launched the original ExtremeContact DWS. Six years later it's time for their next Ultra High Performance All-Season tire, the ExtremeContact DWS 06. Does this new design offer more than just a strong family resemblance?

  • Mar 31, 2015

    P Zero All Season Plus: Features and Benefits

    The All Season Plus was developed specifically for North America, the tire offers shorter wet stopping distance, more safety in aquaplaning situations and a 50,000-mile treadwear warranty. Inner block winter siping improves snow traction, while lateral siping on the outer blocks helps in cornering performance.

  • Mar 25, 2015

    Pirelli P Zero All Season Plus HIGHWAY ZERO Teaser Video

    An interactive driving experience where you control the action.

  • Mar 09, 2015

    Tested: All-Season Tires for Sports Cars in Winter | Tire Rack

    You drive a sporty car, want responsive handling and good overall traction. You need one tire to do it all, and it needs to perform during the summer, as well as cope with winter weather. To find out if the newest tires are single-focus specialists or more well rounded athletes, we went to Sweden...where winter reigns supreme.

  • Nov 25, 2014

    P ZERO All Season Plus - Tread R&D

    Here are some quick points to know about the new P ZERO All Season Plus tires. MATERIALS High surface area silicas (HDS) improve wet traction, reduce rolling resistance and increase tread life. New high performance carbon black, developed for race tires ,improves grip.

  • Nov 20, 2014

    Tested: Can Ultra High Performance All-Season Do it All? | Tire Rack

    You drive a sporty car, want responsive handling and good overall traction. You need one tire to do it all, and it needs to perform during the summer, as well as cope with winter weather. We tested two of the newest tires to see if they're single-focus specialists or one of the more well-rounded athletes on the Ultra High Performance All-Season team.