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The presented tyre is marked with 3PMSF symbol (Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake). It means that the tyre meets the EU requirements for winter tyres. The symbol is awarded after thorough tests of a tyre model in terms of snow grip.

The Pirelli SottoZero is a winter tyre designed for premium passenger cars with a high performance engine. The innovative compound used to make the tyre is noted for its excellent flexibility, giving the model increased contact with the ground and better grip in any weather and on any surface.

The tyre features an asymmetric tread pattern with two independent parts to ensure optimal performance during the winter season. The outer part of the tread is responsible for traction on wet roads. Its deep and wide circumferential grooves with a variable profile have a large capacity and help quickly and effectively disperse water from under the front of the tyre. This helps minimise the risk of aquaplaning and improves driver safety. Massive blocks in the shoulder area are responsible for stability when negotiating corners and during dynamic manoeuvres. The design of the Pirelli SottoZero has been stiffened to ensure a fast response to sudden steering movements, which has a positive impact on accurate track stability. The internal part of the tread is responsible for shorter braking distances on ice, snow and mud, as well as grip in extreme weather conditions. The tyre ensures acoustic comfort thanks to its special grooves and optimised tread pattern. Sounds and vibrations emitted whilst driving on Pirelli SottoZero tyres are quickly muffled, which means that the driver and passengers can enjoy a quiet and comfortable driving experience. This model is the perfect solution for demanding drivers looking for a tyre that offers excellent performance, whatever the weather.

Pirelli is an Italian group that has been producing tyres since 1872. The company is currently the world's 5th largest tyre manufacturer in terms of sales. Pirelli produces tyres for passenger cars, motorcycles, vans, lorries and 4x4 vehicles, as well as the sporty tyres that the Italian company is especially renowned for. Pirelli has its headquarters in Milan.

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240 Sottozero Reviews

excellent tires.,in most condition.Definitely try
I put these tyres on for a trip to the Alps for skiing. They are very noticeably quieter and comfortable than the road tyres I had before. Pirelli Scorpions and Bridgestones. They grip well in snow, very well in wet and surprisingly well in dry. But the biggest surprise is the mileage. Had them on for two years, been to the Alps and back three times in winter. Went to Italy and south of France in summer when the weather was at 36 degrees C. Longest lasting tyre I have had and I have been driving Lexus RX for 12 years.
Got the Pirelli Sottozero's for my Audi A8 for the winter. Fantastic tyre - they have the look of a summer tyre with the performance of a winter one. Increased road noise from them but this is to be expected. I've run them in dry, wet, soaking wet, snow and ice and they performed well in every condition - with only a slight slip on the ice - although this was more than likely me pushing things a little too much - short of studded tyres I don't think much will grip the ice too well anyhow !!! As the set I bought were second hand when I got them I made the decision to run them pretty much right through the summer also - very happy with wear rates on them. Dry grip is great - but the tyres do squeal quite easily if you're starting to push them. Wet grip is fantastic - given the tread patterns they have an ability to really resist aquaplaning - to the point they can probably give you too much confidence...I found myself overtaking people in absolutely torrential rain without so much as a twitch from the tyres. Grip on snow is good - as these are the only winter tyre I've had I can't really compare but I was happy with the grip levels - there are some other winter tyres out there with more aggressive tread patterns which I think look like they should grip better (Dunlop & Nokian) but I think these may be more suited to countries where it snows more than the UK. Liked them enough to have bought a new set in ready for the winter.