Compare Pirelli Cinturato P7 Blue tyre prices

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Technology description: Pirelli P7 Cinturato Blue is a tyre designed for owners of high-power vehicles. In the tyre, the manufacturer used an innovative tread compound, which translates into excellent driving properties, a high level of grip and reduces the braking distance on a wet and dry surface.

Even on long journeys the driving comfort is excellent. The stiff carcass gives many positive effects, such as lower energy losses (fuel saving) as a result of its low rolling resistance. The tread pattern includes four wide circumferential grooves used to efficiently drain water and prevent aquaplaning. The technologies applied to produce P7 Cinturato Blue make the product ecological and environmentally friendly. The tyre meets European requirements concerning noise emission, which translates into driving comfort.

Information on the manufacturer: Pirelli is a globally recognised company manufacturing tyres used both in sports (e.g. in F1) and in civil vehicles. Their production dates back to 1872 when the enterprise was founded by Giovanni Battista Pirelli. Currently, Pirelli is one of the 5 largest tyre manufacturers worldwide. Their products are based on the most advanced technologies, so they feature the top quality and are rated as premium.

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  • Safety:
  • Dry braking: 8.3 / 10
  • Wet braking: 10 / 10
  • Wet road holding: 8.8 / 10
  • Aquaplaning: 7.9 / 10
  • Comfort:
  • Road holding: 8.9 / 10
  • Absorption of irregularities: 7.6 / 10
  • Rolling noise: 6.6 / 10
  • Economy:
  • Longevity: 7.2 / 10
  • Fuel economy: 9.4 / 10

Cinturato P7 Blue Reviews

Hello. I bought the Pirelli Cinturato P7 blue as a replacement for Uniroyal RainSport2/Continental SportContatc2 combo that was fitted to the car when I bought it. Was deciding between Conti SportContact5, Vredestein Ultrac Vorti and Cinturato P7 blue. Finally decided fot touring instead of sport tire and I'm not sorry. The tires are safe and progressive, very strong in wet conditions, very fuel efficient and ware slowly (after 10.000 miles stil 6,5-7mm thread left). My driving style is mixed - mostly is motorway (75 mph) but I do alot of B road too and sometimes a section ot two of very spirited driving. Because these are touring tires I really cant fault them. However ... If you are doing a lot of spirited driving be ware ... They have soft sidewalls so the road feedback and turn in into corners is a bit mooshy, grip is pleanty if driving is precise, but the tire will slide if you apply full power on faster (60 mph) long sweepers when the tires are fully loaded. Final thoughts ... Very competent, efficient and safe tire for touring and sometimes spirited driving. For its intentions would definitly recomend ;) Cheers from Slovenia
the worst tires I ever had not satisfied from the first day dangerous on wet not bad on a dry road after 20k, they are only suitable for change I think it's tires for taxi, and tiny cars absolutely not suitable for sedans with an engine over 100hp is the second Pirelli model and never more Pirelli the previous ones were good, but still not perfect I used conti tires, Michelin, nexen different models, and I have never been so disappointed even budget tires, just better please avoid, take care of your safety do not buy it, life is more important
I drive quite a lot mostly on motorways and I have the tyres since 3 years already. I like them due to a lot of good issues which all others have also mentioned, however I am now thinking to change to another brand. The reason for that is that I had to order already 2 extra tyres in the last 1 year. 1 was damaged last fall at the car maintenance during the change for my winter tyres. The Pirelli was torn apart through the usual tool which they use to remove it from the rim. I was shocked when I saw it after 1 1/2 year of usage. In the maintenance they told me that they've never seen something like that. Last week when I let my winter tyres change to the Pirelli again at another maintenance one of the tyres had a bulge on the inner side. Either I received accidentally the 2 worst tyres made by Pirelli or the quality is worrying. I just ordered another tyre and it will be the last P7 Blue and will see what will happen.