Pirelli Cinturato All Season+

The Pirelli Cinturato All Season Plus is a Premium Touring All Season tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Cars.

This tyre replaced the Pirelli Cinturato AllSeason and this tyre has been replaced by the Pirelli Cinturato All Season SF2.

Dry Grip 87%
Wet Grip 87%
Road Feedback 80%
Handling 82%
Wear 88%
Comfort 92%
Buy again 82%
Snow Grip 86%
Ice Grip 86%

Tyre review data from 6 tyre reviews averaging 85% over 65,500 miles driven.

The Cinturato All Season+ is ranked 6th of 57 All Season Premium Touring tyres.

Latest Tyre Test Results

2019 All Season Tyre Performance Overview - 16th of 31 tyres

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2018 27 All Season Tyre Shootout - 10th of 27 tyres

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2018 Auto Bild All Season Tyre Test - 9th of 12 tyres

  • Positive - Good traction and secure cornering on snow and ice, balanced dry handling, precise steering.
  • Negative - Average aquaplaning, long wet and dry braking, high rolling resistance, high wear.
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2019 Tyre Tests

  • 16th: 2019 All Season Tyre Performance Overview (225/45 R17)
  • 2018 Tyre Tests

  • 9th: 2018 Auto Bild All Season Tyre Test (195/65 R15)
  • 10th: 2018 27 All Season Tyre Shootout (195/65 R15)
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    Size Price Range  
    185/55 R15 £104.20 - £119.38 (2 Prices) Compare Prices >>
    185/55 R16 £115.80 - £115.80 (1 Prices) Compare Prices >>
    225/45 R17 £118.99 - £122.45 (2 Prices) Compare Prices >>
    Available in 11 tyre sizes - View all.

    Top 3 Pirelli Cinturato All Season Plus Reviews

    Given 91% while driving a Alfa Romeo Giuiletta (225/45 R17) on a combination of roads for 28,000 spirited miles
    This is a joint review of two slightly different generations, All Season and All Season Plus (front and rear axle) Chosen these Allseasons after brutally loosing grip on all four top summer tyres, on a damp and cold late autumn morning (no damage) They excell in both dry and wet, from -5° to 38° Lateral grip is flawless : lots of fast turns, they never lost it, very informing near the "edge" (Well, they lost it only once, in "summer ice" conditions, where any tyre would have lost it.) They kept their cool even on an emergency "moose test" style avoiding maneuver on a soaking motorway (had to avoid a car suddenly entering on my lane , less than 2m ahead, with the central wall on the other side... that was hot!) Flawless aquaplaning, seen lots of heavy rain on motorway. When they launched the tyre in 2015 they were insisting on it in articles, that's why I bought them. On the longitudinal grip: Can't talk of emergency brakings, never had to. Traction is good, barely lost it twice for less then a second, under brutal acceleration, almost unperceived. Snow: never encountered. But lots of motorway with frozen fog on both sides of the lane, no problem. Low noise, very impressive at first after summer tyres. Incredibly low wear, still having more than 5mm tread left, after 45000km, maybe because of the light car (1.3 tons) Allseason Plus (newest, more winter performance) seems to wear just a little bit faster (or less slower , to be precise) Anyway, they beat the previous summer tyres by far, those were worn to 2.3mm after the same distance. Most of it, I feel confident whatever the weather brings along.
    Helpful 29 - tyre reviewed on May 11, 2021
    Given 91% while driving a Honda Jazz (185/55 R16 H) on mostly town for 10,000 easy going miles
    My partner Sue needed new tyres for her Honda and I suggested Pirelli all season tyres rather than a cheapo brand. Besides which there are not too my all season tyres available in 185/55/16 size.
    After 18 months and over 10,000 miles of steady cautious driving they have been well worth the expense.
    Proving their worth come hail, rain, snow, sunshine or blow.
    Thank you Pirelli.
    Helpful 42 - tyre reviewed on March 18, 2019
    Given 93% while driving a Toyota Corolla Altis (215/55 R16 V) on a combination of roads for 2,500 average miles
    Remarkable tyres. Would definitely buy again
    Helpful 27 - tyre reviewed on January 4, 2021
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    Given 100% while driving a BMW 118i Sport (225/45 R17) on a combination of roads for 10,000 spirited miles
    Amazing tyre.
    Helpful 0 - tyre reviewed on February 20, 2024
    Given 66% while driving a SEAT Mii (185/55 R15 H) on a combination of roads for 10,000 spirited miles
    Put almost 10k on these, in autumn, winter, and early spring, they are great, wet grip is pretty damn good, and even pretty quiet in the wet, wet braking isn't the greatest either, but it is predictable, so you can compensate, dry grip is okay, that's about it, they aren't sketchy at autobahn speeds, and still really quiet, dry braking is again okay, in general they are an okay tyre, but their major weakness is in the warm, as they give up a bit too easily, so any vigorous driving will show they aren't a "fun" tyre, and are really easy to get screeching and get the ESP light flashing.

    in snow and ice they are brilliant, I really tried to get the back end out, but they held pretty firm, with no ESP intervention, and that's without lowering the pressure, they even held firm driving like an idiot on a snow covered motorway, and they were that good, they did give a smug feeling when driving past people still on summers in snow and ice.

    from my perspective they work better as a mild winter tyre than as an all season, but summer will tell how they hold up when ambient reaches 30-40c, i'm not holding out for decent results, although with my driving the amount of miles i do i'm expecting they'll need replacing before winter.
    Helpful 29 - tyre reviewed on May 25, 2019
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