Pirelli P Zero PZ4 Reviews - Page 3
while driving a
Honda Civic Type R
(235/35 R19 W) on
Very good tyres for the money. Needs some temperature in them to perform the best, maybe not as sticky as Conti Sportcontact 6's but should last longer. Very quiet tyres for performance ones.
while driving a
(255/40 R19 W) on
a combination of roads
PZ4's are OEM fitment on my Audi Q3 Quarto and very good they prove to be. Grip in the dry and wet are outstanding, as is ride comfort and quietness. Specified the car to be built with 'Sports Suspension' so was a little concerned of a harsh ride, nothing to worry about on these. Pirelli say the PZ4 were specially developed for Audi's model line up. Boy does it show, on road trips up on the twisty roads in Scotland and Cumbria I have never managed to find any under steer or over steer. Need to get on a track day to find this as on the road it is impossible to find. They have low rolling resistance and tyre wear - Not even half worn so will be some miles before they need replacement, will be happy to fit them again.
(225/40 R18 W) on
Really good !
Replace very very good Yokohama V105 one year old.
To try them out.
First-class comfort (top) + rolling silence
A little above the Yoko on the dry,
In the rain, they are incredible ! Well above all that I have tried :
Dunlop RT, PS3, Yoko V105, Hankook V12 K110.
No idea about wear again ... The +:
- Braking (this is a big highlight)
They are equipped with protections of the rims although the option is not specified (in France).
The sides are stiffer than the PS3 for example. The precision is much better.
In short, conquered...
Remains to be seen at mid-wear behavior ... exotic productions are often very disappointing after 40/50% wear ...
Although cheaper than Michelin Super Sport for overall performance not so far away ... Probably in terms of PS4 performance for lower price...
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