Pirelli Cinturato All Season Plus tyres review

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The model presented here appeared on sale shortly after the release of the basic version of Pirelli Cinturato All Season (it is, recall, 2014). The improvements indicated by the word “plus” in the name of this development concern very many and important factors for the driver. However, like its basic version, the Pirelli Cinturato All Season Plus tyre remains purely “urban” or more correctly called a “highway” version of a modern passenger car, which is much more likely to drive within the asphalt tracks, rather than on the mud off-road.

Pirelli Cinturato All Season Plus tyre

Let’s list the brightest winning sides of the Pirelli Cinturato All Season Plus tread and other points related to this tyre:

  • Symmetrical directional tread pattern with wedge-shaped block construction;
  • Adaptive blocks with jagged edges that make it easy to bypass the sliding effect;
  • Broken and angular lamellas that adapt the tyre to all-season use (more so for soft “Euro-winter”);
  • Several extensive cavity systems to remove dirt and water, as well as a little snow from the touch spot recesses;
  • Seal Inside technology, which guarantees safety in the most emergency situations related to depressurization;
  • Successful test series, in particular the Quattroruote magazine (2018, test 205/55 R16, tyre ranked second out of seven);

The Ecoimpact label on the tyre’s sidewalls highlights its environmental compatibility, where its lower rolling resistance and lower weight contribute to fuel savings and reduce CO2 emissions compared to previous Pirelli tyres.

Pirelli Cinturato All Season Plus tyres use an improved silica compound molded into a symmetrical tread pattern, with an optimized tread-to-hole ratio and a uniform contact patch to combine dry road performance with even wear. Two wide circumferential grooves displace water from under the tyre track to resist aquaplaning and enhance grip on wet roads. The longitudinal grooves provide lateral stability, while the high-density lateral grooves improve grip on wet roads and in winter.


Pirelli Cinturato All Season Plus car tyres are resistant to the vagaries of weather and changes in climatic conditions, it is also resistant to changes in humidity of road surfaces. On dry and wet roads, the potential for stability, traction and handling is equally high. Rubber perfectly passes turns, providing better response to maneuvers, steering wheel rotation.

Pirelli Cinturato Ol Season Plus tyre has an updated material composition, now rubber is even less prone to unnecessary fuel consumption, being able to provide its owner real savings on refueling.

In terms of comfort the Italian model also wins – the adaptation of the depth of the intercostal excavations allows the Pirelli Cinturato All Season Plus tyres to remain quiet and comfortable at any speed modes and driving styl

Pirelli Cinturato All Season Plus IN Tyre TESTS:

In Autobild Allyear tyre test 2020 205/55 R16 Pirelli Cinturato All Season Plus took place #12 of 14

Wet: 80%
Dry: 74%
Snow: 52%
Running costs: 75%

In Autobild Allyear tyre 2020 205/55 R16 Stopping Distance test Pirelli Cinturato All Season Plus took place #7 of 32 (62-0 mph)

Stopping distance on dry: 43.5 yards (BEST 43.4 yards)
Stopping distance on wet: 55.9 yards (BEST 49.2 yards)


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