Pirelli CINTURA/TO P1

Dry Grip 86%
Wet Grip 79%
Road Feedback 79%
Handling 73%
Wear 81%
Comfort 89%
Buy again 78%

The Pirelli CINTURATO P1 is a Premium Touring Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car

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Tyre review data from 19 tyre reviews averaging 81% over 121,108 miles driven.

Latest Group Test Results

2013 54 Tyre Braking Test - 2nd of 54 tyres

2013 European Summer Touring Tyre Test - 10th of 19 tyres

  • Positive - Relatively low wear
  • Negative - Compared to the best a little weaker in the wet

2013 ACE Summer Touring Tyre Test - 13th of 16 tyres

Size Fuel Wet Noise Weight
0/0 R0 0         7.18kgs
165/60 R14 75H VERDE E B 69 5.91kgs
185/60 R14 82H VERDE C B 69 6.98kgs
185/60 R14 82H VERDE E B 69 6.90kgs
155/65 R14 75T VERDE C B 68 5.71kgs
165/65 R14 79T VERDE C B 69 6.27kgs
175/65 R14 82T VERDE C B 69 6.68kgs
185/65 R14 86H VERDE C B 69 7.10kgs
185/65 R14 86T VERDE C B 69 7.10kgs
165/70 R14 81T VERDE C B 69 6.56kgs
175/70 R14 88T XL VERDE C B 69 6.92kgs
195/50 R15 82V VERDE C B 69 7.14kgs
175/55 R15 77H VERDE E B 69 6.53kgs
185/55 R15 82H VERDE C B 69 7.00kgs
185/55 R15 82V VERDE C B 69 7.00kgs
195/55 R15 85H VERDE E B 69 7.50kgs
195/55 R15 85V VERDE C B 69 7.17kgs
185/60 R15 88H XL VERDE C B 69 7.54kgs
185/60 R15 84H VERDE E C 68 7.57kgs
195/60 R15 88V VERDE C B 69 8.01kgs
195/60 R15 88H VERDE C B 69 8.01kgs
205/60 R15 91H VERDE C B 70 8.71kgs
205/60 R15 91V VERDE C B 70 8.79kgs
165/65 R15 81T VERDE C B 69 6.42kgs
165/65 R15 81T VERDE E B 70 6.52kgs
175/65 R15 84H VERDE C B 69 6.94kgs
175/65 R15 84T VERDE C B 69 6.94kgs
185/65 R15 92H XL VERDE C B 70 7.69kgs
185/65 R15 92T XL   C C 69 7.48kgs
185/65 R15 88H VERDE C B 69 7.69kgs
185/65 R15 88T VERDE C B 69 7.49kgs
195/65 R15 95T XL VERDE C B 70 8.32kgs
195/65 R15 91T VERDE C B 69 8.32kgs
195/65 R15 91H VERDE C B 69 8.38kgs
195/65 R15 91V VERDE C A 69 8.38kgs
195/65 R15 95T XL   C C 69 8.62kgs
205/65 R15 94H VERDE C B 70 8.89kgs
205/65 R15 94T VERDE C B 70 9.04kgs
215/65 R15 96H VERDE C B 69 9.40kgs
185/55 R16 87H XL VERDE C B 69 7.47kgs
195/55 R16 87V (*) C C 70 9.91kgs
195/55 R16 91V XL VERDE C B 71 8.18kgs
195/55 R16 87H (*) C C 70 9.95kgs
195/55 R16 87H   E C 70 10.11kgs
195/55 R16 87H VERDE C B 69 7.72kgs
195/55 R16 87V VERDE C B 69 7.73kgs
195/55 R16 87T VERDE C B 69 7.68kgs
205/55 R16 91H VERDE B B 70 8.32kgs
195/60 R16 89H   E B 70 9.21kgs
215/50 R17 95V XL VERDE C B 72 9.61kgs
215/50 R17 95V XL VERDE A B 70 8.80kgs
225/50 R17 98V XL VERDE C B 72 9.92kgs
205/55 R17 95V XL VERDE C B 71 9.50kgs

Questions and Answers for the Pirelli CINTURATO P1

2017-03-01 - What is the difference between" Pirelli CINTURATO P1" & " Pirelli Cinturato P1 Verde" ?

The Verde is the updated version of the P1.


2017-11-25 - are they tubeless??

Yes, the Pirelli CINTURATO P1 is a tubeless tyre


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Size Price Range  
175/65 R14 £42.74 - £42.74 (1 Prices) Compare Prices >>
185/60 R14 £51.26 - £51.26 (1 Prices) Compare Prices >>
185/65 R14 £49.78 - £68.80 (15 Prices) Compare Prices >>
195/55 R16 £62.26 - £114.05 (14 Prices) Compare Prices >>
195/65 R15 £43.93 - £107.60 (35 Prices) Compare Prices >>
Available in 28 tyre sizes - View all.

Top Pirelli CINTURATO P1 Review

Given 80% while driving a BMW 130i M (245/35 R18 W) on a combination of roads for 6,000 spirited miles
My previous experience with pirellis are kinda mixed. Used to use the scorpions on our old 7 series. Had good grip when it's new but loses grip below half it's life.

Previously before these Cinturatos, I had the P Zeros. They were good but are kinda expensive from im from. Replaced em with the cinturatos. Didnt expect much from these but they oerformed quite well for their price. Had some aggresive drives. I can even drive at 250kmh with confidence on the highway. Cornerings could've been better. But that's if you're pushing these tyres. They drive pretty comfortably too. Absorbs shocks from bumps quite well than the p zeros and quieter too. Having driven 6k miles with a lot of spirited driving. I was actually hoping it'd wear out so I can get new sets to play with.

My only gripe is the design. The P Zeros were beautiful. In my area, good alternatives would be the good year assymetric 2 and bridgestone adrenaline re003. As they're just slightly priced a lil higher. If you're into performance, get those or spend a lil more for the continental csc5 or Michelin Pilot Sport 3/4. Avoid the Dunlops and Bridgestones at the higher range. They kinda don't perform as well as i thought they would, nor did they last as long. But if you do casual driving but want safe and comfortable quiet and great performing tyres that kinda lasts. These cinturatos are for you.
75 - tyre reviewed on April 5, 2016   

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Given 97% while driving a Vauxhall Vectra V6 (195/65 R15 V) on a combination of roads for 3,000 easy going miles
Got an old vectra wagon, so it was never going to handle well. But the roads where I live a very slippery and with the V6 I got a lot of tyre spin on certain parts in the dry under low acceleration. These new tyres absolutely stopped all of this. Possibly due the old tyres being hard and old, but these were a night and day difference in grip in both wet and dry. Really impressive in the wet actually. I also found the rate at which you lost grip, and then regained it while cornering quite predictable and reassuring. Another noticeable difference was smoothness and quietness of the ride. I have done about 3,000 miles in them, so can't comment on wear yet. If I have one complaint I have the feeling the grip is not the same now as when new - slightly reduced in both wet and dry, but still very good. All in all my confidence in being able to get round a corner and stop in time in an emergency has been greatly increased. So far I am very happy with them, would recommend them and buy them again.
5 - tyre reviewed on November 3, 2018   
Given 100% while driving a Skoda Fabia 1.4TDi (185/60 R14) on mostly country roads for 23,000 average miles
An excellent around tyre, good grip wet and dry. The front tyres are now on the limiter but i did get 23000 miles out of them!!!
21 - tyre reviewed on July 28, 2017   
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Given 87% while driving a Mercedes Benz c 220 cdi (225/45 R17) on mostly motorways for 18,000 average miles
Ive always used Michelins, but I am not disappointed with the life span of these tyres.
We have easy roads here in Australia and I normally drive long hours. Tyres were not that noisy, wet grip was not so perfect just because my car was doing 400Nm with 125kwh. But I would recommend this to average drivers who need no drifting like myself.
14 - tyre reviewed on July 17, 2017   
Given 86% while driving a Toyota Corolla AE101 (225/45 R17) on mostly motorways for 18,000 easy going miles
Had these on my Corolla AE101. Where I come from B$60 each is pretty much a bargain so I got them in favor of the price. Did not expect much from a China made rubber but to my surprise, it performed extremely well. I'll admit, there isn't much can be said on dry except it performed just as good as any similar range tires from reputable brands but on wet, it sure does inspire confidence. Great performance even under heavy tropical downpour. Comfort? Superb bump absorbing capability. What road noise? Bear in mind, I'm into the 3rd year with them and I'm still loving them.
Similar tires used before by price or categories: Bridgestone Turanza ER60, Potenza RE030, Michelin Energy Saver XM2, some stiff ass Falken series.
others: Potenza RE01-R, RE001, RE002, RE750, Silverstone Synergy M5 (suicide tires by the way), Goodyear NCT5, Goodyear Dura Plus, Yokohama ES100, Nankang NS2.
27 - tyre reviewed on August 26, 2016   

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