Pirelli Scorpion Zero Asimmetrico

Dry Grip 80%
Wet Grip 67%
Road Feedback 71%
Handling 74%
Wear 66%
Comfort 77%
Buy again 46%
Snow Grip 80%
Ice Grip 80%

The Pirelli Scorpion Zero Asimmetrico is a Touring All Season tyre designed to be fitted to SUV and 4x4

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Tyre review data from 9 tyre reviews averaging 71% over 201,000 miles driven.

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235/45 R19 £130.00 - £192.49 (17 Prices) Compare Prices >>
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Top Pirelli Scorpion Zero Asimmetrico Review

Given 37% while driving a Jeep cherokee sport (255/40 R20) on mostly motorways for 1,000 spirited miles
poor in wet and poor in comfort, noisy, cant hear people talking, too hard on the road, thus not sticky enough, feels slippery....
47 - tyre reviewed on June 25, 2013   

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Given 87% while driving a Land Rover Range Rover Sport (275/40 R20 W) on a combination of roads for 35,000 spirited miles
Iíve had these tyres for 35,000 miles now, and I have tried the falken fk510, Michelinís pilot sport and the toyo proxes. So Iíve got some to compare it too. In the dry the falkens out perform the proxes massively and the Pirelli scorpions plus michellins somewhat too. The Pirelliís seem to wear the best. They are the best in the wet, and I do off road my Range Rover and donít put winter tyres on. The Pirelli scorpions seem to totally have you covered for the ice and light dustings of snow weíve had in the south of England the last few years. Overall Iím happy to sacrifice a little dry handling and performance for the wet weather ability, winter capabilities, and better wear. Is worth noting that the falkens which drive fantastically are now basically the same price which is a shame as I would in the summer fit a pair on the front, seeing as I use two lots of fronts a year anyway.
0 - tyre reviewed on June 6, 2020   
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Given 60% while driving a Land Rover Range Rover Sport (275/40 R20 W) on mostly motorways for 25,000 spirited miles
Great tyre in the dry but terrible in the wet. On the motorway in wet conditions anything over 60mph risks aqua planning.

Will never buy again
5 - tyre reviewed on November 29, 2018   
Given 80% while driving a Volvo XC70 D5 (235/45 R19 V) on mostly motorways for 20,000 average miles
I drive a Volvo XC70 D5 AWD with Polestar on New Zealand roads. No back country off road yet tried. Tires are as awesome for evrything - wet, dry, conversation and never had an issue there - but they wear so badly. First three months replaced the back two as inside wall failed! A year later chunks of front tire shredded off after a rim rub while daughter was learning to drive - not a severe rub - I was in the car at the time. Today, 2 months after rim job, the rear tire replaced after the first three months is now showing strain on outer wall. Car is not used for anything other than touring, so why so much strain. My son has a Mazda 6, he does worse things than me and hasn't changed a tire in two years!! Looking for alternatives - maybe the AWD is a tough one for tires to handle,
1 - tyre reviewed on April 19, 2017   
Given 60% while driving a Volvo XC70 D5 (225/45 R19 V) on a combination of roads for 2,000 average miles
Good feeling as far as the outside temperature is above 15¬įC. Below, be very carefull on damp roads as there is no longer lateral grip. Starts with understeering even with speed as low as 30mph then oversteers before track control comes into action. I had the same issue with my previous XC70 and moved to Continental which makes you feel much more comfortable. If anyone knows how to make it work on wet, please let me konw.
3 - tyre reviewed on November 6, 2016   

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