A review of Pirelli’s WeatherActive tires

Are you looking for quality tires that will allow you to drive comfortably and confidently year-round? Pirelli’s WeatherActive range is a smart choice. Ideal for summer and fall, these tires have been optimized to keep you safe on the road.

The different types of Pirelli WeatherActive tires

Pirelli’s WeatherActive tires have been engineered to provide an unparalleled driving experience. You can choose from two different models depending on your needs.

Cinturato WeatherActive

The Cinturato WeatherActive tire is the ideal choice for short trips. Designed for driving in urban areas, it has exceptional traction to keep you steady on wet roads. Even when the tread is 90% worn, it offers excellent performance. What’s more, the sipes remain visible up to 66%, which translates into a longer lifespan. For an ultra-comfortable ride, this Pirelli model also features a directional tread pattern to reduce road noise.

Note that the Cinturato WeatherActive tire is available in many different sizes.

Scorpion WeatherActive

The Scorpion WeatherActive tire has deep, continuous sipes, which contribute to its exceptional performance in rainy weather. The three-rib tread block ensures even wear, and the trumpet-shaped lateral grooves quickly force water out to keep you safe on wet roads. The zigzag central groove improves handling performance and braking on snow.

Note that the Scorpion WeatherActive tire is available in many different sizes. It is mainly suitable for utility vehicles and light trucks. Both the Cinturato and the Scorpion come with a 96,560-kilometre or 60,000-mile tread life warranty. They perform equally well when it comes to safety, efficiency, and durability.

Key points about Pirelli’s WeatherActive tires

Backed by the Three-Peak Mountain Snowflake rating

Pirelli’s WeatherActive family has the Three Peak Mountain Snowflake (3PMSF) rating, which certifies that the tires deliver excellent performance even in severe weather conditions. Summer through fall, on wet and rainy days, WeatherActive tires guarantee a smooth drive. You can rely on them no matter the road conditions without compromising on comfort.

Designed for the North American market

Pirelli’s WeatherActive tires are primarily for the North American market. Thanks to their solid tread performance in a broad range of temperatures, you can drive on any road with peace of mind. The tread pattern is designed to give the tire a uniform stiffness for perfect handling. Moreover, even when the tread is 90% worn, the sipes remain visible up to 66%, resulting in a longer lifespan.

Why choose Pirelli’s WeatherActive tires?

There are many good reasons to choose Pirelli’s all-weather tires:

  • All-season: You get high-performance tires year-round, except in winter, and save on costs. WeatherActive tires are versatile. They contain polymers and resins that considerably improve the tire’s performance, even in light snow.
  • Reliability: WeatherActive tires are extremely reliable. They’re designed with quality materials for an enhanced driving experience. Although they aren’t suitable for temperatures below -10°C, WeatherActive tires still perform well in tougher weather.
  • Better grip: Pirelli’s WeatherActive tires offer outstanding grip in all road conditions. No matter the season, they remain flexible and provide superb performance.

In addition to the above-mentioned benefits, these tires have an advanced tread design lets you enjoy a quiet and comfortable drive. Plus, these technical features ultimately result in greater mileage!

When to install Pirelli’s WeatherActive tires

Pirelli’s all-season WeatherActive tires are suitable throughout the year except in winter. Their superior traction, control, and road handling mean you can drive in perfect safety. In rainy weather, their lateral grooves force water out more easily to reduce the risk of hydroplaning. What’s more, the unique tread design allows them to retain their stiffness.

In other words, the WeatherActive range is a wise choice until winter is on the horizon. These high-quality Pirelli tires promise comfort, peace of mind, and confidence on the road!

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Traction - dry road

Dry-road traction is a tire's ability to brake effectively and respond well to the steering wheel on dry roads.

Traction - wet road

Wet traction is a tire's resistance to hydroplaning and its ability to provide safe driving in wet conditions.

Traction - snowy road

Snow-covered road traction is a tire's ability to operate on partially or completely snow-covered pavement.

Traction - icy road

Ice traction is a tire's ability to operate on partially or completely ice-covered pavement.

Durability

Durability refers to how many kilometres a tire can go before it stops performing.

Comfort/noise

Comfort refers to the ride quality of a tire and the noise it emits on the road.