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Old 12-30-2017, 01:05 PM   #1
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In mid-November I replaced the R19 Continentals which came with my new '14 V6 PP. The Mustang is my daily driver and while I don't race I do get up to speed on open roads. My one complaint over time had been the amount of road noise I encountered, especially on the highway. The Pirelli PZeros I bought are superb - they handle well and my ride at all speeds is a much quieter experience.
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Pirelli's quiet, that's a first!
Mine are noisy as hell compared to the Michelins we have on the Fusion and Edge.
They have lasted forever though.
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I had a 15 PP and now have a 17 PP. The P-Zeros on both the cars were very quiet and also comfortable for a max performance summer tire. They don't wear well but they are quiet and comfortable for sure.
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Glad to learn the Pirellis are working well for you, dgc333. Mine are all-seasons (California), and I made the post on the forum as I'd heard in the past that Pirellis were horribly loud. I went to the tire shop ready to buy a set of Michelins, but was told that the PZeros are extremely quiet. They are!
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P Zero's on my 2013 Performance Package made it until about 7500 miles, halfway through the second rotation and started getting noisy. The P Zero Nero's on my 2010 went to about 15,000 before they got noisy.
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Compared to what's available on the market Pirelli's are on the low end all around.
There's a reason why most people **** on them.
My all seasons are just "okay" but my next set definitely won't be P Zeros, they just came with the set of wheels bought from AM.

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i've got absolutely none of the problems here everyone complains about with pirelli p-zeros. i love them. they're 10x better than the BFG's that came from the factory on mine.
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