About this item
About this item
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Pirelli P4 Four Seasons Tire, P195/65R15 91T BW:
- Variable angle grooves provide greater mechanical grip for improved steering response
- Reinforced Pirelli tire shoulders enhance stability for higher mileage and more even wear
- Continuous center rib furnishes better handling by offering high wear characteristics for extended durability
- Central longitudinal grooves minimize the risk of hydro-planing by expelling the maxiumum amount of water
- This Pirelli P4 Four Seasons tire is covered by the manufacturer's limited 85,000-mile treadwear warranty
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- Treadwear Warranty: 85,000 miles
- Tire Type: Passenger-Touring
- Sidewall: Black Sidewall
- Speed Rating: T
- Load Index: 91
- Speed Rating Translation: 118 mph
- Load Index Translation: 1356 lbs.
|Tire Season:||All Season|
|Tire Load Index:||91|
|Tire Temperature Rating:||B|
|Tire Sidewall Style:||Black Sidewall|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||1701100|
|Tire Traction Rating:||A|
|Tire Speed Rating:||T|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||25.00 x 7.68 x 25.00 Inches|
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- According to Consumer Reports, the Pirelli P4 "Comes with a 85,000 mile tread wear warranty." CR also says "Pirelli is based in Milan, Italy, and it has a U.S. manufacturing plant in Rome, Ga. Pirelli caters to the high-end market with tires commonly found on luxury and sports cars."by YermoJoe8/26/2016Was this answer helpful? (4) (0)Was this answer helpful?
Q. What is the tread wear rating? What is the traction score? What is the temperature rating?
- According to Tirerack.com, this Pirelli P4 P205/60R16 92T tire is rated 760 for tread wear A for traction B for temperature Overall it came in #4 in a Standard Touring All-Season survey on the same above referenced website.by OutbackJim4/16/2016Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?