The new Cinturato All Season SF 2 represents a significant step forward for a Pirelli all season tire.
The new tire offers 3.5 meters shorter dry braking and 2 meters shorter wet braking than the previous version of the tire, better snow performance and a near 50% improvement in tread life compared to the previous Cinturato All Season Plus.
The Cinturato All Season SF2 is available in 65 sizes, from 15 to 20 inches and in certain sizes is available in runflat, seal and electric car specific versions.
This tire replaced the Pirelli Cinturato All Season Plus.
Tire review data from 12 tire reviews averaging 77% over 64,500 miles driven.
The Cinturato All Season SF2 is ranked 23rd of 57 All Season Premium Touring tires.
In Depth Tire Comparisons
2023 Auto Zeitung All Season Tire Test - 5th of 9 tires
2023 Auto Bild All Season Tire Test - 5th of 18 tires
2023 All Season Tire 35 Set Shootout - 3rd of 35 tiresView Full Test >>
2021-08-11 - Do they offer better performance compared to Micheline CrossClimate+ (or CrossClimate 2)?
This should be better than the CC+ and close to the CC2, check out our all season tire test for full details.
2021-11-03 - Is this tire also the quietest on the test All season tire 2021 when we talk about internal noise also??? Tnx.
Unfortunately I've not seen any internal noise tests of the SF2. There is usually a correlation between comfort and internal noise.
2022-01-10 - What is the Wear like on these tires as it has not been rated when viewing the Tire Reviews?
You can see a wear test of the Pirelli Cinturato All Season SF2 in the 2021 Auto Bild All Season Test here. The test showed the SF2 has below average wear for the category.
2023-02-21 - Do the lower profile tires have rim protection? Some say Yes and some say No... For example: 235/40/R18
Some do and some don't, I'm afraid I don't have a list of all the sizes though. I would suggest contacting Pirelli directly who should be able to answer. FYI rim protection based on size is very normal (and frustrating!)
2023-11-06 - Comment in test: "Lower rolling resistance indicates better fuel efficiency. Pirelli Cinturato All Season SF2 had the lowest rolling resistance at 8kg/t, while Nexen N Blue 4Season 2 had the highest at 10.2kg/t." Here (above): "Negative - Increased rolling resistance, average mileage." What is true? High rolling resistance or low rolling resistance?
Typo in the data, the comment is correct, it has high rolling resistance.
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