Pirelli Cinturato All Season SF2
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.
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Latest Pirelli Cinturato All Season SF2 Reviews
(205/55 R16) on
Very good for now, seems that CC2 have seriosly competitor !!! ;)
I bought these tires, pretty happy with them so far. Performance in wet and dry seems good. Also they are very silent and feel grippy.
These are my third new style all seasons. I started with the cross climates on a Mazda 6 1.8 2003. A couple of times in very heavy snow and never felt slippery.
Second weather control 005 evo on a bmw 325xi 2007. During wet and dry happy with the tires. Wet grip was great. but in the snow very slippery even with four wheel drive. And on a bit of slushy ice road pretty much useless. When I applied the brakes the car just didn’t stop lucky no accidents. But I was happy I didn’t encounter the the same amount of snow as I did with the CCs
So now the SF2s on a BMW 420i 2017. Rain and dry no problem like I said they feel the most sticky of the three so far. They are the quietest of the three. Hopefully they will behave better on the snow than the 005s. I noticed that you should make sure that the tire pressure is high when at the low side they wil cup
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