The Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season is a Premium Touring All Season tire designed to be fitted to SUV and 4x4s.
Tire review data from 59 tire reviews averaging 68% over 954,557 miles driven.
The Scorpion Verde All Season is ranked 16th of 19 All Season Premium Touring tires.
2019 Auto Bild 4x4 All Season Tire Test - 10th of 12 tires
2015 Auto Bild SUV All Season Tire Test - 4th of 6 tires
2017-11-27 - I am interested in 19" All Season Tires, which I am finding difficult to find, as the tire size is not popular. Which makers for this size, have the 3 peaks symbol. If 'All Season Tires' don't have the 3 peaks symbol are they still legal in Germany during the winter i.e. do 'All Season Tires' qualify as Mud & Snow, which I understand is legal during the winter in Germany.
The all season tire would still need the M+S marking printed on it, which you would need to check for each pattern you are looking at. Depending on what size your wheels are, a full winter tire like the Continental WinterContact TS850 P might be the best "all season" tire available, but I'd still recommend switching to real summers whatever tire you get (as the CrossClimate isn't made in your size)
2018-04-03 - Got myself a used VW Touareg about 6 months ago and now need new boots; I live in the north of England and drive a lot on small roads in the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District really wanted something for all seasons but the choice is somewhat limited due to my tire size: 275/45 r20 have narrowed it down to Pirelli Scorpion Verde alll season, Goodyear Eagle LS2 & Continental ContiCross Contact LX Sport. The later two aren’t sold as all season but do have the M&S marking. Also possibly General Grabber AT3 but I’dont do that much off road just a few farm tracks and fields. Do you think I’m thinking on the right lines? And any tips/ recommendations? Thanks.
I'm a little out of my depth with these tires! The Scorpion Verde All Season is a good shout, however don't expect miracles in snow and ice as these aren't "three peak mountain and snowflake symbol" marked.
2021-06-14 - Is this tire directional?
The Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season looks to be an asymmetric tire.
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