Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season Plus Review


Pirelli SCORPION VERDE ALL SEASON PLUS Full - 660x550

16"
235/70R16
17"
225/65R17
235/65R17
245/65R17
245/70R17
255/60R17
265/65R17
265/70R17
18"
235/55R18
235/60R18
235/65R18
245/60R18
255/55R18
255/65R18
265/60R18
265/65R18
275/65R18
19"
235/50R19
235/55R19
245/55R19
255/50R19
255/60R19
265/50R19
275/55R19
20"
235/55R20
255/50R20
255/55R20
265/45R20
265/50R20
275/45R20
275/55R20
275/60R20
285/50R20
22"
275/50R22
285/45R22
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The Good
  • Stellar handling on dry and wet surfaces
  • Ride comfort is outstanding
  • Large selection of sizes available
  • Exceptional tire for bad weather
  • Good tread life and wears evenly
The Bad
  • Developes road noise at speeds of over 50mph as they start to wear
  • Difficult to keep steady when driving on ice
Dry Performance93
Wet Performance91
Winter Performance78
Comfort91
Treadwear85
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Are you looking to replace the tires on your pickup, sport utility or crossover vehicle?

Do you need a tire that’s versatile enough to rapidly respond to changing weather conditions throughout the year?

You want a well balanced tire with the performance,mileage and winter capability to make it worth your money.

Well if you want spirited handling performance without sacrificing tread life, the Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season Plus is a great choice of tire to keep you safe and glued to the road all year round. It’s a real step up in class and performance from the original Scorpion Verde all season tire.

The Scorpion Verde is an environmentally friendly tire with low rolling resistance and lighter weight for better fuel efficiency and savings to deliver an overall cleaner carbon footprint.

But the question is, has performance been neglected in favor of lower carbon emissions?

To retain year-round traction in dry, wet and wintertime conditions, the Scorpion Verde All Season Plus utilizes a silica-enhanced tread compound that’s molded into an asymmetric tread design for outstanding grip in all types of driving conditions. These tires power their way through rain,puddles, hail and snow to bring you wherever you need to go.
PI Scorpion Verde All Season Plus Tread

Dry road handling and braking is excellent, while the tire’s stiff sidewall produce cornering capabilities that exceed expectations for an all season tire.

Well what about ride comfort? To soak up road imperfections and keep you comfortable, the internal structure of the Scorpion Verde All Season Plus contains two high-tensile steel belts and a polyester cord body for added strength and durability. They generally behave themselves well on the road but can get a bit noisy as they start to wear, particularly when you hit speeds of over 50mph on the highway.

How well do they withstand the winter weather?

The tread of the Scorpion Verde All Season Plus has four wide circumferential grooves to dispel water from the tire’s footprint for wicked wet traction and an impenetrable defense to hydroplaning. Resulting in a high level of handling and braking on wet pavement that gives up control. They grip the road in even the rainiest conditions so you’ll feel very comfortable driving in wet weather.

And the tire’s longitudinal sipes encourage lateral stability while high-density lateral sipes assure traction on wet and snow covered roads.

Winter is coming and the Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season plus is ready for whatever it brings. These tires laugh in the face of everything but very deep snow and black ice. If you unfortunately live in an area where the sun don’t shine, you can be sure that you want the Scorpion Verde by your side. Simply an exceptional tire for bad weather. Even if they are a little difficult to keep steady when driving on thick ice.

Pirelli have made the Scorpion Verde All Season Plus available in sizes ranging from 16 to 22 inches and stand behind their tire with a 65,000 mile tread warranty and offer a 30 day customer satisfaction guarantee. So if you have any issues or problems with the tire,you can come back and change them on the condition they’re replaced with another Pirelli product. They’re not as expensive as other top tires in the class, like the Michelin Premier LTX, but they’re more than a match performance wise.

Author: Cian Kelly

I'm a 23 year old driving addict, car fanatic and writer. I spend most my time rallying around the wet roads of the Irish countryside and producing engaging and informative content for local car dealers.

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