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Topic:pirelli p300 tires
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R.C.HAS ANYONE EXPERIANCED OR HEARD OF ANYTHING GOOD OR BAD ABOUT PIRELLI P300 TIRES? ACCORDING TO THE PIRELLI WEB SITE, THESE WERE RATED TOP FOR SNOW TRACTION (VERY IMPORTANT FOR WHERE I LIVE), BUT I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANY REVIEWS ON THEM. I WONDERING HOW THEY ARE ON DRY AND WET ALSO. CAN ANYONE HELP? THANKS
PTNAYes, the P300 is quite good in snow. However, I would suggest that you wait until we release the P3000 in March. This will be our top line all-season tire with excellent all around performance (traction, handling, noise, etc) that betters the P300.

Steve
Director, Product Engineering
Pirelli Tire North America

TrapperJohnMDWell, of course PTNA is going to say:
THEYYYYRRREE GREAT!

We've put about 10K on my Honda Odyssey with the P3000 (not 300). My wife usually drives it. She's usually oblivious to tires and such and all she usually wants is the minivan to drive down the road. However, even SHE commented about how nice the tires were. I can't think of a better recommendation. Of course, I asked her why they were nice and she really couldn't tell me. I think what she likes is that they don't squirm on grooved pavement or in corners, even with a big heavy minivan, and that they are great on wet roads.

My impressions of the tires are that they do very well in the wet.
They are moderately quiet even at 10K, however they aint silent.
They're adequate in the snow, about on par with other all-seasons.
They have like a 75K warranty and seem to be wearing in accordance.

I'd recommend them.

[This message has been edited by TrapperJohnMD (edited August 23, 2002).]

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