Concernant les Nero, quelques exemples d'avis que je partage a 100% : http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Tyre/Pirelli/PZero-Nero_2.htm
"Given 44% (breakdown) while driving a Holden SS Commodore (245-35-19-)
Driving on a combination of roads for 12,000 spirited miles
In the dry, their performance is average at best but add a bit of rain and you'll struggle to keep up with a corolla on standard 15 inch tyres around corners. They are pathetic. My car is rear wheel drive with 400bhp and as a former racing driver, I drive my car pretty hard at speeds up to 150mph. In the wet, it's like driving on ice
. Shame on Pirelli for producing such a product. Recommend to people who drive like nannies and want 50000 miles out of a set of tyres
. If you like spirited driving, stay clear, there are many better tyres from "lesser" makes.
"Given 46% (breakdown) while driving a Fiat Abarth Punto Evo (215-45-17-)
Driving on a combination of roads for 8,000 spirited miles
As others have commented, these tyres are fine in the dry but appalling in wet or damp conditions. It is almost like driving on ice at times
. However I have found the break away to be fairly progressive and controllable, there's just no grip! A real "Jeykll and Hyde" of a tyre
that I would not recommend for UK conditions. There are much better tyres out there for the money. I can't wait for them to wear out!"
"Given 53% (breakdown) while driving a Fiat 500 Abarth (205-40-17-W)
Driving on a combination of roads for 2,700 average miles
Had many cars, many tyres over the years. Last set of Pirelli's were Rosso, which despite the wear (not good) they were very good all round.
Can't say the same for the Neros. As many others have stated
, they have great dry grip when its warm out but add some of the wet stuff
, which we have plenty of in Scotland, and they're well below par. They simply don't grip in the wet, too much lateral give, slipping when the power is applied. Wet braking is better and they don't lock or slide, but steering and acceleration just don't stack up, and that's not against top-line tyres, they don't stack up against some mid-range, eg Hankook or Avon.
I'm only 2700 miles into these tyres (new car so didn't have a choice) and I've got about 2 months before I switch to winters - will they go back on next spring, doubt it very much! They may have 6.5-7mm remaining but I'm inclined to dump them and go for something better... that's how much I don't like them in the wet
"Given 39% (breakdown) while driving a Ford Mustang gt
Driving on a combination of roads for 15,000 average miles
Supplied as standard on my 2011 Mustang GT
(and also on my earlier 2007GT).
These are a summer tyre - fine in dry hot conditions but are appalling in any form of damp weather.
The tyres are also extremely noisy on all road surfaces.
They wear well - that's their only saving grace. Not recommended as there are much cheaper tyres giving far better performance.
etc, etc, etc.
J'avais deja eu une mauvaise experience avec des P6000 sur une Xr3i. Premier train de 4 pneus impeccable. Je resigne pour 4 et je me retrouve avec une voiture qui glisse des 4 roues meme sur le sec. La seule difference evidente entre les 2 jeux ? L'usine/pays/continent de fabriquation qui etait different.
Maintenant, si quelqu'un veut mes PZero Nero, des 245/45R19 a 50% d'usure, un billet de 100€ pour les 4 et l'affaire est reglee.