Written on: 15/04/2013
I don't understand all the neg reviews on the p3000 tyres. I brought a 206 quicksilver last month and I'm a heavy driver,I've already driven the car 1500 miles and I think there a decent tyre,I have not lost control in he wet,and stick to he road like glue in the dry. As for noise none.maybe a lot of people OVER STEER there car and loose control (read more)
Written on: 31/08/2012 by phj140256 (1 review written)
I have a fiat panda multijet and from new had continental eco contact,tried the pirelli p3000 on the front and my panda has been transformed, goes around corners in the wet with no sounds of the tyre fighting for grip like the previous, and seem to be wearing well compared to the previous,slightly more noise than the continentals, but the gains as far as improved driveability, is a price worth paying, would buy again. (read more)
Written on: 03/12/2009
I had these tyres on my car just under 2 years. I do on average 30K per year, so the tyres have almost 70K on them. Everywhere I drive it is almost always wet. They handle well on wet and in deep water. I've never had them aqua plain. I drive mainly on motorways and A roads. I've never had a complaint with stopping. The snow performance wasn't great in heavy wet snow, but I bought the tyres for high mileage and wet roads. They have performed brillantly. I drive a Toyota Corolla and... (read more)
Written on: 05/11/2009 by ericnaeluck (1 review written)
The factory fitted Klebers were needing replaced on my Ka, so I bought a set of P3000s. I went for Pirelli because I have used P6000s on my old Volvo and they were great.
What a surprise - the road noise sounds as if I am running with a couple of flats. No confidence in the roadholding as they seem to be ready to break contact at any time.
Should have saved money and bought a budget brand. (read more)
Written on: 29/08/2008
An overall OK tyre, with no sporty qualities and designed for overall long life. Personal experience shows that with episodes of it being driven hard, with some driving on bad roads and without rotation the front can wear off in about 30k-35k km. If driving quietly one can easily expect double that lifetime. (read more)
Written on: 09/08/2008
Had them on my New Hyundai Accent for 35 000 km, rotated at every 15000 km ... and they look almost like new. Never had a traction problem (except int wet country and muddy roads). In the winter they were more than good (2 winters passed and they were slippery on ICE) and they acted normal and in acceptable manner for an All Season (to put it in another way: I wouldn't buy winter tires having those). So I think there have the best quality/price ratio. (read more)
Written on: 17/04/2008
Basically I m reviewing the Pirelli P3000 here to give readers a different view of this tyre than the 2 previous reviewers. I find the tyre absolutely fine for wet conditions! I have only experienced aqua-planing just recently and that was after 3 years and 70,000 km s. I am a hard on my tyres and tend to take roundabouts with as high a speed as I consider responsible so that my tyres wear especially on the edges. Other than that I am a relaxed and responsible driver. Excellent all-round... (read more)
Written on: 21/10/2006 by madmys
The Pirelli P3000 All Season are not suited for all weather conditions and I would only recommended them for use on dry surfaces ONLY. (read more)
Written on: 26/01/2005 by ianobrien (1 review written)
I have Pirelli P3000 all season tyres under a Nissan Micra. The tyres are OK in the dry, but when the road is wet, the tyres have zero grip. I mean, they are dangerous. In the wet, I have experienced sudden understeer, oversteer, full 4 wheel drift, wheel locking under breaking , etc. That may be fun sometimes, but when something happens, you dont know where the car will go.
Avoid the tyres unless you want a heart attack every five minutes! (read more)
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