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The Pirelli Cinturato Strada, a Discount Tire exclusive tire, delivers all-season performance, responsive handling, and a smooth, quiet ride. With its dense siping pattern, the Cinturato Strada delivers excellent all-season grip. Its asymmetric tread design places more rubber at the outside shoulder to deliver highly responsive control in turns. The optimized pitch sequencing and angled lateral grooves cancel out road noise for a pleasant ride that’s backed by a 70,000-mile limited treadwear warranty. If you want luxury, all-season performance, the Pirelli Cinturato Strada is the tire for you.


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UTQG: 700 A, A
Warranty: 70,000 Miles

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So it's the Discount Tire version of the P7?

Is there anywhere to find the weight? The P7's are awesome, but a little heavier than comparable options.
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So it's the Discount Tire version of the P7?

Is there anywhere to find the weight? The P7's are awesome, but a little heavier than comparable options.
The Strada All-Season is comparable to the P7 All-Season. The main difference you'll see between the two is longevity; with the Strada carrying a higher treadwear rating.

As for weight, I'd be happy to compare the two; just let us know which size.

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The Strada All-Season is comparable to the P7 All-Season. The main difference you'll see between the two is longevity; with the Strada carrying a higher treadwear rating.

As for weight, I'd be happy to compare the two; just let us know which size.
Ah sorry I meant to say the P7 Plus. I can see the little differences between the two now.

Strada - P7 Plus


Comparing the 225/55r19 sizes, I see that they have the same specs and price:

Warranty 70,000 Miles
Treadwear 700
Traction A
Temperature A
Load Range SL
Speed Rating H

Do you have any info on the design differences?

Any weight difference between the two? And does the Strada have the same LRR traits?
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Thank you for specifying, Donkey Grundle.

The Strada utilizes similar internal carcass construction and tread pattern. As you likely noticed, the siping density/style is a little different between these two models. As for rubber compounding... there is a difference; the Strada does not have the same LRR properties. When it comes to weight, we show the Strada at 28lbs and the P7 A/S+ at 27lbs for the 225/55R-19 size.

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