Pirelli XL P ZERO

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Rs.14203-47375*
  • Ideal For
    Sporty driveHighway drive
  • Features
    High PerformanceWet GripDry GripHandlingLong tyre lifeBetter brakingComfortLow noise
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More Variants Of XL P ZERO

Tyre SizeTypePrice
275/45 R20 110Y
TubelessRs.31027
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255/50 R19 103W
TubelessRs.21400
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255/45 R18 99Y
TubelessRs.24988
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245/50 R18 100W
TubelessRs.23161
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225/45 R17 91W XL
TubelessRs.14203
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235/35 ZR19 91Y
TubelessRs.32063
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255/55 ZR18 109Y XL
TubelessRs.21560
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275/35 ZR20 105Z
TubelessRs.38737
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275/45 ZR20 110Y XL
TubelessRs.34971
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295/30 ZR19 100Y XL
TubelessRs.47375
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295/35 ZR21 107Y XL
TubelessRs.40000
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305/30 ZR19 102Y
TubelessRs.42061
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Features

About Pirelli XL P ZERO

An Ultra High Performance (UHP) tyre, it offers exceptional handling and agility at high speeds. A popular with supercar makers as Original Equipment choice, P Zero comes equipped with a sticky rubber compound for superior dry and wet traction.

Ideal for- Track use and Highway drives

Key Features & Benefits

  • S-Shape tread pattern makes for exceptional safety while braking very high speeds
  • Longitudinal grooves make for quick expulsion of water to offer superior wet grip
  • 3 Solid central ribs make for exceptional handling and steering control at high speeds
  • Special compound makes for longer tyre life as compared to other UHP tyres
  • Strong shoulder construction makes for superior cornering capabilities

Warranty

Standard Manufacturer's Warranty:4 Years

What is covered and for how long?

All Pirelli brand tires are covered by a warranty against defects in workmanship and materials for 48 

months (4 years) from the date of manufacture OR for the life of the original usable tread, whichever 

occurs first.

A tyre is considered to have delivered it’s original usable tread and it’s warranty ends when at least one 

Tread Wear Indicator (T.W.I.) becomes visible, regardless of age or mileage. The TWI’s indicate the legal 

minimum tread depth of 1.6mm for passenger car, truck and light truck tyres.

Tyres with an alleged anomaly must be presented to an authorized Pirelli Dealer and a Pirelli claim form 

must be completed in all it’s parts and signed by the owner of the tyre.

If a Pirelli brand tyre becomes unserviceable due to workmanship or material anomalies, the owner must 

pay the cost for a new Pirelli tyre on a pro-rata basis. The authorized Pirelli Dealer will determine the cost 

by multiplying the percentage of the original usable tread worn by the current dealer selling price. The 

owner must pay for any associated service charges, including mounting and balancing of the tyre.

Exclusions:

  • Tyres transferred from the original vehicle on which they were originally installed.
  • Tyres which have been re-treaded, re-grooved or repaired by a third party.
  • Tyres with puncture / accidental damage repairs
  • Tyres which have been modified by the addition or removal of material or any tyre intentionally altered to change it’s appearance.
  • Tyres injected with liquid balancer or sealant or in which anything other than air or nitrogen has been used as a support medium.
  • Tyres used in racing or other competitive motor sport events.
  • Tyre un-serviceability caused by tyre operation in excess of tyre / wheel manufacturers specifications and recommendations.
  •  Ride or vehicle vibration related anomalies after the first 20% 
  • of tread groove depth. 
  • Ride or vehicle vibration related anomalies where the vehicle concerned is not also made available for examination.
  • Tyres which were mis-applied due to insufficient speed rating, 
  • load index, undersized or oversized tyres.
  •  Tyres which became unserviceable because of a mechanical irregularity in the vehicle such asmisalignment, defective brakes, defective shock absorbers, or improper wheel rims.
  •  Tyres damaged by fire, climatic factors, chemical corrosion, vandalism, accidents, snow chains, theft, run whilst flat, under-inflated, over-inflated or abused during servicing.
  • Flat spotting caused by improper transport or storage.
  •  Tyres which become unserviceable because of road hazard damage (eg. nails, glass, metal objects) or other penetrations or snags, bruises or impact damage.
  • Tyres damaged from improper mounting / demounting practices.
  • Tyres whose trademark, serial number or DOT are worn off or show signs of having been tampered with.

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