No sorry, just the Latitude Tour. They were very 'meh'.Are you talking about the Latitude Alpins? How'd you like those in the snow? People on here and online seem to say they're pretty good for winter driving.
This thread is about the Scorpion Zero, not the Verde. Consensus seems to be that the Verde isn't a great performance tire I think?My OEM Latitudes AS 's have about 34K miles are down 4MM in rears - it's time.
Im leaning towards the Scorpion Verde AS as replacement . Seems like the overall feedback/ reviews exceed those of the Latitudes- except for noise at higher mileage .
Anyone put 25- 30K miles on either / both have comment?
Of course they dont have as much grip as a summer tire, they're all seasons...I have these on my GTS and I can't stand them. I drive the car hard, and I find if you tend to push the car at all, these tires do not have as much grip as dedicated summers. I have the winter version of this tire, and it's substantially better than the all-season. The winter tire has more grip in all conditions and is actually quite sticky.
I am going to look for a set of summer tires when the winter tires come off.
Im wondering the same thing.That's strange, I pulled 1g with the Zero AS+, so they have plenty of grips. I wouldn't expect a winter tire to have more grip in all conditions. Maybe you are talking about the Verde and not the Zero?
That's how I feel about the NO Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season tires too. They're good in light snow (not about to drive my Porsche in deep snow), tread life of 520, excellent wet grip, and they handle well when dry.So a thousand miles in and the tires have settled in. The steering response has improved and the vehicle feels well planted. We have had plenty of heavy rain and snow storms to try the tires out and in the worst of conditions the tires have shined. We'll see how they wear but to this point I would not hesitate getting these again.