Originally Posted by lbjgh
That was disappointing!
My old FWD Accord with Nokian Hakkapeliitta RSi cornered, stopped and accelerated better than my AWD Pirelli Sottozero equipped X3.
It felt like I was driving with all-season tires.
Ha, ha - not surprised at all..Exactly how I felt with All Seasons on my X5d.
Put some of those Nokians on the X3 and then report back....Tires make all the difference in the world as I'm sure you know..
I suspect the Pirelli All Season Tires will be fine on cold, cleared streets and barely palatable when there is any significant amount of snow on the ground..
For me, I can live with that for now on this leased 28i - but in my next AWD I'm going back to separate summer sport vs winter fitments.
All Season Tires - the best @ nothing
Current Ride: 2015 M235xi\Melbourne Red\Black Leather\Tech\Cold Weather\Premium\Harmon Kardon\Drivers Assistance\M Sport Exhaust\CF Performance Interior Trim\Sport Black Grills
Previous Rides: X3 28i, E92 M3, E70 X5 35d, E71 X6 50i, E71 X6 35i,E60 550i, E46 M3 Cabriolet, E39 540i, E36 328i