Pirelli P7 Cinturato I got these tyres in April 2011, replacing all 4 tyres. My previous tyres were Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric. Tyre size is 225/45 R17 94Y. Note that this is the Cinturato version, not the older (and rather mediocre) P7. In no particular order: Noise Good. They are MUCH quieter than the Eagles, and quieter than michelin Pilot Primacy that I had prior to the Eagles. Comfort Good. Softer sidewall makes for a more comfortable ride than the Eagle. Similar to the Primacy. Handling OK. Nothing like as sharp as the Eagles, but would you expect it to be? Sufficient, however. Wear Very good so far. The Eagles wore so fast you could see it. These much less so. The accord is pretty heavy on tyres but these seem on a par with the primacy (15-20k life), and rather better than the eagles (10k). Snow These are a summer tyre, so not expecting great things, but they are surprisingly reasonable. They don't suffer any of the cold-weather unpredictability of the eagles, and work surprisingly well in slippery conditions. When grip does start to be lost it is progressive and you have warning, they don't snap away. Fuel Economy Definitely better in this regard than the eagle, with much less rolling resistance. Fuel economy is hard to quantify as I've had several months of binding caliper issues which muddy the waters, but prior to those issues I did have some excellent results over the summer. The car definitely rolls easily on these tyres (and that is what they are marketed for). Acceleration grip Fair. The eagles are incredible in this regard, sticking and making fast getaways very easy. The P7s aren't as good, and you wouldn't expect them to be. They're not terrible either. Overall I think the P7 Cinturato is an excellent tyre for the Accord. It's a matter of appropriateness - the Eagles are an amazing sporting tyre. The Accord isn't so much a sporting car, however. It's about comfort and smoothness, and the P7 plays to those strengths far better. I would definitely buy the P7s again.