My '58 plate GTi came with Pirelli P Zero Rosso 225/40 18 all round (IIRC). I couldn't find them last time so I fitted Michelin Pilot Sport 3 on the back. No complaints about them but nothing to rave about. I don't take the car to the track and I drive briskly but not like a rally driver on the road. Last year I fitted Michelin Cross Climate on our Mini in case we got snow as I have an 8 mile cross country school run. The weather in East Anglia was mild and never saw snow, they were fine in the wet and cold though and were a massive ride improvement over the Bridgestone runflats. Now I need new fronts again for the GTi and I have a choice. Pirelli P Zero - £104.99 each Fuel E Wet A 72dB Load index 92 Y speed rated 225/40Y18 (92) Michelin Pilot Sport 4 - £117.30 each Fuel C Wet A 71dB Load index 92 Y speed rated 225/40Y18 (92) Pirelli P Zero Rosso - £127.50 each Fuel E Wet A 71dB Load index 88 Y speed rated 225/40Y18 (88) Michelin Cross Climate - £128.50 each Fuel C Wet B 69dB Load index 92 Y speed rated 225/40Y18 (92) I have a sneaky suspicion that I wouldn't tell the difference between any of these but what would you choose and why?