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Cooper Zeon ZPT

Cooper's Zeon ZPT is an all season high performance tire built for low-profile applications and the tuner market. Perfect for plus fitments, the Zeon ZPT offers an aggressive, directional look at a very competitive price point.
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Tire Size UTQG Rating Service Description Load/Ply Rating Mileage Warranty Sidewall Per Tire Best Price Guarantee Add To Cart
195/50R15 380 A A 82H - N/A Black Wall $ 58.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
205/40R17 380 A A 84H - N/A Black Wall $ 76.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
205/45R16 380 A A 83H - N/A Black Wall $ 82.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
205/50R15 380 A A 86H - N/A Black Wall $ 67.00 lowest-price-button_tn Call
215/35R18 380 A A 84H - N/A Black Wall $ 101.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
215/45R17 380 A A 87H - N/A Black Wall $ 87.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
215/45R18 380 A A 89H - N/A Black Wall $ 112.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
225/40R18 380 A A 88H - N/A Black Wall $ 107.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
225/45R17 380 A A 91H - N/A Black Wall $ 93.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
225/50R16 380 A A 92H - N/A Black Wall $ 80.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
235/40R18 380 A A 91H - N/A Black Wall $ 115.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
235/45R17 380 A A 94H - N/A Black Wall $ 97.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
245/40R18 380 A A 97H - N/A Black Wall $ 137.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
245/45R17 380 A A 95H - N/A Black Wall $ 100.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
245/50R16 380 A A 97H - N/A Black Wall $ 88.00 lowest-price-button_tn Call

The ZPT's directional tread pattern is great for traction and handling, especially in wet weather, where it evacuates water to prevent hydroplaning. The engineered package is a combination of a spiral wound nylon overwrap, steel belts, and polyester cord, which enhances response and sharpens handling.

  • Directional tread: Helps prevent hydroplaning and provides outstanding traction and handling.
  • H-speed rating: Meets H rated speed criteria of 130 mph indoor wheel tests.
  • Performance engineered package: Combines spiral wound nylon overwrap, steel belts, and polyester cord body, for a responsive handling package.
  • All Season Capabilities: With an open, directional tread design, The ZPT provides excellent traction in both wet and dry conditions.
Avg. Customer Review:    6star
Reviewed by 25 customers - Own these tires? Write a Review.
The most helpful favorable review

8star (4.0/ 5.0)
A lot of tire for the money but...

By BW from Birmingham Alabama on Vehicle: 2006 MAZDA Mazda6
Miles Driven on Tires: 18000
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

61 of 70 people found the following review helpful:

The tires are a lot of bang for the buck as most tires in this size are either $125 each or even up to $200++ I have purchased 3 sets of these and literally have a set stored in my garage because of the good price here on this site. Great dry grip, slightly questionable in the rain at times. But, for the money and overall features I can live what that. You should not be disappointed unless you drive like a bat of out of hell.


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The most helpful critical review

2star (1.0/ 5.0)
Very Noisy

By Andrew from Newark NY on Vehicle: 2006 Acura TL
Miles Driven on Tires: 350
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Mostly City
Would buy Tire Again?: no

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:

I own a automotive shop and sell cooper tires I absoutly hate these tires the road noise on dry pavment is horrible. It made me think I had a bad wheel bearing, but I come to find out it was the tires. I would never sell to a customer or recommend them to anybody. But for the price I paid, I shouldn't be complaining.


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10star (5.0/ 5.0)
Zeon zpt

By Hoover from Cedar Rapids Iowa on Vehicle: 2008 Lamborghini Gallardo
Miles Driven on Tires: 100
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

I put this tire on a Triumph Rocket 3 for use with a sidecar. Nice looking tire with aggressive tread. Plenty of clearance with a standard ride height motorcycle. I do not have a Lamborghini but Triumph was not an option for me to choose.


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10star (5.0/ 5.0)
Absolutely love these tires!!!!

By Matt from Dekalb Illinois on Vehicle: 1997 Subaru Legacy
Miles Driven on Tires: 65000
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

Bought a set 4 years ago, and love the design of the tire but had little hope since they were so cheap. But low and behold they are the best i've ever had! YES they do loose air, easy fix though! When having them installed, have them put a bead sealer on them and that fixes that problem. Second they make some noise, but not bad at all, the roads them selves make more noise so I see no problems there. I have already got three other sets for my other cars and plan on getting another set in the near future. Remember, when getting these installed, have a bead seal put on and get alignment and regularly check tire pressure to maintain even tread wear, do these and these are great tires for anybody!!!


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9star (4.5/ 5.0)
VERY GOOD

By JERRY from GREEN COVE SPRINGS FL on Vehicle: 2000 Chevrolet Camaro
Miles Driven on Tires: 300
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

I RECEIVED THESE TIRES IN ONE DAY AND HAD THEM PUT ON THE NEXT AND SO FAR THEY HAVE WORKED OUT JUST FINE.


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9star (4.5/ 5.0)
Love em

By Allen from Columbus Ohio on Vehicle: 2002 Lexus IS300
Miles Driven on Tires: 1
Driving Style: Aggressive
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

Got these on my 5speed IS300 when I bought it used. All tread depths were at 6/32nds. I haven't had any road noise, cupping, or anything drastic happen to these tires. Grip isn't perfect, but still drives well through snow and heavy rain. I think everyone else who left a review just doesn't know how to drive per weather situation. I do drift it rarely, they grip when you want them to, and they break traction when you want them to.


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9star (4.5/ 5.0)
Great Tire

By Tanner from Binghamton NY on Vehicle: 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
Miles Driven on Tires: 3000
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:

I bought my Cobalt last summer with these tires on them practically brand new. Not quite sure why other people are saying they are noisy. On my SS they are phenomenal. They look sporty which is a plus and have outstanding grip when dry. My cobalt is more of a show car so I don't drive it during winter. However I will agree with some other reviewers in that when the roads are wet these tires don't get the greatest of traction. All in all excellent buy for the money without a doubt.


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9star (4.5/ 5.0)
great affordable tire

By Guy from Dallas/Lubbock Texas on Vehicle: 2000 Pontiac Firebird
Miles Driven on Tires: 15000
Driving Style: Aggressive
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

3 of 5 people found the following review helpful:

These tires came on the car when I bought it. Very impressed with them even before I knew how inexpensive they are. I drive the CRAP out of these things and have put a little over 15000 miles on them and they are now getting to the point of needing to be replaced. Excellent dry traction, wet traction is a whole different story. It's not that it is bad, it's that it is non-existent. But anyone who said they were completely disappointed just needs to see prices of other tires of the same or similar size. Great value and a lot of tire for only 90 bucks!!!!!


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9star (4.5/ 5.0)
Happy

By HLC from HDG MD on Vehicle: 2009 Volkswagen GTi
Miles Driven on Tires: 300
Driving Style: Aggressive
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:

Started off really noisy and rumbly but have quieted and smoothed out. Really nice grip in dry and rain, snow is adverage. Vary happy with the tire. Actually have a set on a '99 Miata and about 3,000 on them and they are running really smooth.


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9star (4.5/ 5.0)
Best Bang for the Buck

By Drew from Pittsburgh pa on Vehicle: 2005 Kia Spectra
Miles Driven on Tires: 40000
Driving Style: Aggressive
Driving Conditions: Mostly City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful:

I've had these tires for 40,000 thousand miles now and they still look good. They are great in the rain so so in the snow. But I have winter tires for snow. Great buy for the money.


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8star (4.0/ 5.0)
ZPT

By Steven from Woodstock N.Y. on Vehicle: 1995 Honda Civic
Miles Driven on Tires: 2000
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

Too soon to have a complete feel for tire performance. Bought tire for solid performance in rain, and so far it seems to do well in wet conditions.


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8star (4.0/ 5.0)
Decent enough

By Russ from Columbus Indiana on Vehicle: 1994 Pontiac Firebird
Miles Driven on Tires: 10000
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

These were on the car when I got it. They're fine dry, decent in rain or snow. I got where I was going in the snow, and that's saying something in this car. Definitely not winter tires though. Biggest downside is all 4 tires are cupping in the outer blocks despite never having gone low and very low mileage on the car. This is giving off a little noise but not bad.


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8star (4.0/ 5.0)
Great snow and dry grip!!!

By Shaya from Laguna hills California on Vehicle: 2005 Mazda Mazda3
Miles Driven on Tires: 10000
Driving Style: Aggressive
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

14 of 15 people found the following review helpful:

I've had these tires for just about 10k miles,the dry grip it's very good, I've never lost traction even while driving spirited. I use them about 12 times a year in light to moderate snow 0-6 inches or so, and they hold up pretty well, but when driving in rain, they are somewhat questionable at times, might not be the best tire if it rains a lot where you live, but it's perfect for southern California.


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8star (4.0/ 5.0)
Better Than Expected

By Lamonte from Aurora CO on Vehicle: 2007 Mazda Mazdaspeed6
Miles Driven on Tires: 650
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

12 of 17 people found the following review helpful:

This tire is truly a GREAT Tire. Have never owned a Cooper Tire, but will definitely buy this tire again, especially for the price. I have driven nearly 700 miles and the tires still have the "Nobbies" on the tread side. I am expecting this tire to last a while. Definitely worth buying.


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7star (3.5/ 5.0)
dry yes, wet not so much

By Cody from Terre Haute  Indiana on Vehicle: 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer
Miles Driven on Tires: 1500
Driving Style: Aggressive
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: no

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful:

I have never owned Cooper tires but these came on the car when I bought it. A lot more road noise than previous tires I've used. Handling is fairly good when roads dry but almost impossible to drive "spirited" when it has rained or is raining because all they do is spin. Wouldn't be a bad tire if you live somewhere where it rarely rains.


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6star (3.0/ 5.0)
This is a show tire

By Frederick from Rochester NY on Vehicle: 2009 Toyota Matrix
Miles Driven on Tires: 15000
Driving Style: Aggressive
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: no

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:

Pros: Inexpensive, looks great, good tread wear, decent dry handling. Cons: Scary in the rain, absolutely worthless in the snow, starts out reasonably quiet but quickly turns obnoxious. First of all, I can't be too hard on Cooper because they're quick to point out that this tires' "racer look" is it's strongest selling point. Basically what you're getting here is a show tire. Ignore it's 'all season' designation. It's good enough for cruising around in the summer, but it can't handle any kind of weather. These tires also become very slick in the cold, even if the roads are dry. I will say they are holding up very well though given my driving style and my car's very front biased weight distribution.


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5star (2.5/ 5.0)
Chinese made tire

By George from Nashville TN on Vehicle: 2004 Audi A4
Miles Driven on Tires: 3000
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Mostly Highway
Would buy Tire Again?: no

4 of 10 people found the following review helpful:

I bought Cooper tires because they're generally really good, American made tires; however the Zeons are made in China. I won't buy these again.


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4star (2.0/ 5.0)
very mediocre tire

By J from Kokomo In on Vehicle: 2001 Ford Focus
Miles Driven on Tires: 15000
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Mostly Highway
Would buy Tire Again?: no

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

I've had these on my car for a while now and honestly, I don't like them. Dry grip is good, but nothing exceptional. Wet grip is poor but not horrible. Cornering is just OK, at best. Responsiveness is pretty good, but I've had much better. They are reasonably comfortable. They are wearing VERY good. The biggest negative though is they are LOUD LOUD LOUD! Obnoxiously loud. Part of this is Ford's wonderful rear alignment specs on a Focus causes tires to cup up and wear. Once the cupping set in, these things roar like a full on Mud tire; their awful. They weren't too quiet when they were new so I don't think they would have ever been a quiet tire. Between the roaring noise, the putrid wet grip and overall "mediocrity" of these tires I would not buy again. There are just FAR better options out there.


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4star (2.0/ 5.0)
Slippery when wet

By Coop from Reading Pa on Vehicle: 2004 Ford Mustang
Miles Driven on Tires: 18000
Driving Style: Aggressive
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: no

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

I bought these thinking I got at least a Z-rated tire. (Trusting the installer knew what he was doing). Nothing against Cooper tires, but these are scary to drive on wet roads. It would seem like I was on ice trying to pull away from a traffic light. I don't do burnouts, on purpose anyways, but these tires would not hook up on aggressive acceleration when the road was even dry. Wrong tire for the car I suppose, but the wet road lack of traction is inexcusable. I actually would slow down to speeds as if I was driving on snow. That's how bad my confidence level was when the road was wet. I've had Fierce, Bf Goodrich KDW2 (too noisy, but awesome handling) and Goodyear Gatorbacks, these were the least handling.


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4star (2.0/ 5.0)
ehhh....

By Diego Galarza from Waukegan Illinois on Vehicle: 1999 Honda Civic
Miles Driven on Tires: 5000
Driving Style: Aggressive
Driving Conditions: Mostly City
Would buy Tire Again?: no

2 of 7 people found the following review helpful:

I bought this specific tire because of the reviews, BAD idea I made a horrible mistake.


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4star (2.0/ 5.0)
Cooper Tires

By chaz from wooster ohio on Vehicle: 2006 Mazda Mazda6
Miles Driven on Tires: 8000
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: no

8 of 15 people found the following review helpful:

I have had Cooper Tires before and nothing but trouble with them and not very good representation. These tires do handle fairly well on dry,wet pavement, however they are noisey, lousy in any sort of snow and have the same problem that the other coopers had, will not hold air. I have had these tires mounted and remounted and still will not keep air for very long. Do not know what flaws Cooper has in their tires, but I personally won't buy any of their tires again.


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3star (1.5/ 5.0)
Very noisy

By G from Fort Collins Colorado on Vehicle: 2008 Mazda Mazdaspeed3
Miles Driven on Tires: 12000
Driving Style: Aggressive
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: no

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

OK in the dry, bad in the snow and the cold (I literally took a chunk out of one tire on a curb when it was about 15 degrees), and absolutely terrible in terms of road noise - particularly on the highway. Completely inadequate for the power I'm putting down in a straight line (about 290whp) even though they have plenty of grip left. They came on the car when I bought it and I will be replacing them with something more capable.


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2star (1.0/ 5.0)
The worst

By Marc from Buena Vista Sk on Vehicle: 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer
Miles Driven on Tires: 10000
Driving Style: Aggressive
Driving Conditions: Mostly Highway
Would buy Tire Again?: no

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

The tires started out alright. Good on dry, not so good on wet, and useless in snow. They were never a quiet tire from the get go. Now they are worn a bit and sooooo bad that I literally have to drive my car with the stereo volume almost maxed out to drown the noise that they make on the highway. The Zeon is an awful, awful tire. You dont spend alot for them but you definitely get what you pay for with them. And always troubles with them losing air. Would not recommend to my worst enemy. Spend the extra money find something better!


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2star (1.0/ 5.0)
To much road noise

By Jeremy from Cumming GA on Vehicle: 2005 Audi A6
Miles Driven on Tires: 2500
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: no

21 of 29 people found the following review helpful:

The tire handle well, BUT the road noise has me crazy. The tires do not belong on an Audi period!


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1star ( .5/ 5.0)
CAUTION

By serge from saguenay QC on Vehicle: 2005 Volvo S60
Miles Driven on Tires: 30000
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: no

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

CAUTION / DANGEROUS These are the worst tires I have ever owned. On dry pavement on a quick start you spin; on wet pavement you spin, and when raining you do aquaplaning. Plus lets not forget the noise. I cannot believe this, walmart tires are better than this. I even pushed them a little bit and ouch very dangerous tires. DO NOT BUY serious I am very honest on what I am saying.


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