TireRack.com: Best in High Performance All-Season 2018
Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+
Pilot Sport A/S3+ is a top rated tire with perfect cornering, dry road and especially wet road performance. The tires provide excellent performance on the highway and no issues cornering.
Goodyear Eagle Sport All-Season
These tires offer a good balance between performance and economy. The ride is pleasant and the handling sporty.
Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3
These tires impress in all situations: quite and smooth on the highway and great feel and grip in the corners.
Kumho Ecsta PA31
Tires are softer than others and provide a quiet ride accordingly. Aggressive summer driving traction is very good. Winter driving is acceptable and snow traction is good.
Firestone Firehawk AS
These tires are awesome, they are quite responsive, handle like a charm when cornering at higher speeds, but are also great in the city.
Yokohama AVID ENVigor
Predictable and stable in the dry and rain.Good grip. But useless in the snow or ice. Treadwear is not the best but worth it.
Goodyear Eagle RS-A2
These are not really great for snow or ice conditions, but decent on dry and wet pavement.
Goodyear Eagle RS-A
The dry traction is good, but the wet traction and ability to remain stable in rain is below normal.
Hankook Ventus V2 concept 2 H457
These tires are very average in overall performance for a higher performance all season with hard treadwear, with fairly high and predictable grip in the dry, warmer months. Noise levels and comfort are decent even at higher tire pressures.
Firestone Firehawk GT
These tires are pretty noisy, grip well in dry conditions but can leave you sliding and slipping when you get some water or snow on the ground.