Bridgestone Potenza G 019 Grid
Follow-Up Review: 40,000 miles on tires
40000 miles, time to change them. Treadwear is still very good but they cupped heavily, in part because I had not maintained the suspension on the car. This resulted in even more noise, but still a very good handling on dry, wet and light snow. <br>I ride much less in snow and rain now, and will switch to Turanza Serenity Plus, to regain some ride and noise comfort
Initial Review: 20,000 miles on tires
I purchased these tires based on their rating for rain and snow, and I was not disappointed. I live in San Francisco, and I am able to ride to Tahoe comfortably on light snow with no chains when most other cars stop.
On the negative side, the ride is a bit harsh and noise level is much higher than on the original tires that come with the car. But it's a trade off that I am happy to make in order to have better safety and handling in rough weather.