After last year's record snow falls and the difficulties associated with clearing the roads, snow has become a major consideration for those buying tires for northern climates. To help, I have grouped a few All-Season tires that are known to do well in the snow.
Continental Extreme Contact DWS: This tire currently ranks#1 within the Ultra High Performance All-Season category and also does very well in light snow. Tire Rack was able to do some winter testing on this tire last year. so be sure to check out the test results.
Michelin Primacy MXV4: This Grand Touring All-Season tire will handle the snow and also offer a smooth, comfortable ride. Check out some of our customer survey feedback on this tire.
Michelin Harmony: This Passenger All-Season tire is also a strong contender for the best All-Season passenger tire in the snow. I have driven on these in the snow with no issues at all.
Depending on your driving needs, any of these three tires will work well for your vehicle. Check today to see which one will work best for you.