There’s no doubt that when it comes to driving in inclement weather during the winter months, nothing beats a set of winter / snow tires. However, if you reside in an area that receives only light snow and an all-season tire is all you need, how that tire performs during the winter months is typically the deciding factor when purchasing your replacement tires.
We headed to Sweden to test the winter performance of several all-season tires in different performance categories and provide drivers with feedback on a wide variety of options. Those Sweden winters are predictable and testing conditions are optimum. This allows us the opportunity to gather the most accurate information from our detailed testing. In the end, we’re armed with an understanding of which tires are best for the conditions you experience on your daily drives, and can therefore offer the right recommendations to make those drives safer and more enjoyable.
If you’re looking to buy all-season tires to get through the snow next season (or this year, considering it seems that winter may never end), you’ll want to take a look at these tests. Because your tires need to be ready with the grip and performance you need. And we want to make sure you get it.
- Highway All-Season or On-/Off-Road All-Terrain - Testing the Differences When Driving on Paved Roads - Winter Update
- Testing Highway All-Season Tires Designed to Tackle Your Daily Drive - Winter Update
- Testing the Continental ExtremeContact DWS 06 Ultra High Performance All-Season Tire - Winter Update
- Standard Touring All-Season Tires That Satisfy Wants and Needs - Winter Update
- Testing Crossover / SUV Touring All-Season Tires: Evolution Improves the Breed - Winter Update
- Will the Kumho Solus TA71 Move to the Head of This Grand Touring All-Season Class? - Winter Update
- Motion vs. Progress: Does New Equal Better in Ultra High Performance All-Season Tires? - Winter Update
- Testing Ultra High Performance All-Season Tires - Do New Options Raise the Performance Bar? - Winter Update