All Season Tire Report

General Tire AltiMAX RT43:

The AltiMAX RT43 is our top pick for all-season tires for passenger cars. Its high-density compound allows the tires for have a long tread life, while absorbing road vibrations and providing a comfortable ride. Its confident performance in dry, wet, and snowy conditions makes this tire a great value.


Pro Tip:
The AltiMAX RT43 is not the most responsive all-season tire on the market. However the levels of grip these tires provides and its long tread life make this tire a great value.

Continental PureContact with EcoPlus Technology:

The Continental PureContact is a grand-touring all-season tire designed with luxury cars in mind. Its compound allows the tires to have a low rolling resistance, and provide a very comfortable and quiet ride, while providing confident traction in dry, wet, and light snow conditions.

               
Pro Tip:
The PureContact tires have a unique D, W, and S indicators stamped into the tread blocks, indicating the remaining performance of the tires. For example, the tires will no longer be ideal for snow use when the “S” wears off, while the tires will still work confidently in wet conditions until the “W” wears off.

Continental ExtremeContact DWS 06:

The Continental ExtremeContact DWS 06 is a great high-performance all season tire, designed with sportier cars in mind. Built on a proven design, it’s design allows the tire to have high levels of grip and responsiveness in dry and wet conditions, plus have the highest level of grip in the snowy conditions offered in the category.

                                   
Pro Tip:
The sturdy construction of this tire that contributes to its responsiveness gives the fire a slightly less comfortable ride than other all-season tires. However, you will be hard pressed to find a tire with such well-rounded performance in all seasons.

Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3:

The Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 is a high-performance all season tire than has very good traction in dry and wet conditions at even lower temperatures. While also still being useable in light snow conditions, these tires have dry pavement grip that is on par with some standalone summer tires.


Pro Tip:
Like the ExtremeContact DWS 06, the Pilot Sport A/S has a firm ride that comes with it’s responsive handling. This tire does also fall behind in snow traction. However, this tire does excel in dry pavement grip in the summer, and

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