Well, one thing the Fiver is not well known for is its handling of snow. We have already had some, and a rear wheel drive car with a big engine up front and all season tires is not a good formula. Accordingly, I went in search of winter tires and found some aggressive looking firestones for the stock wheels. They look like they would be noisy and rough on dry roads, but they are neither. They do compromise the handling in turns, but that is to be expected. They performed very well in some slushy stuff when non-AWD vehicles were all abandoning the highway. Impressive so far, and a lot safer….