The H4S is an all around great performer. IIRC it has a 500 treadwear (meaning it will last long long time!). My Mom has them on her car I find them good for dry, good for wet, and actually pretty decent for winter. 15k miles into having them, they show little visable wear too. This is definately a good investment/upgrade.KA24Tech said:I like the Yokohama Avid Touring for an inexpensive ($50/ea.) long lasting All-Season tire and the Avid H4S for a great handling inexpensive ($60/ea.) All-Season tire. The stock size is 205/60R15 in case you need to call around or reference that.