I have 20's on my Limited AWD
and live in northern Ohio, too much snow!! I put Continental DWS06's on it last year and they are so much better than the Michelin tires that came on the car. Check these out and the reviews are good as well.
Few weeks ago I finally pulled the trigger on replacing the Michelin Primacy (32k miles) with Continental ExtremeContact DWS 06 (19"). I detested the Michelins, even more so than the RS-As that came with the car. Hard as concrete, absolute crap in snowy slush, even for an A/S tire, that I had absolutely forgone any driving with so much as hint of snow on the ground. Wet traction was questionable at best and driving thru standing water at the edge of the road would rip the steering wheel out of my hands. Decent, I thought, in the dry although braking was a bit substandard for my taste.
The Contis initially gave me a "Oh no! What have I done" moment. I knew from reading various comments that the sidewall on them was soft and many complained that the car floated. So much for the performance side of things. So I thought, let's give it a mild slalom test, nothing too hard, just wiggle a bit at 50 or so on an empty stretch of highway. How bad can it be, really, it's 2019. If you ever wondered what and old American car felt like to drive, yea, that's the feeling. Strange and frankly a bit disconcerting.
. After driving hundreds of miles down the Interstate + New England's back roads I'm absolutely loving this tire. It's quite incredible especially vs the Michelins. Despite the somewhat "interesting" slalom test the tire performs excellently. Cornering is very sharp and precise, with much less under-steer and no drama at all. In normal driving (it's not a sports car) there's no hint of floatyness. As a matter of fact the first few tight corners I took I had to let off the steering wheel. Drove thru some pretty torrential downpour this past weekend and the deep side-road puddles were no match. Reminded me of old GY Aquatreads which were absolutely fantastic in that respect. They're comfy too. Both were whisper quiet on new tarmac but on typically worn surfaces the Contis are considerably quieter (I only put about 1k miles on them so far so we'll see how things go after 15-20k). The biggest thing for me is the comfort, my car rides so nice again. The Michelins were really hard and every bump in the road would translate to a new trim piece starting to rattle and the usual unpleasant acoustics of hard suspension. They're harder at 30 psi
than Contis are at 35. I'm curious about winter, but that's still some months away. From what I've been reading, they may not last too long, but I figure if I get 20-30k miles out of them, I'm good.