Best All-Season Tires

Due to the ever-growing popularity and quality of all-season tires, there is a massive amount of options for you to choose from. While your decision will depend on factors such as your vehicle type, budget, or geography, here are some of the most popular and most highly-rated all-season tires available!

Michelin Defender T+H

One of the most sought-after all-season tires on the market, the Michelin Defender T+H offers impressive performance in various conditions. Already known as one of the best all-season tires for both sedans and vans, its latest update also adds sipes to the tread design, adding increased grip in rain and especially snow. Its 80,000-mile warranty is just the cherry on top.

Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+

Another offering from Michelin, the Pilot Sport A/S 3+ is a fantastic option for drivers that want an all-season tire designed for performance. This is designed with sports cars in mind, providing the handling and control those drivers need to maximize the adventure. Expectedly, that performance suffers a bit in snow. That said, this is still a near perfect selection for those looking for a little extra flare.

Pirelli P4 Four Seasons Plus

A brand often associated with high-performance sports and luxury vehicles, Pirelli offered its take on a top-tier all-season tire that offers the handling and responsiveness for the average everyday driver. That performance stays consistent in most road conditions, including impressive braking in wet and snowy pavement.

Pirelli P Zero Nero

While the P4 Four Seasons Plus is made with a wide range of drivers in mind, the P Zero Nero is an all-season tire designed for those who prefer a sportier ride. The tread pattern, shoulder blocks, and sipes, are designed for sports cars, coupes, and small sedans to boldly navigate a variety of road conditions. Though best in warmer and drier conditions, this Pirelli option still provides good performance on wet roads and may be the right fit for certain drivers.

Yokohama Avid Ascend GT

One of the more affordable options on this list, Yokohama’s Avid Ascend GT still provides everything you want in an all-season tire. It performs well in both dry and wet road conditions and does so with little noise and plenty of comfort.

Continental TrueContact Tour

Continental has multiple all-season options, but the TrueContact Tour may be the most impressive. That’s mostly thanks to its performance in wintry weather along with a design meant to improve fuel efficiency in addition to its quiet comfort. The 80,000 mile treadwear warranty is pretty nice, too.

Hankook Ventus ST RH06

Known for producing quality, durable rubbers, Hankook has a variety of all-season tire options. This is one well-suited for larger vehicles like SUVs and light trucks, providing higher load in addition to the same handling and comfort expected of other all-season tires.

Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady

Long known as one of the largest tire brands, it’s no surprise that Goodyear has a few top all-season options. The Goodyear Assurance WeatherReady is one that performs particularly well in snow, ice, and slush common in colder climates. For those expecting extreme weather and unsure about relying on all-season tires, this is about as close as you can get to a winter tire in the all-season category.

BFGoodrich g-Force Comp-2 A/S

One of the best all-season tires for those looking for a sportier, high-performance option, this BFGoodrich product features large tread blocks to enhance its grip on the road. That contact helps with handling on both dry and wet pavement, along with its performance in colder conditions as well.

Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport AS

A larger-sized alternative, the Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport AS is a great option for drivers of SUVs, trucks, or crossovers. Especially considering the increased popularity of these vehicles in recent years, it helps to have a tire that performs just as well as the usual all-season options for sedans.

Carlos G. Hill

Carlos G. Hill

Carlos joined TireReview in 2019 after seven years of living and working in Dubai. He has been a journalist for over a decade and has worked for a wide range of publications, including Rolling Stone, Time Out, iQ and Loaded. After starting out on the automotive team as deputy editor of Engine Technology International, Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology International and Transmissions Technology International, he has been an editor since 2015, and began editing Tire Technology International in 2018. In 2020, he was appointed editor-in-chief of Tire, Professional Motorsport World, Electric & Hybrid Marine Technology International and Crash test Technology International

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