Are all-season tyres a good investment?

I need to buy two new front tyres for my Audi A3 Sportback and wondered whether it was a good idea to buy all season tyres and if so, which make you would recommend? If this is not a good idea, what tyres would you recommend for my car given the fact that I do not change my tyres during the year?

Asked on 25 June 2019 by Martha Lewis

Answered by Honest John
Currently, Continental AllSeason Contacts seem to be coming out the best, marginally ahead of Michelin Cross Climates. All season or cold weather tyres must be fitted to all four wheels at the same time, otherwise the car could suffer road holding problems in snow. Try Motokiki.com (bit.ly/2EF0U04) and Blackcircles.com (bit.ly/2JM6bqG) for sizes and prices and read our Tyre Buying Guide (bit.ly/2wsFHBU).
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