Bought these tires right after I bought my van. I had very high hopes after my experience with Toyo Eclipses on my Corolla. Unfortunately my experience with the Versado LX has not been as positive. As soon as I drove away from the shop the first time I was disappointed by the level of road noise. It wasn't terrible but it also was not the silky smoothness of the Eclipses. As the Versados were supposed to be a luxury touring tire I expected better. Not long after I bought them I began to noticed that there was vibration when I reached about 100kph. I assumed it was a balancing issue so I had them re-balanced. Some improvement but it didn't last. Had the balancing done again with the same lackluster result. The OK Tire I bought these from then checked my front end and claimed I had some issues with a control arm and bushing. Not convinced I went to my mechanic and he found nothing wrong but he told me one of the tires was out of round! NOT impressed with the OK Tire for lying about this. At this point I had too many kms on the tire and I didn't feel like fighting with OK over replacing the tire. Over time the vibration issue went away as I wore the tires in. For handling and tread wear these tires are quite good and mileage is comparable to the previous Michelin's. They are also very smooth and comfortable until I hit the highway and feel the effect of that out of round tire. In wet weather I have no slippage but the same cannot be said for driving in snow or slush. My van is quite heavy and wide and I don't normally bother with snow tires as a result. But these Versado's are forcing me to reconsider because while the first winter was not bad, this winter I have had plenty of traction problems and even slid into the ditch in slushy snow. Overall I would recommend these tires despite the early issue I had with them which I doubt reflects the tires in general. But I would not use them in the winter unless you live in an area with mild winters.
Absolutely the worst tread life performance of any tire I've owned in 40 years of driving. Paid $135 per tire and had to replace after 3 years/30K miles. Treadwear loss was indicative of under-inflation, however, the tire pressure was routinely checked 3X per year.