I drive a 135i M Sport, and I still have no idea how these tires were recommended to me for my car. I have 205/50/17 all around, and by car the worst tires I've ever had.
1. In wet, dry, moist, dusty, warmish, etc. They are completely useless. I understand that my suspension is really stiff, and my brakes are really good, but wow. I'm not expecting summer grip, but I'm expecting some predictability when driving.
2. Stopping: if by any chance you need to stop short, get ready to 1. hear the drama that is tire squeal at semi-hard braking and having everyone stare.
3. don't even try making a right hand turn or left hand turn on a rear wheel drive under slight (normal) power. It'll be the D1 Drift Nationals until to take your foot of the gas.
4. handling on ver cold dry roads on an easy right that might have a bump or a dip... Expect to unwittingly drift to lanes outwards.
5. They reasonably comfortable compared to my summer rims/tires so no complaints there. I'm just uncomfortable stopping.
6. 2 Seasons, and they still look new, so i'm happy with that, but Tomorrow i'm siwtching them to the Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 because for some reason, I like stopping when needed. Snow who knows how it'll go, but on dry these are beast.
Anyway, these tires are good for trucks and low power cars, but definitely not recommended for any high end/performance vehicle.
Today is a brutally cold and dry road day and the tires are performing well but, but just have a little bit of little bit of water on them, and it's over.