We have these tires on a 2009 ford focus. We have about 15000 miles on them and are going to need new tires within the next year. This is my wife car and only puts about 5000 miles a year on her car. In wet or snowy conditions forget it that car has very little traction. We also had to replace one of the tires twice since 2012. We do have a 50000 mile warranty on them but plan not to try and use it and just buy from a different maker.
They told me these tires would not fit on Focus 2009. Told them find a way to put them on because those tires are the one I want. They are good on snow and ice (just like a winter tire as far as I am concerned). I love the light noise I hear from them. When those are done, I will certainly get the same ones. They are great. I have no idea what the size is though.
Have had these tires on my vehicle for over two summer seasons. They handle awesome, treadwear is great. Still have about 8/32 nds. Handle better than my winter tires do in the rain. (I live in BC so encounter a lot of rain) I do switch to winter rims and tires during the winter so I do not know how they handle in the snow. I'm assuming not so well based on tread pattern so I will give them a 3/5 for snow. I have my car lowered on full coilovers and added a bunch of braces and I corner hard. Tread is wearing evenly. I just make sure to do regular tire rotations, which everyone should. They hardy ever squeal or slip when cornering hard. I Will be buying them again next time I need tires. Not sure when that will be because the treadwear is excellent. VERY happy with the purchase.
The salesman said these would get better mileage. I checked mileage for the first month and went from 31 mpg on bald tires to 26 with new Ecopia tires. I took them back today, explaining that I had ought under the premise of better MPG. The salesman said the car needed to get used to the tires... Yea, right. These tires are a ripoff and were $50 more a piece than the second option.