Bought a set of 4 last winter for my Fusion AWD. Great tire in cold, the colder the better as above 10'c they get a bit mushy responding slower as temps rise. Very good stopping in all winter conditions, fairly quiet even with aggressive tread, climbs out of ice ruts with ease. I frequently travel through mountain passes and I do recommend these tires to friends and family. I am getting my money's worth.
Fusion AWD SEL installed October 2016. Driven 11,455kms all conditions driven, excellent traction in all conditions. 1/2 city 1/2 Hwy with lots of men pass driving. Last tires Nokian Hakkapelitta. I prefer Toyo for price, service and winter handling only negative is they r a bit noisier on dry/wet pavement. Will buy again and I do suggest G3ice to friends.
My first set of Cooper tires. So far very satisfied with these tires over the factory Michelins. Traction in wet and snow is far superior to the Michelins. Quiet ride, handling seems good. Yet to see how treadwear fares.
Purchased in April 15, tire doesn't ride smooth and they make lots of noise. I returned to Walmart in June. They replaced 1 of the tires and charged me an additional $75. They told me that they would replace all 4 for $75 each? I decided to just wait, bare with the noise and roughness until I can afford to buy I better brand of tire. Wish I'd stuck with my Michelins. But you get what you pay for. Lesson learned.
These are the stock tires on my Fusion. I use winter tires so can't comment on how they are in snow. They corner well and tread life appears to be good. Traction is just okay in either dry or wet. Harsh ride, slaps over every tar strip. Car pulls left with these but not with the winter tires. Hit a pothole with one and the sidewall bulged out, tire was ruined, had to change to the winters early. Will buy different tires this spring.