Some of these people reviewing this tire have no clue about how to make a valid comparison. They fail to understand that these are mid-level tires. So consequently, they say things like, I have an Acura and I got these tires and they are awful. So, in other words, you got basically an expensive car (expensive Honda) which any reasonable person would know that if you pay more for a car, it has more expensive, hence BETTER than average tires, on it. But they don't know they are comparing apples and oranges, a mid-level tire with the premium tires that came on their expensive car and then complain. WHY are they buying relatively cheap tires instead of putting expensive tires on the car like it came with? That doesn't make sense no matter how you slice it.
The same can be said of anyone replacing the tires of their late model vehicle, such as the one who was replacing their tires on a 2013 Terrain. Guess what, I just about guarantee you that that came with Michelins, or similar premium tire, from the dealer and they are replacing it with a mid-level tire and then, guess what, COMPLAIN! Same for people who say, I don't like these tires, so I got another set of MORE EXPENSIVE tires and lo and behold, the new MORE EXPENSIVE tire is better, and they are surprised by this.
People, these are good tires for the price and your expecting them to work like the expensive tires that came with your vehicle or thinking that your new more expensive tires, $150 per tire or more than these, are better than these and think that means something significant when it's fully expected to be so should learn more before you post, frankly, ignorant reviews.