I have a 2018 Sport 2.0, leased in April 2018. The Goodyear Touring tires that came with the car were the worst tires on any new car I have ever driven, especially on wet roads. In fact, they were downright scary. ?Going into even a gentle curve on a wet road I had to tread very lightly on the gas pedal to prevent the front tires from breaking loose and keep the car pointed in the right direction. The same thing would happen on dry roads if I gave it enough gas. Any way, TMALSS, At 18 K miles I had had enough. I replaced the Goodyears with 4 Continental Pure Contact LS of the same size from TireRack.com based on reviews on their site and others. Wow, what a huge improvement! The Continentals completely changed the personality of the car. I can now indulge in occasional "spirited" driving with confidence.The handling on wet roads feels secure and stable. I have to really mash the gas pedal to break them loose, and they are very predictable. Dry road handling is much better too, with neutral steering with very little understeer. They are also noticeably quieter than the Goodyears. Haven't driven in the snow yet, but I'm betting they'll do just fine. So get rid of those Goodyear Touring tires and get the Continentals. You'll be glad you did.?