I was looking for a new tire for my 2006 Chevy Cobalt, and didn't want to spend alot but wanted some quality out of a tire. I purchased a set of 4 Fusion VRi 205/55/16 tires from Tirerack.com for my car. The first thing I liked about the tire was the price. The price was $68 a tire, and its hard to find a tire at that price these days. The Fusion is listed as a High Performance All Season Tire.
As I live where there is alot of snow, I put these on my car and took it for a ride. The first thing I noticed is that there was very little slippage in light snow. Heavier snow, I tended to spin a bit but what would you expect from a All Season tire that cost less thank $70 bucks. The handling seemed to be good and on dry pavement there was very little sound from the tire. The wet performance of the tire, was about average....as the grip seemed to hold well, but I wouldn't go screaming around a corner that was wet. I've put about 2000 miles on the tire and the tread is holding well and I can't see much of wear, yet. Dry perfoamance is about what you would expect from a tire.
If your looking for a cheap all around tire, I would take a look at the Fusion VRi All Season Tire.