I just bought a 2019 Kia Sorento 3.3 V6 AWD about a month ago. Almost have a thousand miles on it. It came with the Kumho Crugen Premium tires in 235/55/19. Here in southern Pa. we got a good 3 to 4 inches of snow yesterday, so I took the car out last night just to see how the Sorento did with the AWD and these tires. I stayed in the neighborhood where there was almost no traffic. So I was not out jeopardizing other divers. Anyway, I kept off of any tracks so that I was going through virgin snow, so to speak. I went to the two hills in our development for testing. I got onto the hills and came to a complete stop and then started up the hills with no issues. Went around some corners also. The car and tires did well in this little test. That was surprising to me based on Tire Racks reviews by owners and Tire rack themselves. This tire did not do so well in snow and ice according to the reviews. I thought it did well. Now I realize that this was one outing in the snow and it was only 3 to 4 inches. I'm sure I'll have more experiences as I own the vehicle longer. Last year I had an Equinox 3.6 AWD with General RT43s and it did very well on the same roads with about 6 inches of snow. I was very impressed with them and was planning to get some RT43s for the Sorento if the Kumhos were as bad in snow as I was expecting, based on reviews. But for now I'll stick with the Kumhos (since they're brand new) and their snow performance was better than I expected. So for any of you folks with these Kumho Crugen tires, what has been your experience with them in the snow? Were they decent, or not so good, as Tire Rack had me thinking? If more experience with these tires in snow changes my mind for the worse, I'll report back with that also. Meanwhile, what are your experiences?