205/55/16. Had these tyres for about 2 years and sub 15k and the fronts are already worn! Tyre pressure checked regularly and hunter alignment done twice (every MOT) Rears have plenty of meat, but what's the story with the fronts?? Anyway my review: The good Dry braking (straight line) - very good Wet braking (straight line)- very good, actually they are amazing Comfort - very good, they soak up bumps. The bad Handling + braking round corners is Terrible! This is where these tyres fall flat on their face! The tyres are so squidgy, when pressing the side wall with my thumb there is huge deflection. You really feel this deflection when going round corners, the car dives considerably into the corner before changing direction. With a nose heavy car this feels a little dangerous and negates the straight line performance. I tried to overcome the dodgy handling by increasing the pressure by 5psi. It didnt work, the braking power decreased a fair bit however handling felt much improved.I did this too late as the tires were far too worn when I tried this. Longevity is poor. In my opinion the weight of the FR-V over the front wheels just shreads these soft tyres. Not a good fit for the front of the FR-V. I think they make a good rear tyre though. - - - Updated - - - I just (hour ago!) replaced the fronts with Mitchellin energy plus. Now, these tyres get slated for poor braking in the wet. The A rating for wet braking should be ignored apparently. They are a very hard compound so should last a lot longer. Only driven about 1/2 a mile so can't comment on them yet fully but I noticed immediately the car doesn't dive into corners as much. Apparently these hard compounds perform much better when they have a good amount of weight on them, could be perfect for the FR-V.