Most, if not all, all season tires will not do that well in the snow or on ice. Rain and dry surfaces are really all they are meant for. With that said though, I think you could throw some drag slicks on there and get about the same snow performance as the factory tires, so anything is better. I alsways like to recomend Nitto's to people. they are great tires, but I've never had to deal with them in the snow, so I cant tell you if they will be any good there or not.