Kumho Solus KH25 are very good tyres (do not be put off by them being made in China). They would be especially useful if you are unable to transition between (and store) four tyres for the spring/summer/autumn seasons, with another set for winter conditions. Motoring law in some regions requires winter-grade tyres from November to March, and these fulfill that requirement because they are marked M+S (mud and snow); they also have markings for summer sunshine, raindrops for wet weather, and a snowflake for winter.
On a small Renault hatchback they are quiet and comfortable at all reasonable speeds and on most road surfaces. They perform well on dry, wet, or slushy roads, and were also OK on gravel farm tracks with wet mud. Rating them for acceleration, directional stability, cornering and braking, their grip level on tarmac is slightly less than more aggressive, summer-type tyres, but these KH25s maintain a good level of grip despite changing conditions (for example, they don't suddenly slide on random wet or icy patches in the middle of a bend, or on the brakes). If you are paying attention, they give a good sense of approaching their grip limits: no surprises, allowing gentle adjustment of the car's steering, throttle or braking to stay safe on the road. Despite initially groaning to myself when I saw these Kumho tyres fitted to my rental car, I was thoroughly impressed while driving them, and I have no hesitation in recommending Solus KH25 for driving in spring, summer, autumn and mild winter conditions.