I was just reading some of your comments about your wife’s car. I have a 2019 Kona. I do find the steering lacking in precision and it’s just how it is with mine. It does drive in a straight line mostly. The winter tires I had last winter were Michelin X-ICE. Car handles fantastic even in a deep snow. I drove it 54 km to and from work on the highway covered in think ice, snow, slush and all when the highway #1 was closed in BC, Canada last winter. Snow is a disaster in greater Vancouver and the valley I will say that Kona handled better than my 4WD Honda with the same tires on. The only thing is that energy consumption significantly increase in winter and with soft winter tires. As well, all the sensors at the front get blocked when it’s snowing outside. As well, it is really important to disable regenerative breaking if driving in super icy conditions.