We got a flat on the left front tire of the Boss's 2000 Daewoo Nubira wagon last week. The right front was down to 3- to 4/32 so I told her we had to buy two tires or park it for winter. (Shoulda got new front tires even if the other one didn't blow; maybe it was divine intervention.) The front tires were Eldorado Golden Fury, while the rears are Mastercraft MC 440. (The PO used a tire shop that specialized in Cooper-owned bargain brands.) The rears have 7/32 tread and look to be in great shape. We don't want to spend real $$$ on this car, as you could guess. The idea is for her to drive it a year or two with as little expense as is safe, while we save up....so after getting a few quotes I bought two more MC 440s for the front, in 185/65R14, for $137 installed at a local shop. Yes, they installed them on the front---but only after a long hard look at the rear tires. I like the idea of four matching tires with plenty of tread left. Also, it's nice she will not have to deal with rotations for a long time---ahem. The first few days she drove on them all is well, including one brief snow squall that slicked the roads. Still, these are the entry-level model of a private label brand owned by a mid-tier tire company. 40K-mile warranty. Made in Mexico. Anyone know much about them or have advice on winter driving on them? Thanks.