Hi, I'm need recommendations for tires that maximize the ride comfort and minimize the road noise in my Tesla Model 2 LR RWD because these my main complaints about this car. I'm not sure how to prioritize the other characteristics like performance and handling. I live in Southern California. So at this moment I want to maintain the performance in dry and wet at the same level as the original Primacy MXM4. I also prefer a longer thread wear because this car is heavy and puts a lot of torque on rear wheels. The original tires will need to be replaced before 30K miles which is too early for me. The choices for 18 inch wheel are limited because of the extra load requirement. Based on the reviews from TireRack my list has only tire: 1. Michelin Primacy Tour A/S This tire doesn't excel at anything. It is a good balance of comfort, handling and efficiency. So it doesn't excel at anything just like the original Primacy MXM4. Handing is a bit weak according to reviews. Speed rating is V, not W as OE. The other tires I considered are: 2. Continental ExtremeContact DWS 06 This tire provides better traction and handling than original tires, but it will increase power consumption and road noise a bit. Normally I care for efficiency only in long road trips when I'm more concerned about range between charges. 3. Michelin CrossClimate+ This tire provides better traction and handling, especially in wet, but it will increase road noise and rides more firm than other ground touring tires. Also this thread pattern picks more stones and throws them back in traffic. I don't want to do this to other drivers since I got my windshield chipped this way. 4. Vredestein Quatrac Pro This tire has stellar reviews from TireRack in terms of comfort and performance. However, I'll have to switch to larger size 245/45R18 and the clearance around the front suspension is very narrow. Also, the thread wear is low 400 and the energy efficiency is also lower than original tires. Let me know which one would you pick or if you have other suggestions. Thanks.