There are a lot of tire options for your SUV. The key is to get specific SUV tires, the tires that have been designed for an SUV. There are SUV summer tires, SUV winter tires and SUV all-weather tires. With each one of these you have different choices. If you are likely to face a lot of snow, ice and other extreme winter conditions, then your best option is to get two sets of tires, one for summer and one for winter.
If you only have occasional winters or not too extreme winters, then you may manage with a winter approved SUV all-weather tire that you can use for both seasons. The advantage is that you are ready for any type of weather when you have a set of SUV all-weather tires mounted on your SUV. You don’t have to worry about not being safe when you encounter snow and ice, as these tires have the capacity to handle mild winter conditions. You will be in much better hands than if you were driving with summer tires on the snowy, icy or slushy roads. That can be fatal.