I’m not a fan of the ‘all season’ tyres, at least not on the cross, (Goodyear vector 4Seasons) the 1.2 panda 4x4 (Continental AS) or the wife’s Jeep Renegade (BF Goodrich) all have been next to useless in snow, crap on anything other than dry grass and wore heavily on edges wehn cornering like you should in a Fiat.
The wife’s Jeep now has Riken SUV Snow on, they’ve proved good in wet, dry and, for an 80% on road tyre, remarkably good in the mud on the farm. I may treat the cross to a set as they’re half the price of the Continental and Goodyears and have lasted 3yr still with loads of tread. The 2005 panda 4x4 now wears some rather aggressive Maxsport RB1s on and is a hoot in mud and snow
My caveat is that we do use all our cars on the farm for farm work so the tyres have to do the job, just not convinced, through personal experience, that all season really are all season, unless all those seasons are dry, wet but not too wet and definitely no mud or snow