The Continental ExtremeContact DWS06 is one to consider.
You may want to check out Tire Rack reviews for tires in your size too. A number of the tires mentioned were originally designed for truck based 4x4's and 4x2's, we have CUV's and there are tires designed for them too so you may want to consider those. Not as many reviews as some of the more popular tires have been around longer. I used to drive 35k+ per year for over 10 years and have bought lots of tires and different brands. There is no perfect all season all weather tire, there are many good ones but they all have their pro's and cons depending on what is important to you in a tire. If you live were it snows, get winter or snow tires, it is worth it. Other wise all the major brands are good so you really can't go too wrong. I have also found that in general USA and European tires perform better on US and Euro cars and trucks and Asian tires perform better on Asian cars and trucks. I am sure folks will disagree but that is my opinion and I will stick to it. You also get what you pay for when it comes to tires so avoid the cheap tires, they are not worth it unless one is desperate for tires and are selling the car soon. Tires are always on sale too, even at the dealers they do have competitive prices and good selection now. My Lincoln Dealer could get any tire sold on a factory ford or Lincoln. I even asked about getting police tires and yes can but they are not cheap, including the high speed police snow tires, $2,200 for a set of 4. They don't make many hence the high cost.
Anyway good luck with your choice.
2016 MKC Platinum Met Tri-Coat, 2.3L AWD, 300A, 18" Wheels Ebony Leather, Tech Pkg, Climate Pkg, THX