Hi all, I'm looking to replace the tyres on my VX Calais at the moment. I have Toyo Proxes 100's fitted at the moment which are extremely poor in the wet. The car has slipped a few times in wet weather. I'm not a fast driver or a heavy braker so I'm not sure if this is the tyres or the car is too light in the back end. I'm looking at either the Bridgestone Turanza Serenity Plus or the Turanza T001. Bridgestone are recommending the Serenity Plus as they believe these are better than the T001. The T001's are $1 cheaper each, but the Serenity Plus are on sale at the moment. I'm not sure if they're giving this advice because the dealer makes more money via Bridgestone during the special offer. I just fitted four Serenity Plus to my wife's Hyundai i30 though and they seem to handle very well with low road noise. Obviously these are lighter cars so it might be a different case with the VX Calais. I have T001's as factory equipment on my 2017 VF Calais which handle exceptionally well in wet and dry. Great fuel economy, comfort and low road noise. So I'm inclined to pay the extra to get these instead. It's difficult to compare between different vehicles which is why I tend not to rely on Product Review opinions. Not many reviews based on the VX sedans. Just wondering if anyone has any recommendations for these tyres fitted to a VT/VX or if anyone has fitted these to their own car. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!