When buying tires you're main concern would be application. Not necessarily the car because that's more of a matter of size.
First, determine the size tire you need, if you're just replacing your stock tires the size will be on the side wall of your current tires. Any tire place would be able to help you assess the size you need.
Secondly, you have to figure out what you need out of your tire. Lots of grip for racing, high speed rating, but from the looks of it you want an all weather tire.
I personally like Michelin tires. I've heard good things bout Bridgestone's all weather tires as well. Bridgestone Potenza's are a popular stock tire on a bunch of cars.
You should take your car to a tire place and discuss w/ them your needs and they should be able to help you out, as there are a bajillion choices on shoes for your car.
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