There are a couple things that could help determine what type of tire would be a good choice for you: what type of weather you drive in (where you live), and what tire size you need.
There are two different wheel sizes for your car, a 17-inch and 18-inch size. I'll give you a couple options in each size for you to get started.
If you have 17-inch wheels, some good-quality choices would be General Exclaim UHP tires or Yokohama S.drive tires. both of these tires are summer ultra high performance tires, so they would need to be changed out for the winter if you live in an area that normally gets near- or below-freezing temperatures.
The Kumho Ecsta ASX is an all-season UHP tire, so you may want to keep that in mind if temperatures usually drop in your area.
For the 18-inch wheels, some good tires are Pirelli P Zero Nero, or Yokohama Avid W4S.
Each of these tires is highly rated, but for more detailed information, talk to a tire dealer in your area. They should be able to educate you about specific features of each tire, or point out others they may have in stock.
〉 Answered on Apr 15th, 2008 by Denise Koeth, Managing Editor at Tire Review Magazine