As long as you're okay knowing that all-season tires are a compromise on a car like this then go for it. There's a big difference in performance when using both summer and winter tires, and are worth getting if you want the full experience.
My car came with all seasons. I live in Midwest and weather is shit here 6+ months of the year. I've been driving the car all summer and the tires are fine. I can still attack on and off ramps and drive at speeds 100+ and they have plenty of grip. The new high performance all seasons are pretty darn good these days.
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