Looks to be tops in its class.
The Firestone Precision Touring is a close second (less in most but better winter driving) but +-25% cheaper.
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Based on the available reviews, it is probably the best 185/60/15 choice. There are two H-rated tires in that size (Hankook Optimo H426 and Kumho Solus KH25) which are OEM tires for the Ford Fiesta, but they don't seem to be particularly exceptional. The older Falken Ziex ZE-912 (supposedly good performance in non-snow/ice, but wears out quickly and has high rolling resistance, making its lifetime cost rather high) is also available in that size.
If you want something sportier, you may want to look at the 195/55/15 size, where V-rated tires like the Yokohama Avid ENVigor are available.