I will add that in order to preserve the proper functioning of the AWD system, it is essential that you do the following:
Rotate the tires every 5k or every 7.5k miles, in order to equalize tread wear.
If you experience a flat tire, use the temporal spare only until you can safely reach a tire repair facility.
If a damaged tire cannot be safely repaired, be prepared to replace all 4 tires.
(If the remaining 3 tires have more than…let’s say…10k of wear on them, the difference in circumference between those old tires and a new tire can be sufficient to cause damage to the AWD system. The only alternative to buying 4 new tires is to have the one new tire “shaved” in order to match the circumference of the 3 old tires.)
Failure to do what I listed above will result in “tire squirm”, and will also result in expensive repairs. If you are not prepared to do these things, then you should not be driving an AWD vehicle–of any make.