2000 Porsche 911 C2
Kenwood Audio, Ultimate Cupholders, DRL's, 0-60 in 4.9 seconds.
I'm just kidding .. those things are a disaster.. Both my personal vehicles (04 vibe, and 04 TSX) are great in snow, although the TSX will no longer be seeing winter thank god.... I do have performance snow tires that'll be slapped on to the vibrator when winter comes along :D
|Quote, originally posted by sloth »|
|With snow tires they are great. I use the blizzaks and they've worked great for 5 seasons now. We had snow on the ground this year from Thanksgiving to the end of February and didn't have any problems driving by the wreckers that were pulling people out of the ditch.|
Great news. this was the reason I held out for so long for an AWD!
2004 AT, AWD, Moon & Tune
2006 - Mazda5 Touring
1998 CBR 900RR RIP 10/97-8/08
|Quote, originally posted by starmatt »|
|My awd '04 vibe did great in the snow with studded snow tires (in VT & NH) and it was a pretty rough winter in terms of driving conditions. One of my coworkers has a fwd vibe and said it was a little shifty in the snow and wouldn't put anything less than studded snow tires on it in the winter.|
Yeah, Studded snow would be great, but only a handfull of states allow it...
I used to live in both Burlington and Winooski when I lived in VT, and while I didn't have studded snows, I DID have a Subaru... same difference.. lol...
My FWD Vibe did "ok" with snows, I put 100lbs of corn in the back and that helped quite a bit, keeping the 'twitchy" rear end in place decently..
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