In a transitional area like Philly, where you don't usually get a lot of snow, it may be more hassle than it's worth. High performance all seasons offer usually about 85% to 90% of the performance of high performance summer, but can do duty in the cold and snow if pressed. Not nearly as good as snows, but if snows aren't necessary (i.e. roads quickly plowed or snow quickly melts) can be fine.
Originally Posted by Sophisto
And all I was saying is switching tires
is the way to go.
On a 60k plus car like the F10 it is.
My Pilot Super Sports are certainly overkill here with the type of driving and roads in Houston, but what the hell.
Sophisto Grau / Oyster - Black Nappa, Anthracite Wood Gone but not forgotten.
Heaven is where the police are British, the cooks are French, the cars are German, the lovers are Italian and it is all organised by the Swiss.
Hell is where the police are German, the cooks are English, the cars are French, the lovers are Swiss, and it is all organised by the Italians