05-18-2019, 10:27 AM
Officially Welcomed to the 'Fest
Location: Ontario, GTA
Join Date: Jul 2015
Mein Auto: 128i Cabriolet '12
nice , txs zooks,
I'm in Canadialand lol
GTA, so not a MASSIVE amount but certainly a fair amount and also ice storms
Originally Posted by Zooks527
If you live in an area with a moderate amount of snow and can wait until the roads are plowed, you can make do very well with an xDrive and all-season tires
If you live in an area where it snows a lot or if you will be out before the plows, an xDrive with true snows is the better choice.
If you find yourself in an ice storm without snow tires
, xDrive or no, premium A/S or not, it's going to be pretty bad. Even with true snow / ice tires
, it's not a lot of fun.
In order of performance in the winter:
- xDrive with snow tires
- RWD with snow tires
- xDrive with all-seasons
- RWD with all-seasons
There is a big gap between #1 and #2. There is a moderate gap between the rest.
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