stylinexpat said:WRX STI:thumbup:
Pvt. Joker said:A 3 Series w/out LSD (only available on M3) is downright dangerous in heavy snow. :thumbdwn:
That could only mean 1 thing, subie forester or outback. The legacy based outback is supposed to be better that subies of the past, and both are very fast with the 2.5 turbo 250 hp.swchang said:Do you have wife/kids? Do you haul lots of crap around? Are you single and the lone occupant of the car most of the time?
In last week's snow storm, I drove my girlfriend's WRX. Damn that thing goes great on the highway, but once you hit a 90 degree turn, you better know how to drift, or you're in a snow bank. As soon as you let off the gas in a corner, the WRX turns into a sled. You have to power through turns, or slow to Soccer Mom speed through the corners. It's all about the tires.Pvt. Joker said:Even with studded tires, it can't come close to a Quattro.
You're in Mass? Sell me yours!jwilson165 said:1988-1991 325iX. viscous coupling t-case and lsd rear diff (not electronic awd and still has rear wheel bias). tossable and wicked fun to drive. get one.
blackbmw said:Which car would be best in winter driving, particularly in the Boston and NYC area?
Points of interest:
1) handling in adverse conditions
3) interior space
4) parking difficuty