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dingster1

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It should be an excelent winter car, just be sure not to use wide or low-profile tires in winter, unless they are designed for winter. Tires are the most vital thing. I have nokians that I got for my winter tires last year and they're great.

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There is NO reason NO reason at all to stay away from "low profile" tires. If you use a SUMMER tire, then yes it will have absolutely no use in winter. I drove 2 winters in Chicago with one of the BEST tires I have ever own. I had 205-40-17's and I was better than most SUV's in the winter. The tires were Continental ContiExtremeContact's. Look for the reviews on them on Tire Rack Can you please emphasise as to why you should stay away from wide tires in the snow?. This does not make any sense to me what so ever.

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