I was following a white model S last week in some light snow, and it was fishtailing like you would not believe. It could be the driver, the tires, or whatnot... but I'm also aware of a number of RWD cars that are just terrible in snow no matter what you do! So I wonder if anyone's had a chance to really drive one of these with proper snow tires etc... or maybe AWD is the only way to go on these?
The 9-5 is no superstar in snow, so I'd be looking for this as a major criterion in any future non-saab car purchase...Posts in this Thread:
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