If you are automatic, you should be ok, but be cautious those stock tires suck in snow... I would say get snow tires or different all seasons... I learned my lesson last year, riding on Dunlop snow tires this year...
Y balt is an auto sedan with no ABS. It sucks in snow. The tires r hoooorrrible. I definetly wanna get hardcore snow tires on my steelies and get some rims n put spring-fall performance wet/dry tires.
I had an intrepid last year and that thing was awesome in snow. It didn't have abs either but it stopped prety quick even when the brakes locked up. Then the engine blew in feb and that's when I got my Balt.
When the brakes lock up, the back end whips around prety easily and it feels like it slides forever kuz it's so light. It's fun... Untill you actually need to stop fast.
i have a '09 LS 5spd...no abs, no traction control. Last winter we had about 3ft of snow in under 48hrs. I was out driving in it that day. I have never had a problem getting "traction" or anything like that.
Like I said...you just have to know how to drive. I've driven fwd and rwd cars in the snow and I enjoy both. Give me snow tires and I'll get you where you need to go. Only thing you gotta watch out for is other drivers and Ice. Even the best drivers can not conquer ice.
with stock tires, horrendous.... continental summer tires.. psh... with all season tires, great... passed a ford edge awd on the highway one day doin' 50 with no issues... until it gets too high... lower sstc bumper makes that an issue... although I had to blow through a small wall of snow once cause of the way the plows did the circle lol... "ah... crap...hit the gas too late for brake".. worked out well just couldn't see for a second
Alright so I was thinking, a lot of us see each others cars at different places but don't know if it's someone on here or not. So I
figured, why not make a roster sheet for all the countries, states and counties with a little info about drivers.
It'll go like this: