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Thread: RWD vs AWD

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    RWD vs AWD

    What would you suggest? Items to consider: it snows - sometimes significantly - where I live. I'm not concerned about tire wear bc they can't be rotated and I likely won't notice a difference in performance. I want a 2014 CTS coupe.


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    gohawks63 is offline Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalfonse
    What would you suggest? Items to consider: it snows - sometimes significantly - where I live. I'm not concerned about tire wear bc they can't be rotated and I likely won't notice a difference in performance. I want a 2014 CTS coupe.
    If it snows a lot, then I would suggest getting AWD. It's no off-roader, but it helps you through some treacherous conditions.

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    arw1510 is offline Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalfonse
    What would you suggest? Items to consider: it snows - sometimes significantly - where I live. I'm not concerned about tire wear bc they can't be rotated and I likely won't notice a difference in performance. I want a 2014 CTS coupe.
    Since the 2014 coupe is going o be a carry over from 2013 you may want to browse those forums as well.


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