Not a problem at all. I'm in Ontario, drove my '04 through winter on the stock tires, no prob. Get snow tires if you wanna be safe.gritter said:im thinking about getting a 06 CTS with the manuel tranny, i was wondering how do these CTS's hold up in the snow? I live in MI so it'll have to go trough some winters
Where in IN? We've got about 6 or 7" on the ground in Indy right now, I was dragging the belly when I drove down a road that hadnt been plowed or used by anyone else. Other than sliding around a bit, I didnt have too much trouble. The left tires are a bit thin on tread so it may be time to start looking for good deals... (not sure why its only the lefts, the rights are pretty much fine)johnnybn said:I'm in IN with about 9" currently. I'm runnin' Yokohama Ice Guards all the way around and two tubes of sand (60lbs each) in the trunk. Runs just as good as my brother's Liberty, no joke.
Too many right turns or your racing on an oval track going the wrong way.DDS rollin a CTS said:The left tires are a bit thin on tread so it may be time to start looking for good deals... (not sure why its only the lefts, the rights are pretty much fine)
Just got my M3's on the other day (purchased them from a user on this forum) and was extremely pleased with them. MI was hit with a snow storm so I got them on just in time. Plowed right up my driveway with over 7" of snow in it. I couldn't even get halfway in my other tires. The roads were plowed but the car handled 10x better than it had on similar conditions. Overall, the car handled much better than my FWD Sunfire had in the past with the M3's on. All of the schools in the area were closed (rare for my area) for bad conditions but the car still handled perfectly. Hopefully this will continue.Chuck C said:Quick update:
My new snow tires handled extremely well in tonight's bad weather in and around Cleveland. I passed several cars and trucks on the freeway. In fact, I drove the car as if I was riding on dry pavement. I even felt a sense of invincibility! :thumbsup:
Tire: Dunlop M3