To me a Subaru makes a great winter
snow car. This time I bought a WRX,
since my summer car is a BMW M3
Except at very low RPMs, the WRX might
as well have an M3 on it. The handling
on a very narrow twisty road is as good
as the M3, and the accelleration as
long as you stay above 3000 RPM is also
about the same. But the WRX has more
features, it does not transmit
potholes to your back, it goes in snow,
and it has all weather performance
tires that do not require replacement
every 13000 miles.
Accelleration, handling, braking, all
weather tires, goes in snow.
Holds lots of stuff since it is a wagon.
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