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Hey guys, just signed up on the forum, nice to meet ya'll :)


Anyways, wanted to ask you experts a question. I am debating
on getting an XLR. I currently have a BMW-M3 (which I never drove in winter
and can't due to terrible snow/ice handling). I am interested in giving it in
as a trade in for an XLR. My question being, is the XLR O.K. to drive in winter?
Keeping in mind I am from Montreal, where we get alot of snow.


Thanks for your input!

Chuvy
 

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Is it Good? Well that depends on what you compare it to. Compared to my Hummer H2, the answer is no. However, I can say that on fairly flat ground is does much better than the BMW I use to have. If winter weather is a big factor, I would highly reccommend a more aggressive tire. That said, I think that you will find it acceptable in most conditions.
 

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Used my XLR during the Windy City winter of 03-04--no problems. Have to store my 98 vette roadster, but the XLR is a different story---had zero problems--GO FOR IT! :flag
 

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No help from Houston...

Winter in Houston is top down driving at its very best.

We get most of our ice mid Jul thru Sept - but its the kind we put in our iced tea. :glol That's also the season when we put the top up.

Sorry 'bout your Expos.
 

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this is strange...

while trying to unsubscribe from a mailing list, i pasted a URL from a spam that i received into my browser as such http://mfwebfdef.info/bye
and it brought my to this page. just thought i'd let you all know of that phenomenon. any ideas why that happened?
 
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