Discussion in 'Generation 4 - General Discusson' started by Raging Bull, Nov 7, 2018.
You don't know what you're missing. Huge difference.
Please tell. Like I said, never an issue on All Season so I don't know how there can possibly be a "huge," difference.
Difference between All Seasons and true, dedicated Winter tires is quite pronounced.
The Winter's will remain soft, pliable, and will provide substantial more grip than All Seasons.
All Seasons are great, but they do sacrifice some aspects of the Winter's, because like their name says, they are designed for "all seasons".
Want the best in cold weather, snow, ice Performance, definitely pick up a set of Winter shoes.
I've had many a car with dedicated Winter's over the years, even when rocking the All Seasons for the three remaining seasons of the year. They just can't be beat.
Just have to pay attention to the forecast when Spring rolls around, as you'll want to remove the Winters when temps start encroaching 50 degrees Fahrenheit on a consistent basis.
Temps near, at, or above 50, the compound will wear quickly.
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These cars with winter tires are so amazing. The best I've ever driven.
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