Don't really understand the need for AWD, if you've got decent winter tires and LSD, you should be able to use your car easily through winter.

If you only intend to drive around town and on flat country roads, then you don't need AWD. Throw the alps with steep inclines into the mix and you need AWD. I have passed too many RWD MB and BMW which don't make it up the ski resorts without chains. Never had an issue with AWD.

My old 997 S with new'ish winter tires and LSD did not make it up the steep hill where we live. Neither did any other RWD car. It was not fun to slide backwards all the way down, but watching everyone else doing the same made up for it Smiley 

AWD for me.


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