if i recall, the is300 does not come with all-season rubber (esp. on the 17" wheels). what do y'all plan on doing when the snow comes?Originally posted by Agent Smith:
Daily driver, no snow just some rain in the bay area...no wit, and certainly no intellect
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a bit better, maybe, but still not greatOriginally posted by EricK:
I'm assuming the CL-s would be better in the snow than the IS300 because it's front wheel drive and has most of the weight up front... The IS300 is nose heavy and is rear wheel drive.... That's a plus for the CL-S
when i was in long beach on business, i saw about 10 is300s in two days. lots more out there than here. then again, the weather is perfect, so that's most likely the reason.Originally posted by Agent Smith:
G - no snow in the bay area...I take my SUV to Tahoe...
here in MI, our winters have been relatively lame over the last 8-10 years, literally. of course, now that my jeep is due back in a month and i'll have to drive the cl-s everywhere, it'll snow like a sumbitch...just watch.Originally posted by rarjoon:
This is my DD. I usually use public transportation to go to work M-F in NYC. But it will be my DD for a long time. I dont need to worry about snow cause thats why we pay taxes in NYC ...so them big a$$ plows can clean the highways and roads and salt em too to melt the ice. So traction not an issue in NYC (and if it is... slow down a bit in bad weather? duh?) ... we're not in the boonies!