Originally Posted by newrexer
I have a 2012 wrx with stock summer tires. Iím looking at getting a set of wheels and tires for winter driving.
Snowfall varies from a half inch to a foot or more. Roads are always plowed during and after storms when they occur. Temps on average are below freezing mid November through mid March and at times below zero.
I'm torn between all seasons or a snow tire because there is a lot of dry pavement driving. We also have a 2011 Outback which has the stock all seasons which got around great last winter. Is it safe to say the wrx would get around just as good with all seasons?
I've had a few sets of Snows on my Jetta. Makes it come close to our Subie with all seasons for starts but the snows own on the stopping power. I'd get them, you'll really notice the overall improvement when the going gets bad. Day to day, dry cold roads its going to be driving on marshmallows.