Originally Posted by Rootus
Was anyone suggesting that you can't survive in the snow without AWD? Of course that's not true, people do it all the time. But it's undeniable that with the same snow tires and AWD, you're much better off than any 2WD setup.
If you are a crappy driver yes but if you are an accomplished driver really the only difference (assuming winter tires) is traction from a stop. I went from an EVO X in winter to a 5.0L and really didn't notice any inconveniences in a Canadian winter in the Mustang compared to the EVO.