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Old 12-26-2012, 06:56 AM   #11
Guzzi 1
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2014 Impreza Limited
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What is the deepest the impreza can handle? Currently in little rock, Arkansas and there is about 5 inches and the impreza can handle very well with the DWS on. I am very impress about the tank like characteristic but It is definitely different than the rwd bias the c240 4matic Mercedes. The c240 was joy to drive in the snow. Easy to drift but the impreza is not. oh well. I feel confident in the impreza just like the c240. Hopefully the impreza can handle 8 or 9 inches of snow
I cannot speak to the new one, but I once got my '03 WRX stuck trying to get out of the driveway. Once I pushed the door open, and walked to the other side, the snow was up to the door glass on the passenger side. The underside actually got hung up. That was a drift. I'm thinking that 8 or 9 inches will be no trouble for the Subaru, but I suppose it could depend on how light or heavy the snow is. That was the only time in the 10 years of ownership I ever got stuck with that car.

Warning: Owning a Subaru will make you lazy when it comes to running the snow blower in your driveway.

They're calling for a foot, or thereabouts, of snow here in NE Ohio starting sometime around noon. Blizzard warning starting sometime today. Blowing and drifting snow. There is a big storm coming up from the South.

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