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Didn't have my good camera, but this will do.



Can't wait for spring...
 

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My wife and I were talking last week about how well they handle in the snow. I have never driven a vehicle that holds so well to the road when snow covered! It gets better with every new experience!


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And to think I'm planning on doing coilovers this spring! I'll just have to pick and choose which days I drive next winter. Honestly, even with the stock ride height, the car was pretty low for this much snow.
 

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Its not that bad here yet. We had only about a 1" of snow. 15-18 degrees. Hate snow, love heated seats.
 

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And to think I'm planning on doing coilovers this spring! I'll just have to pick and choose which days I drive next winter. Honestly, even with the stock ride height, the car was pretty low for this much snow.
Certainly a concern I have in mind...again luckily I don't have much snow and when it does come it doesn't remain for very long at all. Coils is planned very soon so this is now going to be constanty on my mind with the weather getting colder and colder.
 

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If you're concerned about snow driving, one thing to consider when looking at the different coilover options is not only the drop limit, but also the height limitations. I'd imagine most coilovers will give you an option of being right around stock height if adjusted all the way up so you'd simply just have to adjust your height as the weather changes.
 
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