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  • avatar canddmeyer 08/06/08 6:38 am PST

    No matter what kind of vehicle she chooses, it must have snow tires for traction and especially for braking. Many folks get a second set of wheels and tires for winter use. Subaru's, some smaller Toyota SUV models, and the Ford Taurus AWD are some vehicles to consider. In winter driving MPG plummets, so don't be too alarmed when it happens.

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  • epgolfs 08/05/08 11:53 am PST

    I'm amazed at how often this kind of question comes up! Here's a great tool that should help: Compare


  • texases 08/05/08 1:34 pm PST

    Forester would be my #1 choice, non-turbo.

  • canddmeyer 08/06/08 6:38 am PST

    No matter what kind of vehicle she chooses, it must have snow tires for traction and especially for braking. Many folks get a second set of wheels and tires for winter use. Subaru's, some smaller Toyota SUV models, and the Ford Taurus AWD are some vehicles to consider. In winter driving MPG plummets, so don't be too alarmed when it happens.

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