Is rear wheel drive as bad as reported in the snowy or rainy seasons in Chicago and on a Mercedes SUV or any other vehicle?

Asked by May 05, 2014 at 12:42 AM

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Depends on who you talk to. If you want to own a RWD in the snow belt areas, a dedicated set of snow tires is recomended.

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front drive does have the advantage of having weight over the drive wheels, but a good set of snow tires and a good driver can do fine with rear drive.

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