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IMHO a Cayman should not be driven in this stuff. Notice how the Winter Porsche looks good dirty and doesn't mind sleeping outside at night. It's around
freezing and the roads are covered in dirty, slippery crud. Who wants to drive a nice car in this #@%$?;) Get a Winter Porsche.:hilarious:

Man, when will this stuff go. Second time I shovelled tonite. I envy all who are somewhere warm tonite.

Pardon my rant!!!:thanks::helpme:
 

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I drive mine year round as well.
 

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I drive mine year round as well.
I know it can be done because I've driven Vettes with good winter tires in the past. I do prefer my AWD STI in winter because it's still fun, handles the crud well and I don't really care if some goof slides into my car. I fully understand this is just a personal preference.
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I drive mine pretty much all year round. I have a set of Michelin Pilot Alpins which go on the car around Thanksgiving and come off in late March/early April, depending on the temperature.

 
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