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· Polished Metal Metallica
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@Metalicana , glad you've had such good results with the CrossClimate 2's. I've heard good things about them, for both regular driving but also for snow/ice conditions as well.

To answer your question (even though I'm crashing your 9th gen party with some 8th gen input), I've used Nokian WR-series all-weather tires since 2013. The WR G4s on my car currently are great - quiet, very good performance in dry and wet conditions, and in the winter they turn my FWD V6 coupe into a competent snow vehicle.

If I lived somewhere with more extreme winter weather, like the Adirondacks, the UP of Michigan, or the Iron Range in Minnesota, I'd go with a set of dedicated winters - the Nokian Hakkapeliitta R5, the Michelin X-ice, or the Bridgestone Blizzak.
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