We plan on driving ours in the winter. It hardly entered my mind not to.
With a posi rear, snow tires and a little weight in the trunk I should be good to go.
Park it for the winter….
I do not ever remember having big troubles with rear wheel drive cars in the winter not to mention one with a posi rear. I really think people over state the drivability of front wheel drive cars vs rear wheel drive (could be an age thing). Essentially it boils down to the driver and even up here in New York the difference now-a-days between a snow covered road and one that isn’t is about 3 hours. As far as salt goes in the winter…so what? They sell new cars every day of the week. The Toyota Highlander we are trading in cost a bit more than this thing and we didn’t park it.
2011 V6 Mustang - Premium
Sterling Gray Metallic, Charcoal Black
Automatic, 2.73 Rear
Comfort Package, Camera
AM/BAMA 93R Tune, K&N Drop-In, Roush Axle Back