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Agreed 14MustangV6, but who wants even more power loss... Not me :-)

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Think About It

For what it is worth I just moved back to Pennsylvania from living in Maine. My 2015 GT was stored in a barn from Jan 9th 2015 to March 14th 2015 when I decided to make my escape after spending 2 days digging out of 60 inches (5Feet) of snow. My GT and I left at 4:30 in the morning and never looked back. The snow was chasing me all the way through Maine. 8 and 1/2 hours later I arrived in Bucks County PA where it was only raining. The GT is a great car and I love it. The snow not so much. If you can store your car till the snow is gone go for it otherwise not a good investment in the winter wonderland.

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My 2014 V6 has been great in the snow with snow tires, to the point I wouldn't have any hesitations getting another one (with any engine).

Current: 2014 V6 Mustang Premium, Automatic Transmission, Oxford White, Safety & Security Package.

Previous: 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LS, bone-stock except for automatic transmission.
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