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Just picked mine up on the 23rd. Drove it to QUE. skiing. Drove it home yesterday through a blizzard. Not one skid or slip. I love the AWD. Bought the polished metal, no NAVI because I already had a Garmin. I had an Accord so it didn't take much getting used to where everything is. Now I just have to figure out how to deprogram the auto door locks which are extremely annoying.....other than that I love it!
 

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Hod ours out in the snow today. Worked like a charm. We were just a little worried that other cars on the road couldn't perform as well and might come in contact!
 

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Just picked mine up on the 23rd. Drove it to QUE. skiing. Drove it home yesterday through a blizzard. Not one skid or slip. I love the AWD. Bought the polished metal, no NAVI because I already had a Garmin. I had an Accord so it didn't take much getting used to where everything is. Now I just have to figure out how to deprogram the auto door locks which are extremely annoying.....other than that I love it!
Read the manual. We deprogrammed this annoying feature on my Wifes TSX.
 

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i test drove the CT in a snow storm we had here in Montreal and let me tell you that with no winter tires the car was awesome! I had to, at one point remind myself that there was a snow storm out there because i was driving as if it was a beautiful summer day.
 

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i test drove the CT in a snow storm we had here in Montreal and let me tell you that with no winter tires the car was awesome! I had to, at one point remind myself that there was a snow storm out there because i was driving as if it was a beautiful summer day.
Well if you get one, in Quebec you have to get the snows. I generally find with my MDX, the all seasons are fine. My wife's TSX however needs the snows. What tires are on the Crostour? My MDX has the Michelen Crosstours I think. I'd look but my son has it out right now.
 

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Well if you get one, in Quebec you have to get the snows. I generally find with my MDX, the all seasons are fine. My wife's TSX however needs the snows. What tires are on the Crostour? My MDX has the Michelen Crosstours I think. I'd look but my son has it out right now.

The MDX's tires are Michelen Crossterrains. Sorry
 

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Winter tires vs All season tires

Check out these Y tube videos on this topic and be the judge. In particular video Module 2 of 6 that has two Honda Ridgeline and yes both have VSA and ABS.
 

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Performance in snow

We drove in the snow covered roads yesterday and this morning. We didn't have any problem starting off uphill. The 4WD on the Crosstour is the same design as the CVR and my friend loves his CVR on snow covered roads. The reason we bought the Crosstour was the 4WD and the increased height of the seat from the road surface. Our 2006 SE was getting to be a problem for my legs & knees! And then I had to put on chains in December to get to our house!! Now if I can just correct those low beam headlights!!!!
 

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I haven't had much opportunity to drive through what I would consider "a lot" of snow. I use to drive around in a lowered Acura Integra in one feet of snow. That was not fun at all. :(
 
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