Good sedan that will drive well in all weather?

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Asked at 2012-07-24 10:56:02
I'm trading my 2004 mustang into carmax & want to know what are some good reasonably priced, safe & reliable, sedans between the make of 2005-present that are great in all kinds of weather.

**I live in the midwest & our winters can get brutal which is my main concern since obviously mustangs suck in snow, I'm also between the age of 19-23, this would be my second car & I will be driving this back to college which is 3 hours away from my hometown so I can't have something that will break down easily since I won't be close to home**
Answer1nyAnswered at 2012-09-23 02:46:03
If you're looking for a sedan that drives well in the winter , then I would agree that rock Subies . However, if everyone you know has an Impreza or Outback , or just do not like how they look , then the best option would be a front-drive sedan with a good set of spare wheels and snow tires. You could get a good set of Michelin or Bridgestone all-season tires , too, which is the cheapest option . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I had an old Nissan Sentra and handled it pretty well in the snow . My Ford Fusion was great in the winter in New York this year , so I think a Malibu would have no problem . Can not speak to the Hyundai , cobalt or Acura . A four-cylinder Malibu or Nissan Sentra / Altima would be a good choice for a student .
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