The car is fine for winter, but (here is comes) If you get hit with a good amount of snow (6+ inches) the car fights you (at least it seemed to for me.) Driving down the highway I could here the snow dragging on the front bumper at times. I made it home fine. I don't have winter tires on it so take my review with a grain of salt.(make that tons of salt ;) ) I was doing around 40 mph on the highway bouncing in the tracks of other vehicles. Traction control work perfectly for me. If you get stuck you can floor the car eventually the tires will start to spin some just takes time. Moral to the story is be smart (pun intended) give yourself at least 4 times the space when pulling out on the road. Almost got stuck numerous times. (btw I am talking about the snowstorm that hit Dundee, Michigan on Thursday. I have parked the car for now until the roads become cleared off. But that is just me. I would have no problem driving it daily to be honest. I am lucky I have multiple vehicles available to me so I can do that. Well I wasted enough time.
Merry Christmas, Happy holidays
(re-post from forum)
Note: I should mention that the roads wasn't plowed I had to drive during the blizzard.