Originally Posted by Achmedisdead
So which car do you choose when there is snow on the roads? I'm assuming that you must have something AWD in the stable....especially now with a baby in the family.
We have a Volvo wagon that has AWD, I don't talk about it much because there's not much to talk about, it's a Volvo.
It's also the housekeeper's primary vehicle. There's also the Wayne Rover, which I used today, and it's a lot of fun to drive. There's not much that can keep it from going anywhere.
Originally Posted by warrenpchi
Yeah, no way. Or at least, not as nice as this one under the hood.
We had a breeze blow by a little earlier...
We ended up with ~4" by this morning. That wasn't bad. The Rover went through it like it wasn't even there. As expected, half the staff called in saying they couldn't make it, but it was dead so all we did was get caught up on service and projects. We put the Mustang on the dyno and she put down a colossal 737hp w/ 724 lb/ft of torque at the wheels, and 826hp at the crank.
Originally Posted by obobskivich
Seriously if you're going somewhere where a Cadillac isn't "good enough" - you're going to the wrong neighborhood.
For a family of ants? Seriously how much back seat does it really have?
(this is a broader criticism of modern sedans - not just Cadillac)
Want me to relay our adventures with Lincoln electrical systems?
The CTS has lots of room in the back, that's why I got a sedan and not the coupe. It seats two adults very comfortably w/ plenty of leg room (and I'm fairly tall).