Last April I taught a seminar 7 miles from home, while it snowed. I got there at 7:30am on clear streets. Took about 10 minutes. By 4:00pm there were at least 10 inches on the ground. It took me 45 minutes to get within 15 feet of my driveway. I live on a cul-de-sac and none of my neighbors was dumb enough to go out that day (and create a path for me), so I finally got hung up just as I was about to turn into my driveway. But until then, I did OK by just driving slow and steady (well, except for the 20 minutes it took to get up the highway off-ramp -- four cars ahead of me were stopped cold).You guys are scaring me about driving my 2018 on snow/ice. I drove a 2013 for 3 winters without any problems. Thru snow so high I basically plowed the street. No problems on the original tires.
Is everyone saying the Gen2’s with original tires aren’t as good?
Long story short-- I've got no complaints about the original tires.