How true :smokin: .That's a bit of an open-ended question.
They're either A) A complete death-trap or B) No problem whatsoever.
It depends whether you can drive and if you know how to handle the car.
Although at the end of the day if you don't go over 2k rpm they're the same as (or if not slower than) any other car on the road.
I would go out in a GTR with its 4X4 ,... but the RWD GTSt ... is a nightmare ... or its the biggest hoot you'll have in the snow :smokin:Hi, i was wondering if you guys are driving the skyline in winter times?
Is it good on slippy roads? I mean how is it in winter conditions ?
Yes, the GTR wouldnt be so bad on snow i think but the GTST can be a nightmare yes, i know some people that dont usually drive their gtst in winter conditions..I would go out in a GTR with its 4X4 ,... but the RWD GTSt ... is a nightmare ... or its the biggest hoot you'll have in the snow :smokin:
depends - do you know a good cheap bodyshop ! :chuckle: :chuckle:
I survived a fun day out in the white fluffy stuff a couple of years back (GTSt .. auto box !!) great fun .. no one else stupid enough to be on the roads ! Drifts .. spins .. slides .. all harmless fun ... till it slid into the tree putting it back on my driveway Doh !!
Seriously - leave it in the garage and put some snow chains on something less precious
Er...you sure about that?. I can assure you there is a massive difference driving a front wheel drive Ka with skinny tyres and a 245 tyred GTR or a 225 tyred automatic scorpio. All 3 completely different to drive with only one of them being remotely capabledriving the skyline in the snow is the same as driving any other car in the snow