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    Haha! Well I'm never going to test my skills in those conditions where I live!

    I'd be *******g myself!

    But yeah keeping it in sport where the revs are kept higher the lag is much less noticeable. It's somewhat better in Dynamic too. The throttle seems more direct.

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    Even with good tyres and damn good Winter mode, I'm still jealous on those with AWD or FWD in the snow when moving. But when braking, we are all the same
    S+Dynamic is awesome, but mostly when alone in the car

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    Quote Originally Posted by hulubei View Post
    Even with good tyres and damn good Winter mode, I'm still jealous on those with AWD or FWD in the snow when moving. But when braking, we are all the same
    S+Dynamic is awesome, but mostly when alone in the car
    But a set of winter tyres can do this . . . . .

    https://youtu.be/zoHRnmSxJ64
    XF-S Portfolio in BLACK

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    Sorry for missing the "winter" word from the "good tyres" composition. It's default by law here, otherwise big fine. Still, with a good pair of winter tyres, AWD and even FWD are better in traction and feels at least more predictable.


 

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