you guys that said the Celi sucks in snow either have bald crappy tires or suck at DRIVING in snow. This is the third winter I've driven mine, and it does FANTASTIC. Where I live we get assloads of snow (half hour south of Erie, Pa). Last Monday we got 27" of snow, I drove home 25 miles, the last 8 miles on my road with a good 6-8" od unplowed snow and no tracks on it. I had no problem. You just got to have good tires, and take it easy. The only time I have trouble is if the snow is real deep, like if I haven't plowed the driveway in a few days. When driving home in the storm last Monday, I laughed my ass off as I cruised by a F-350 dualie that was buried in the ditch. Damn guy thinks his 4x4 is invincible, but my little Celica had no trouble.