I'd touched on this in another thread where I spoke abut how impressed I was with my Stinger, as I'm part way through my second winter with this car. I've put good winter tires on it and it's had no trouble handling our Canadian Prairie winters. Right now, things are bitterly cold and regardless of whether streets are ice/snow covered or clear, all roads are slippery. The Stinger just digs in and goes. I've been tempted to turn off traction control just to have more fun, but have decided better of it and have made due with a half second of sliding sideways before the traction control kicks in. Just thought I'd post the weather from earlier this morning. My Stinger lives outside and has had no issues starting in this weather, though I must confess to using the block heater these last couple of nights. I have no doubt the car would still start without being plugged in, but it's certainly easier on the car when the oil is somewhat warmed. The UVO remote start is a blessing in this weather, but it is worth noting that it won't work if the hood is ajar to allow you to access the block heater plug with an extension cord.