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So this weather makes it a perfect opportunity to see how the 208 drives in the snow....anyone got any good/bad points about it?
 

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My 208 drives quite well in the snow.
I've fitted winter tyres to it so it's much better than standard.

It's a bit wriggly when driving through slush at higher speeds with the backend
losing traction a little bit. It's easily remedied by slowing down!



I've got a 5-Door 1.6 e-HDi Allure and have
removed the standard alloys and fitted bog standard Peugeot 15""� steel wheels with
195/60/R15 Matador Nordica winter tyres. The car looks crap at the moment as the steel
wheels are fugly but it's grippy in the snow and excellent through the wet too.



I have had winter tyres on my cars for the
past 4 years and recommend them to everyone. The grip is excellent in the cold, wet, ice
and snow and the car feels surefooted. I
usually put the Winter tyres on mid November and the ""Summer tyres""� on in late
March. They're well worth the money.
 

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abs ok traction conyrol works ehrn its wants too again another fault it worked the other day would not work in reverse
 
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