Mine is lowered and I don't have any issues. If the snow is super deep, an inch drop isn't going to matter:icon_wink:No plans for anymore mods just yet. The suspension does interest me as the STi stuff isn't as expensive as I'd thought. I just worry that I'll loose some ground clearance in the snow....
In the countryside where I live, the Legacy is king!!!You know.. I never really saw Foresters in the big cities. Well, a few in Kyoto, but they were mostly the rugged style we have here in the US and most of the drivers were female. I did see quite a few, however, while passing the countryside on the shinkansen. It seems like the Forester is more popular in Japan with the non city folk eh?
Thanks, that's good to know. I was kind of thinking the same thing. But its good to hear it from someone that's done it:icon_biggrin: It would be nice to have it done before the winter arrives so I can enjoy it on the nice dry roads:icon_wink: Time to start saving again!!!Mine is lowered and I don't have any issues. If the snow is super deep, an inch drop isn't going to matter:icon_wink:
Same in Sapporo. I guess when you live in a city that snows 250 inches a year, you see a lot of AWD/4WD cars, including integras, corollas, and sentras, oh my!In the countryside where I live, the Legacy is king!!!
Of course you see a lot of the small white pick-ups that the old guys drive but I'm not counting them. It goes something like this :
(You can probably swap 1 and 2 around in the cities)
I usually see a few foresters every day but very few Cross Sports and STi's.
But as I said, Legacy's are everywhere...