I used to drive mine year round in Michigan. A few tips for you. Yes, it will stay warm enough if you have the upgraded top. There were 2 tops, a cheaper, less insulated top and an optional top that provided a sound deadner. I would get a more aggressive tread pattern for winter and less summer type of pattern. You could even go to a winter tire, which by the way are AWESOME in the snow. If you go winter tire, make sure to not put them on until your avg. temp is 35 degrees and take them off as soon as the weekly avg temp is about 40 degrees, otherwise they will wear quickly. If you have factory chrome wheels, get a cheap set of wheels for the winter to keep the chromies nice. Just make sure before you put the chromes in storage for the winter that you coat them with chrome polish and leave it on them....do not wipe it off till you put the chromes back on in the spring....a little trick I learned from a tire store here when my chromes were pitting every winter while in storage. The other item you might think about is a car cover. That will keep the snow and ice off of your top. If you don't go that route, make sure that you have treated your top sometime in late October, then again sometime in January and again in the beginning of April for the rainy season if the car sits outside. This will keep the "waterproofing" up on the top. My final word of advice...if you have a job like I do, keep an eye on the weather. Anymore then 3 or 4 inches of the white stuff, and you will be finding a cot at work. Anytime we had more then 3" of snow predicted, I would go to work till it started snowing, then leave for the day and work from home the rest of the day. I'm lucky too in that I have a ton of hotel points, and the hotel next door to my office is one of those that I have points for, so I could just walk over there for the night if I needed too....but my bosses have been really good about letting me leave when it starts snowing.
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