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I agree. To use the M5 year around up north, have max performance summer tires and specific winter tires on seperate rims. All seasons are very good these days but still compromise summer performance yet don't provide enough winter traction to be true 4 season tires. I've found the Pilot PS2s to have excellent wet weather traction so they're great for 3 seasons. For the few times Charlotte gets bad weather, I drive a winter beater. It didn't cost much more than rims and a few sets of tires.
 
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