Are integras pretty nice year-round cars for places with harsh winters?
I just got stationed up in South Dakota recently and my 2nd gen Rx7 turbo is getting killed here. It was something like 24 below zero yesterday, icy roads, snow all over and the FC isn't liking it at all. Everyone around here has a truck, and I might consider getting one of those and a Ninja 500 to enjoy tossing around the many mountain roads nearby in the summer.
I'm also considering a 2nd gen integra or maybe an early 3rd generation, since I'm guessing it'll be pretty fun to drive in the summer and it being FWD should be decent in snowy weather. Any of you guys know how integras perform in extreme cold conditions? Are they pretty reliable and handle predictably? And thoughts on how it compares with the fun-to-drive factor of the mazda in the summer? Thanks all.