Since their debut in 1977, all-season tires have served as year-round rubber for many drivers, but do they truly have what it takes to get you where you need to go when winter's worst weather pays a visit? The answer is far from cut-and-dry, and the difference between the best all-season tires and dedicated winter tires in some instances is small. To help shed more light on the matter, we've created a guide to help Massachusetts Toyota drivers see the differences between all-season and winter tires.
We've already covered the major points of comparison between the Toyota Prius v and the Ford C-MAX Hybrid, but many of our customers are interested in the fuel economy of these two models. We've had to rely on EPA fuel economy ratings to compare the two models, but now we have some real-world ratings from none other than Wayne Gerdes, founder of CleanMPG.com and holder of the Guinness World Record for lowest fuel consumption in a hybrid.