With the stock BFG KDW-IIS. No way in hell. Excellent wet and dry traction....NOT recommended for snow.
I've had mine out with my 225/40R18 All seasons (smaller tire better in the snow bigger its worse...so yeah mines worse but better than stock) the past week. We've been snowed on like 3 days here. The other day (Thu) we got around 6" at my house. I took my baby out, cause I had to go to class at 7am, and 2nd gear start....taking it VERY easy on the throttle the car was perfectly fine. Right through 6" of snow like no other. I live on a hill too, no problems there either.
Had him out tonight, roads were literally a SHEET of ice...the road just glistened. You got out of your car and almost fell. Again 2nd gear starts I was fine. With a 1st gear start I was spinning a bit even with the throttle I would normally give it. But taking it to like 9% throttle I was taking off perfectly fine (9% throttle compliments of SAFC-II LOL). But I felt better in 2nd, so thats what I did.
My driveway has about 2-3" of packed ice at the start of it, and backing in and pulling in my car does just fine. It crawled up over a foot and a half pile of snow when I was backing in one day. WHOOSH.
But yeah, my baby's a snow monstie, he can do it. Just get some all-seasons or snow tires. You'll be set.