Top Five Best Cars For Snow

By on November 18, 2014

#4 Jeep Grand Cherokee

The Jeep Grand Cherokee is a top-of-the-line snow car for several reasons.

First is the SUV’s 4WD standard setting. Jeep implemented an innovative rear axle disconnect feature in the Cherokee, meaning the 4WD is only engaged when it’s most needed — improving the overall efficiency of the vehicle.

The second feature in the Grand Cherokee that improves the vehicle’s snow capabilities is the ability to raise and lower the vehicle’s height. This feature is implemented with the touch of a button.

Finally, Cherokee’s can be customized with up to five different settings — Auto, Snow, Sport, Sand/Mud and Rock. The car delivers different AWD protection, depending on the specific condition.

Price, Fuel Economy, Power:

  • MSRP: From $31,895
  • MPG: 17 city/24 highway/ 20 combined
  • Horsepower: 290 HP
  • Engine:3.6L

#3 Audi All Road

Price, Fuel Economy, Power:

  • MSRP: From $42,400
  • MPG:21city/ 28 highway/ 24.5 combined
  • Horsepower: 220 HP
  • Engine: 2.0L

Audi epitomizes luxury, power and practicality. The Audi Allroad, blends all three.

Somewhere between a station wagon and an SUV, the Allroad boasts a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, 220 horsepower and Audi’s celebrated “quattro”AWD system.

The system is so impressive because it distributes power to wheels that need it most, which improves control in slick conditions.

By better distributing the engine’s power, the Audi Allroad is one of the highest performing cars in snowy weather.

Heated outside mirrors, headlamp washers, rain-sensing windshield wipers and optional heated seats make this a true all-weather vehicle.


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