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Top Five Best Cars For Snow

By on November 18, 2014

#2 Nissan Pathfinder

The Nissan Pathfinder promises to deliver the seven people that the vehicle comfortable fits safely, even in slick conditions, thanks to the lockable four-wheel drive mode.

The car has three available driving modes, 4WD, 2 Wheel Drive and Auto (which senses the best mode depending on the driving conditions.

Among car’s in this class (seven seats) the Nissan Pathfinder is one of the most reliable in the snow. With a combined fuel economy of 22 MPG, it is also one of the most fuel efficient vehicles of its size.
Price, Fuel Economy, Power:

  • MSRP: From $30,810
  • MPG: 19 city/25 highway/22 combined
  • Horsepower: 260 HP
  • Engine: 3.5L

#1 Subaru Outback

It’s rare to drive in the snowy states like Colorado, Vermont and Minnesota and NOT see a Subaru model on the road.

There’s a reason for the overwhelming popularity of Subaru vehicles in states with harsh winters.

They are some of the best performing vehicles in snow and ice available. It’s hard for any other automaker to compete.

The Subaru Outback is one of the automaker most popular models. A large wagon (seemingly getting bigger and bigger every year) the car blends all wheel drive performance with an elevated ground clearance that allows it to plow through snow similarly to an SUV.

The Subaru AWD system outperforms other AWD technology because of the way power is distributed. The symettrical system evenly distributes power for maximized protection, instead of the alternative slip-then-grip system.

Driving this car in the snow will likely affirm why so many darn people own one.

Price, Fuel Economy, Power:

  • MSRP: From $24,895
  • MPG: 25 city/33 highway/29 combined
  • Engine: 2.5L

Winter is here! We hope these rides help get you there safely!

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