How Jeep Models Handle Winter Driving Conditions

We're in the midst of winter now up here in Attica, and drivers are preparing for the road conditions that come with it. One of the best ways to deal with winter driving is to set yourself up for success from the start with a vehicle that's well-suited for the conditions. Few manufacturers offer a variety of models suited for winter driving like Jeep.

Jeep-brand SUVs are widely respected for their adventurous looks and available off-road capability. However, they can be great winter cars as well for a variety of reasons.

Ground clearance: From the Wrangler to the Renegade, Jeep's capable vehicles are built with higher ground clearance than your typical commuter car. It's a great way to have more confidence in snowy road conditions.

Four-Wheel Drive: Not every Jeep vehicle standard with four-wheel drive, but it's available across the board. Four-wheel drive can pull you out of difficult situations by pushing power to any of the four wheels. Where rear or front-wheel drive cars might struggle, four-wheel drive can thrive.

Selec-Terrain Traction Management: Many Jeep models come with this clever technology, which can adjust performance parameters to maximize grip in different terrains. There's even a setting that improves grip in snow.

If you're interested in getting a winter-ready vehicle, come see us here at Upstate Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram.

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