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I agree- couple weeks ago we got literally 20 inches of snow and my AWD TB handled the unplowed driveways amazingly! Lots of strength! BUT, I received a "service side indicator alert" message for no apparent reason- my blind spot indicator lights work fine.:unsure:
 

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May be a sensor was dirty.snow covered?
 
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Tires are absolutely the biggest factor (I think), after that the snow type (powdery vs heavy/wet) make a difference. Ice? Not much really helps unless you've got studs (when are almost unheard of anymore) or chains... But AWD should really help on these. So far I've been happy in MI.
 
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Keep that snow in DENVER.
 

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With those types of snowfall, not many vehicles do very well. We received part of that storm Monday. Where I live, it was just under 6 inches. I like winter, for winter activities, but it is now time to move along, so I can clean up the TB. Thankfully most of winter has been pretty easy here.
 
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