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Benefits of driving a Subaru in the winter

When you imagine winter driving, an image of vehicles slowly inching over snow covered rows through a maze of spun-out and abandoned cars probably comes to mind. Snow and cars, for most of their long history together, have not been compatible. Thankfully, the engineering experts at Subaru have come through for the entire driving world by implementing symmetrical all-wheel drive systems standard in most Subaru models. In the long cold and snowy winter months in our country, it stands to reason that you would want a vehicle that can handle the elements. At Pfaff Subaru in Guelph, we take great pride in the vehicle we sell to the community. A Subaru is a very safe vehicle to drive in the winter months with all of their safety features. In this blog, we take a look at the benefits of all-wheel drive in the snow!

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All-wheel drive provides extra traction in the snow…

The main purpose of four-wheel drive is to provide you with additional traction. In the winter months, traction is important as you drive over icy conditions and through the snow. Better traction can help keep you and your passengers safer in varying road conditions. Whether you plan to travel to a different climate or stay home, this added traction is helpful.

With all-wheel drive, you can drive anywhere with confidence…

With four-wheel drive, you can travel almost anywhere. This includes dirt and gravel roads, snow covered roads, and even roads that are ice covered. During the winter months, many families travel more than usual to visit family and to enjoy winter break. Having a vehicle with available four-wheel drive means that you can travel to places where someone with a simple two-wheel-drive sedan would not dare to venture.

At Pfaff Subaru in Guelph, our Subaru models come with all-wheel drive systems. Subaru is a brand with a reputation for safety, adventure, and durability, and these vehicles can truly take you to places that others can’t. We recommend that you schedule a test drive in an all-wheel drive Subaru at our dealership today!

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