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.......in the Snow. We had our first real storm of the year yesterday, (8 Inches) and I got to, actually had to get out and drive the CT in a real snowstorm for Kansas. I am sure all you Northern Brothers this was just flurries. I will say the car handled really well and traction was not a problem. It did take some getting use to when the rear wheels kicked in. I was not use to the shutter feeling when the rear wheels engaged. All my other 4WD Vehicles have been the traditional 4WD. I did push her a little hard too to see if I could loose control and basically had no luck. I did get the rear end to kick out once but it took some doing. So, in summary the CT did good and I am very satisfied with her performance in winter weather.
 

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.......in the Snow. We had our first real storm of the year yesterday, (8 Inches) and I got to, actually had to get out and drive the CT in a real snowstorm for Kansas. I am sure all you Northern Brothers this was just flurries. I will say the car handled really well and traction was not a problem. It did take some getting use to when the rear wheels kicked in. I was not use to the shutter feeling when the rear wheels engaged. All my other 4WD Vehicles have been the traditional 4WD. I did push her a little hard too to see if I could loose control and basically had no luck. I did get the rear end to kick out once but it took some doing. So, in summary the CT did good and I am very satisfied with her performance in winter weather.

I've driven an F-150 4x4 for a lot of years. It is very good in the snow.

However, I have to agree with you, the 4wd version of the Bean seems to be perfect for snow and ice. It's so good in the snow that it's almost boring. Loves it.
 

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I've driven an F-150 4x4 for a lot of years. It is very good in the snow.

However, I have to agree with you, the 4wd version of the Bean seems to be perfect for snow and ice. It's so good in the snow that it's almost boring. Loves it.
Yea, I had a Chevy Silverado for about 8 yeas and love to go out in the snow and play. I go to work pretty early and would kick out the rear and drift my was down the street. Passed a cop once doing that too, thought I was going to get busted but he just looked at me like what an idot. :D
 

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We got a 4-5 inches the other day and I tried to get it to lose traction... and couldn't do it... LOL. Damn thing is heavy, sturdy, reliable, and sound on the ice and snow... NO FUN! hmm.. may have to turn off the 4wd! and see what happens!
 
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