I have only driven mine in rain soaked roads last week during Sandy and Compared to the 08 Civic I had before I think this car is gonna be great in the snow. No hydroplaning at all and a real solid feel even going 65-70. in The same conditions with the Honda I would of never approached much more than 60 and would of been hydroplaining all over the place. I was rally impressed, and this has traction control to boot.How do they drive in bad weather conditions please tell all!!
Thats great news. I traded in my 4x4 for this car and was wondering about the snow.We got about 5"+ of snow between yesterday and last night, this morning it's been freezing rain and sleet and I am very happy with how well the Dart handled in the snow, ice and flooded slushy roads. I was very concerned because I have had Jeeps and trucks for the last several years and I live on a dirt private street that is not well maintained at all. I added some air to the tires yesterday just because they've been running low since it's been colder. I only had one corner I started to slide a bit on but as soon as I let off the gas it was fine. Traction control kicked in when I was heading into that corner from second to third but it was very minor regrip. It felt stable and solid even through the flooded slush. And the citrus peel against the white snow everywhere is awesome ;-) I love it!
The more I see your car, the more I like that color.Great ad. Chrysler has a great advertisement group.
I got to the bus stop a bit early this afternoon and it happens to be a big parking lot full of snow. I tried to slip and slide and couldn't but it sure was fun trying! Besides clearance which I knew I was giving up anyway, I give it a huge thumbs up.
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