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Dec 29, 2012 1:36PM
Wow what the hell are they smoking over at msn. Since when can a Ridgeline, CX-5, 911, or a LaCrosse be consider snow capable. Where are all the true snow vehicles like the evo, the hummer, the F-150 Raptor (or in this case any vehicle that can be considered a truck except for the Ridgeline), any jeep, any Land Rover and even older vehicles form the 90s, 80s, etc. Like Tacomas, Blazers, Suburbans, Broncos, and many more. Any of these cars could replace them
Dec 29, 2012 11:19AM
The idiots that script these things eh? A jeep wrangler with 33's will eat most of these. Had an old CJ5 in the day and it was unstoppable in the worst conditions.
Dec 29, 2012 12:52PM
Spent a month in Alaska on vacation couple years ago, Juneau, Anchorage and Fairbanks seemed like 2/3 of the vehicles were Subaru's Folks up there say they go anywhere and are bullet proof for repairs, now that's a very good endorsement.
Dec 29, 2012 11:56AM
Make mine a Wrangler , Rubicon ,as long as I can see I can go , and at the end of six years I can get a lot of my money back on my next Jeep.
Dec 28, 2012 3:54PM
I love it when I get a chance to see an Eagle still on the road during the winter season. I look forward to driving in snow every year in my Cherokee. I wish they would bring those back, with solid axles of course.
Jan 3, 2013 7:20AM
Where is the Toyota Land Cruiser, Land Rover Range Rover or Jeep in this article? These are proven vehicles the world over with great track records. How can you even compile a list of cars that can handle any terrain without mentioning the Land Cruiser or Wrangler? I've never seen a trail rated Buick.
Dec 29, 2012 11:46AM
No Evo??? put in gravel mode setting on ice or snow makes anyone grin!!! Notice these MSN reviews always leave out the super car slayer.
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