Best Used SUVs for Snow
SUVs remain popular for Colorado Springs and Cimarron Hills, CO, drivers partly because they’re excellent in inclement weather. Here, we present the best used SUVs for snow and tell you which ones will work well for Fort Carson and Canon City, Colorado, outings. Then, visit Red Noland Pre-Owned Center to browse our SUV lineup of the ones spotlighted below.
A cocoon away from any storm, the Wagoneer provides luxurious heated front seats paired with a heated steering wheel. Your windshield will stay clear with rain-sensing wipers, rear wiper, and the rear window defroster.
Collision Mitigation for both front and rear prevention lets you know when you could be close to a wipeout. The back-up camera ensures that it’s safe to exit a parking spot or driveway.
Drivers rely on the Toyota RAV4 for many things, including traveling through snow. Open your car without taking off your gloves through the remote keyless entry and the front fog lights slice through the fog.
Prepare for the cold by knowing beforehand how cold it truly is with the outside temperature display.
A backup camera comes standard, and the Rear Cross-Traffic Alert system lets you know when something or someone is behind you, even in deep snow. The Tire Pressure Monitor System informs you about your tires and gives you the inflation status, so you’re not unexpectedly stuck on the side of an icy road.
Trust in the Honda CR-V when it’s snowing. The heated wiper, rear window defroster, and heated door mirrors help you maintain good visibility. Plus, warm up your frigid car before you arrive through the remote engine start.
If you stopped for supplies at the local store, you won’t need to struggle to open an iced-up trunk with the remote trunk release. As you exit a spot in the parking lot, the backup camera offers multiple views and the Rear Cross- Traffic Alert and Blind Spot Information system add to that security.
You’ll have heated mirrors and a rear window wiper with a built-in defroster to keep your Chevy Tahoe clear and clean. When you reach your home, you won’t need to leave your comfortable heated front seat because the Universal Home Remote opens your garage for you.
If you’ve attached a trailer, the Trailer Sway Control keeps it steady through snow-laden roads. Even when you’re traveling at low speeds to stay safe, the Low-Speed Forward Braking engages if you’re in danger of making impact with another car. As you may expect, the Tahoe offers 4WD to manage uneven or snow-covered terrain.
Start your Subaru Forester before you brave the blowing snow by using the Remote Engine Start. You’ll be welcomed into a warm oasis with heated front and rear seats and a matching heated steering wheel. If you find it getting a little too hot, use the voice activation to turn down the heat.
From every direction, you’ll be aware of what’s going on even when the snow blankets the road before you. The signature EyeSight® systems guide you over the river and through the woods with Pre-Collision Braking and Rear Collision Mitigation. Standard all-wheel drive helps you get a grip on slippery roads.