Kinda funny that my truck slips an slides and drifts around corners in 4x4 high haha!Frontiers are pretty beast in snow. Was up at my brothers a few years ago, and he had one as a work truck and we got through some stuff I never thought we would.
Good tires makes a ton of difference
I live in the so dak. Just flat land east river here. All the interesting land is west river including the black hillsNot looking forward to it here. Just watching idiots drive down my street almost gave me a heart attack last year. That being said I am hoping to get a few snow wheeling excursions in this coming winter.
Nothing like a snowy trek up into the mountains with a lunch stop that includes a nice dram of whisky and a cigar
The recent storm only left 17 inches lol! But we re expecting another storm this week I think. The stock tires seem to be holding up pretty well thoughWe just had a storm with 23" in a 24hr period. My daughter asked to go to her friends house on the other side of town because they wanted to go sledding. It's nice having a vehicle that I know will get me there as long as I don't drive like an idiot. I worry more about the other drivers on the road during snow than anything else. These trucks are great in the snow as long as you keep a decent set of tires on them.
Oh jeeze least you dodged the garbage truck. Kinda looking to get a set of general A/Ts for my fronty...just debating on staying at stock size or go to 33sWe just got nearly a foot here in northern Utah, and she handled it just perfectly. I live in a bowl where the roads in and out are fairly steep. A trash truck lost traction coming down, while i was parked on the street. I just put it in 4 low and drove it into the yard. Leaving the same day, it was pretty funny watching Subaru's getting stuck going up the same road, while I had it in 4-hi and the tires didn't even slip. Tires are new Les Schwab Back Country A/T's (overpriced i know, but I got a discount).