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How did it do? Cannot wait to try mine out.
I don't have any pictures of mine but ours handles the snow very well in MD. Most of our storms I drive in are 5-6" or less, so I can't comment on the really deep stuff. All season tires but I know how to drive in the snow and have had no issues.

The biggest limitation I see in deeper snow is when you start plowing with the front bumper or anything under the vehicle, that will put a big stop to momentum.
 

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I don't have any pictures of mine but ours handles the snow very well in MD. Most of our storms I drive in are 5-6" or less, so I can't comment on the really deep stuff. All season tires but I know how to drive in the snow and have had no issues.

The biggest limitation I see in deeper snow is when you start plowing with the front bumper or anything under the vehicle, that will put a big stop to momentum.
Our neighborhood wasn't plowed out a few days ago, and there was about a foot of snow on the ground. I got it out (It's a FWD) and it went through the whole thing. Absolutely love it.
 
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