Winter wreaks havoc on our roads, there’s no denying that. But, you can fight this havoc, or more specifically successfully circumvent it, by getting yourself a car that is packed full of winter readiness. Just a few of these cars can be found below.

2013 Land Rover Range Rover

Suzuki Swift

 

You want to stay rooted as firmly to the roads as you possibly can this winter, don’t you? Well, if you want this to be the case then you simply have to think about getting yourself a Suzuki Swift. This is because of the fact that this car simply does not leave the road!

 

It does not leave the road because of a system it comes ready made with: the ALLGRIP. As you can probably deduce from its name, this system grips. It grips to any road, no matter the condition of it, no matter the weather, no matter the season. What’s more, the Swift’s tyres come wrapped in a SZ5 trimming, which is the best trimming out on the roads today for grip. So, make sure the Swift comes into your plans if your plan is to stay safely on all the roads you drive upon this winter.

 

Land Rover Discovery Sport

 

If going a bit further afield is your goal this winter, then you’re going to need a car that won’t yield to the high demands of off road drives. And a car that certainly won’t do this is the Land Rover Discovery Sport. This is car that is designed to conquer the unknown. It is a car that is designed to go further than the road and venture into parts that most cars wouldn’t even think about touching — and it can even do this in the winter. But this doesn’t mean that this is just a car that those wishing to go off road this winter should buy. No, this car should be bought by road users, too, as it will offer them the chance to find alternative routes to work when the road they usually use is jam packed or laden with ice. So, if going off road, even if it is just for five minutes a day to avoid traffic, is your goal this winter, then make sure the Discovery Sport comes into your thinking.

Fiat Panda 4×4

 

The Fiat Panda 4×4 may not be the biggest car on the road today, but this doesn’t mean it doesn’t come jam packed with winter readiness. No, this is a car that has just about as much mobility as any other car on the market today, which ultimately means it can avoid potential winter dangers, such as fallen trees that were brought down by heavy winds, with ease. What’s more, this is a car that comes with tyres made specially for the slushy muddy and snowy terrains induced by winter.

 

Volvo V60 Cross Country

 

If you live in a country that is likely to be laden with deep snow, then the Volvo V60 Cross Country is a car you should be seriously considering. You should be considering it if you live in a place such as Canada, for instance, because it is a car that sits 65mm off the ground, which subsequently means it can cut and plough through snow just like, well, a snow plough. This means that, like the previously mentioned Discovery Sport, the V60 Cross Country is a car that has no trouble in facing muddy hills, snowy terrains and rocky tracks.

As you know, the winter time is the worst time to be a driver. Everything just gets 10x harder, and 10x more difficult. And that’s why you should be seriously considering and even looking into buying a car that will help you successfully circumvent the very dangerous driving time that approaches. Well, if you don’t want to have to find a car accident lawyer to deal with any accidents that you find yourself involved in then make sure you get yourself a car that comes winter ready. And, if you don’t want to put yourself and your fellow road users and drivers in danger, then get yourself a car that comes winter ready or at least have your current car winter tuned. By doing so, you might just save a life.

So, if you want to stay safe during your winter driving, then make sure you get yourself a car that will allow you to do so. And, if you want to stay safe whilst driving in the dark nights of winter also, then make sure to check out the article found here.