January 3rd, 2019 by

As they say, winter is on its way, and if you’re a Baltimore driver, you know what that means. Snow. Lots of snow. If you’re a driver that’s in the market for a new vehicle that can handle the extreme winter conditions without breaking a sweat, you’re in the right place! In this blog we’ll rundown some ideal vehicles that will hold steadfast against the tough Maryland winter. Whether you’re after a sedan, SUV or truck, there’s a solid winter vehicle for Baltimore area drivers to get behind the wheel of to take on winter.

Important Performance, Power, and Tire Considerations

Drivers considering a winter vehicle should have a few things in mind: drivetrain and power option. You’ll want a vehicle with plenty of power and traction behind it, so you can traverse those slippery, slushy, snowy Baltimore roads. With that said, all-wheel drive or four-wheel drive models are ideally candidates. You can have the most powerful engine and the best all-wheel drive drivetrain, but if you don’t have decent snow tires to go with them, you’re not looking good. Winter tires and studded tires are two kinds of tires that drivers will want to look into. Winter tires have deeper, more aggressive tread patterns that are made to deal with winter road conditions. Winter tires are built to improve traction on wet, snow, winter roads. Studded tires are winter tires with metal protuberances embedded in them. These metal implants provide improved traction on icy roads; they’re for drivers that want the serious winter driver confidence.

Chevrolet SUVs

While no Chevy sedans come with available all-wheel drive, every Chevy SUV features available all-wheel drive. The Trax, Equinox, Traverse, Tahoe, and Suburban all feature available all-wheel drive. Within the SUV options, drivers will need to work out which model meets their daily needs. Looking for a solidly efficient SUV with plenty of features and distinct styling? The Trax is a good place to start. The Equinox is an SUV that sports more room than the Trax along with power and towing capability. The Traverse, Tahoe, and Suburban are all brawny, seriously spacious SUVs. If you’re looking for a vehicle that manages power, performance, interior space, and technology with ease; the Traverse, Tahoe, and Suburban are good places to start.

Chevrolet Truck Options

Trucks have the most clearance out of the three vehicle categories (sedan, SUV, and truck). This allows for improved traversing in high-volume snow situations. When there’s a foot of snow of the road, if you have to be on the road, you probably want to be in a truck. With that said, Chevy offers four truck options: Colorado, Silverado 1500, Silverado, and Silverado HD. They’re all excellent winter traversers. The Colorado is a solid starting truck and comes with available four-wheel drive. The Silverado HD might be the best option out of the offered Chevy trucks, as it comes with the most available horsepower.
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Our team is ready to help drivers pick out the Chevy vehicles that meets their needs. Whether it’s a truck, SUV or sedan, our team is ready to work with Baltimore area drivers! Don’t settle for second best! Here at Bob Bell Chevrolet of Baltimore, our team is excited to work with drivers to get you behind the wheel of your dream vehicle! We’re ready to assist drivers with everything from sales and finance to parts and service! Visit our dealership today to learn more about Chevy winter vehicles today!

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