You'll get pretty close with the electronic stability program. Greenmanedlion could tell you more about it.
I honestly would say that there is no circumstances driving my van, taking into account its size, weight, and height- that I am not impressed with it.Not a jeep, but I was very impressed with van in snow.
I purchased an extra set of MB steel wheels along with my van. I run dedicated snow tires on the others and will do so on the Metris, although the wife rarely has to drive in bad weather.Driving the Metris van in winter are owners using the standard all season tires or have you used winter tires and or replaced the standard all seasons with something else?
I live in New England as well and RWD is my only concern. I have had AWD in the past but now driving a MINI JCW with snow tires. Like a small tank in snow with the snow tires. I was thinking of snows on the Metris but maybe it's ok.
Rarely is this sensible and correct observation made.. . . I maintain however that in inclimate weather, rear drive is vastly superior to front.
It is my inclimate weather driving preference as well.I maintain however that in inclimate weather, rear drive is vastly superior to front.