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Believe it or not, snow tires aren’t only for powder and slush: They’re designed primarily for cold weather. Which means it’s probably better to call them winter tires.
It’s true: Winter tires have superior treads designed for better traction on slippery surfaces like ice and packed snow. But the true advantage comes not from their shape, but the softer compounds from which their rubber is manufactured. That factor noticeably improves grip in all conditions – in fact, a brand-new all-season tire will perform about as well as a half-worn winter tire. The drawback is that when temperatures climb above 40 degrees, it’s easy to shred winter tires on bare roads. Making the switch when conditions get icy is certainly worth the effort, though. So, if you’re bringing your car or SUV in for service late in the fall, make sure to mention you’d like the change.
According to our experienced parts department personnel, these are the best picks for your winter Amery drives:
Need more information about what tires will work best with your vehicle of choice? Or just need to know in general – are Jeeps good in the snow? Visit our Minneapolis area dealership, and check with our service department. While you’re here, check out our Mopar coupons, learn more about leasing a used vehicle, and schedule a body shop appointment if you need it.