Just done the school run. About 3 inches on the side roads here. My traction light came on twice but steering seemed to be good.
Was careful to wipe the snow of the lights before setting off; white car in snow may not be very visible.
Had to abandon mine today, after 20 yards in 3" of snow.Worst car I've had for snow since the Triumph Spitfire with an empty boot, put 3 bags of sandin the boot of the Spitfire and it wouldbeat the Juke, rapidly going off the car,beauty is only skin deep
the size of the tyres isnt going to help in the snow,
other problem of course is becuase it looks like a small 4x4 one can assume it acts like one, but as its only 2wd its never going to be great when the going gets tough
I would think that the 4 x 4 Juke will venture out with little problem but, 2WD in any car on snow isn't great.
All weather tyres are useless in the snow according to a recent comparison in Autoexpress. I have Nokians on the car for the first time and it seems to be behaving reasonably but, I think when I get the Juke I'll go for the Continental Winter tyres on new wheels and swap in Easter, etc.
You can't necessarily blame the car for not behaving in the snow. Driving style has a lot to do with it too (not saying there is anything wrong with your driving...).
Lots of snow here on Skye.
Juke is ok driving on semi-clear roads, but is stuck half way up driveway for second evening in a row.
The qq faired better on the driveway last year I reckon.
I'm hoping the snow socks will help when they arrive.
must agree with the majority, it's the driver as well as the experience of driving in snow that dictates but a plea to all drivers please clear your windows as best possible, today in chelmsford far to many windscreens full of snow.
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