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If you believe you need a 4x4 Full sized suv to get through a few inches of snow then the smart is not for you.
But for me, We tossed on some snow tires and as long as there has been an attempt at clearing away the drifts we do just fine.
Oh and RWD drive is rear wheel drive. And since that is where the engine is then you get more traction.
One of the biggest issues with driving in the snow is being able to counter inertia. The smart has as little inertia of just about any car. And SUV's have a ton, literaly
Last edited by forestacademy; 10-24-2012 at 07:20 PM.