I'm looking at a Jeep Wrangler unlimited
and need to know how deep in snow can it
handle. I live down a a road that is not
plowed regular, in the UP. I other wise
don't off road. Do I need a Rubicon or
not? Have a mix of answers from the
measure the ground clearance. I'd say no more than bottom of the skid plates.
Also depends on if the snow is powder or a combination of ice and snow, tire condition, etc. So I would say no set depth. There is no right or wrong answer.
Why just Jeep? Main thing is Winter tires. If never getting stuck is your plan then the 2016 Land Rover LR4 has an eight-speed automatic transmission and an adjustable air suspension system (for tackling really big drifts).
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