Re: how does the SRT do in the snow?
All i know is from what I have read about the esp feature. It says if your starting off in deep snow/dirt/mud than it might be better to turn it off while working the throttle lightly. I think if the roads are plowed or even semi plowed than just leave it on and dont romp the throttle. You have alot of power going to those rear wheels.
I'll tell you its night and day driving around on these Goodyear Fortera's in the snow compaired to the crap tires I had on last year with my stock rims. Last year I was sliding around everwhere and that dam traction light came on all the time, now I have to try and make it go off. Guess my point is tires make a hell of a difference. Also on my previous 94 GC it had abs, but the abs in my WK is so much better, no sliding into cars now.
I love my Jeep :thumbsup: