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Question for anyone who have drive this in the Snow. how deep how are the Michelin's that came with it? have you engaged the Diff lock yet and does it help?
 

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Question for anyone who have drive this in the Snow. how deep how are the Michelin's that came with it? have you engaged the Diff lock yet and does it help?
I have had the Blue Hybrid for a couple of weeks, now. I drove in 3-4 inches of snow with no problem
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First time Hyundai owner, rented and driven others before.

Question for anyone who have drive this in the Snow. how deep how are the Michelin's that came with it? have you engaged the Diff lock yet and does it help?
I have had the blue hybrid for a couple of weeks, now. I got to drive in 3-4 inches of Chicago area snow with no problem. I was in eco mode and snow mode. I went on a back road and I tried to get the wheels to slip. They stuck like glue. I haven’t tried the differential lock yet, because I haven’t needed it. This vehicle is great!
 

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First time Hyundai owner, rented and driven others before.

Question for anyone who have drive this in the Snow. how deep how are the Michelin's that came with it? have you engaged the Diff lock yet and does it help?
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First time Hyundai owner, rented and driven others before.

Question for anyone who have drive this in the Snow. how deep how are the Michelin's that came with it? have you engaged the Diff lock yet and does it help?
I did get to drive in a few inches of snow that transitioned to several inches. Tucson did great, like all vehicles stopping on ice is no fun, but pulling through the snow was ridiculously easy.
Used the AWD lock, you could tell the difference and handling felt very secure, but truth be told it wasn't needed this time.
 

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I’m going to get another chance to do some snowy driving tomorrow. We are in a winter weather advisory in the Chicago area. We are forecasted to get up to five inches from 3am to noon tomorrow (Monday). I will be commuting 96 miles in the morning. The Tucson is great in the snow, so far. I’ll let you all know how the commute goes tomorrow when I get off work.
 
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