Top 10 SUVs for the Canadian Winter 2021-2022

Winter is Coming. A few weeks from now and you will probably see snow in the yard. If you don't like the idea of driving much during Canadian winters and want all the help you can get, then read on. Here is a list of the top 10 SUVs for the Canadian winter 2021.

1.       2021 BMW 3 Series xDrive

You can get an AWD system in this car, and you can even choose an all-wheel drive. Some standard features available on this car are automatic collision warning, rain-sensing wipers, and automatic emergency braking. You can also go for an Active Driving Assistant and get blind-spot monitoring. The car also has driver-assist features like adaptive LED headlights and automatic high beams.

2.       2021 Dodge Charger SXT AWD

Some impressive features of this car are heated mirrors, blind-spot monitoring, heated front, and rear seats, rear cross-traffic alert, and a heated steering wheel. You can also opt to add a forward-collision warning, automatic high beams, full emergency braking, and rain-sensing windshield wipers to the mix.

3.       2021 Mazda3 AWD

This car comes with amazing features for winters like automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, automatic high beams, and many others. It also offers an i-Activsense suite of safety/driver-assist technologies that make snow driving easy. It has standard LED headlights and taillights to keep you visible all the time.

4.       2021 Nissan Altima AWD

A few notable features of this car include remote engine start, LED headlights, forward-collision warning, blind-spot warning, automatic rear braking, and rear cross-traffic alert. You can also pay a bit more to get a heated front seat if you don't want your backside frozen!

5.       2021 Toyota Avalon AWD

The standard equipment of this car that will come in handy during snow time are LED taillights and headlights, heated front seats, heated mirrors, blind-spot monitor, automatic high beams, rear cross-traffic alert, front emergency braking, heated steering wheel, and front collision warning.

6.       2021 Toyota Camry AWD

What attracts users to this vehicle is the Safety Sense 2.5+. It's a suite with amazing features like automatic high beams, forward-collision warning, and automatic front emergency braking. It also has LED headlights and taillights. After spending some money, you can also add a rear-cross-traffic alert and a blind-spot monitor. If you spend some more, you will get heated front seats, heated mirrors, and a heated steering wheel.

7.       2021 Volvo S90

It's a roomy car with many attractive features like rain-sensing wipers, LED headlights, rear-cross traffic alert, heated front seats, blind-spot monitor, front collision mitigation support, remote start, heated front seats, and a slippery road alert. You can also invest in a Climate Package to get heated rear seats, heated steering wheel, and heated windshield washers.

8.       2021 Acura RDX SH-AWD

When looking for a car to drive in Canadian snow, you should add AWD to the basic Acura RDX. The Super Handling All-Wheel Drive has a clutch pack and an accelerator on the driveshaft between the axles. It also comes with 5.7 inches ground clearance, LED headlights, automatic emergency braking, heated front seats, forward-collision warning, etc. You can also choose a Technology package or an Advance Package to add more features.

9.       2021 Chevrolet Tahoe 4WD

All models of this car can be fitted by 4WD for driving in snow. The Chevrolet Tahoe LS comes with rain-sensing wipers, impressive ground clearance, front-emergency braking, forward-collision warning, LED lights and taillights, remote start, and other features. You can also buy a Driver Alert package to get rear-cross traffic alert, blind-spot monitoring, and other features to the car.

10.   2021 Chrysler Pacifica AWD

Last on the list is not an SUV but a car that you will love with AWD. Its snow safety features are LED fog lights, headlights, taillights, heated mirrors, remote start, automatic high beams, partial emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, forward-collision warning, and rear cross-traffic alert. You need to pay some to get a leather-wrapped heated steering wheel and heated front seats.

Want more? Check out the top car warming accessories for winter

Also, here's a useful article on how to dress for Canadian winters.

by Shruti , CNS Canadian News Source




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