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She had a Tracker and I got her a new Trax .
She likes it so far but she said the winter will be her test.
We live on top of a mountain in Pa. and the Tracker always got her home.
 

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Your post reads like a poem, and I mean that in a good way.

Welcome to the forum. Post some pictures of your Trax if you can.

Glad to have you here.
 

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Hi Bub,

I'm new to the forum too and looking into purchasing an SUV. My biggest worry is the wintertime so please let us know how it does in the mountains with the snow and ice. I'll probably have a while to wait until it can be tested.
 

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I'd say so it's 90 deg today.
But at 1900 + ft elevation we get snow when 10 miles from us their getting rain.
I'll be sure to post up when we get snow. It better handle well or I'll never hear the end of it. :)
 

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It has been on the market around the world for a few years so I assume they have done the work on it so that it can handle the snow and winter. If it can't, that would be pretty disappointing coming from a huge company like GM.
 

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Congratulations on the new purchase, Don't worry it runs terrific in the snow, a little tank. The full time AWD at start-off is great instead of the slip and grip system that most vehicles use such as the Honda CRV and RAV4
 
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