Winter handling for the 2017 Chevy Camaro
Here we go again signing the praises of the 2017 Chevy Camaro. With winter closing in on us every day, many Camaro owners have chosen to put their vehicles away for the season. But did you know you didn’t have if you didn’t want to do that. As the iconic pony car has been gaining popularity, we get more drivers asking if they can drive a Camaro during the winter. Naturally the answer is, “Of course.” Just remember to get the car washed regularly to keep the salt from damaging anything important. Furthermore, the 2017 Camaro comes with a number of very winter-friendly accessories.
Winter accessories in the 2017 Camaro
The most important thing to do during an outdoor winter excursion in Edmonton is to stay warm. Buyers with the Camaro 2LT will have dual zone climate control systems to get the interior nice and toasty. Additionally, heated seats and a heated steering wheel are standard equipment on this trim grade of the car as well. Some may be asking about having a convertible version of the car. The drop top is built from very well-insulated material that should do just fine in the winter months.
How does the 2017 Camaro handle in snow?
This is really the million dollar question. Driving the 2017 Camaro in snow does take a little extra care and skill since it’s a high-powered rear-wheel drive coupe. In most cases, all-season tires are just fine with most cars. The 2017 Chevy Camaro is not most cars, a good set of snow tires would be advisable. However, Chevrolet did not leave drivers out to dry when it comes to driving in snow. We have mentioned the selectable driving modes in several Camaro-focused blogs. Most of the time we are referring to those modes meant for the track to essentially boost the car’s performance. There is a snow/ice mode that should be used as much as possible.
If you have any more questions about driving the 2017 Camaro in the snow, contact a Don Wheaton sales professional today.