My AWD replaces a Town and Country so that is really good news to hear. However, the only time the T & C was in snow, it was fresh and over a mountain pass and down the other side with nary a slip or slide on it's Michelin tires. My TechnoMarvel was driving and he is a native NY'er for which I was glad. I actually purchased the AWD with the anticipation of having to go through the Cascades mountain range in Northern California in the snow to reach my elderly father so this has been very important criteria for me.
Took my AWD enclave through 14 inches of snow today and felt like I was on dry pavement. I did take a 90 degree turn a little fast and could feel it break loose just a tad before StabiliTrak kicked in. First major snow for us this year, and I loved the way it handled. :thumb: