With the weather getting noticeably colder and the days getting shorter and shorter here in New England, it's about that time to start preparing for the cold winter months ahead. We're all familiar with the routine of defrosting our cars, shoveling the drive-way before work in the morning, and struggling through snowy conditions on your daily commute.
Of course, it's always helpful to have a vehicle with all wheel drive to help you power through snowy roads. However, some all wheel drive cars do much better than others, and the 2013 Toyota Venza is a perfect example of that. The video below, produced by AMCI Testing, the leading automotive testing company, shows just how awesome the Toyota Venza is on the worst surface possible: glare ice. The Venza simply dominates as AMCI rigourously tests it out on a hockey rink to simulate the real world condition of driving on ice. Make sure you and your family are ready for this winter because in the word's of the great Eddard Stark: Winter Is Coming.
Check it out for yourself below: