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Winter roads can be tough on a vehicle, but a new BMW car from Fields BMW Northfield can help you deal with snow and ice like a pro. Many of the models here at our dealership offer xDrive all-wheel drive and other features that make it easy to take on inclement weather. Here are three models that can keep you safer on snowy roads.

2022 BMW X3 

The 2022 BMW X3 is a capable sports activity vehicle that doesn't falter to snow and ice. It comes equipped with xDrive all-wheel drive, which means it's prepared for inclement weather and continues to deliver the traction you need even when the snow keeps falling.

This spacious BMW also offers features that can keep everyone comfortable during the cold winter months. We especially love the heated seats, which are available in both rows.

2022 BMW X5 

The 2022 BMW X5 also offers xDrive, making it perfect for drivers who like the BMW X3, but want a model that's a little bit bigger. Both of these models are also available as hybrids, which is a surprisingly useful feature during the cold and snowy months. You'll be stopping less often for gasoline due to their fuel efficiency, which means less standing out in the cold refueling.

The 2022 BMW X5 also offers plenty of driver assistance features that can make winter driving safer. Standard tech includes Blind Spot Detection and Frontal Collision Warning.

2022 BMW 5 Series 

If you would prefer a smaller vehicle, our sporty sedans and coupes are also quite capable in the snow. That's because many of them are also available with xDrive all-wheel drive as well. The snow isn't too tough to deal with when you're driving the capable and fuel-efficient 2022 BMW 530e. This model is also available with plenty of safety features including Extended Traffic Jam Assistant, which is perfect for holiday travel where the road can get crowded.

If you're in the market for a capable luxury vehicle that can handle snowy Chicago weather, we're ready to help. Visit our BMW dealership to find the luxury car that's right for you! 

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