With winter driving looming like a glacier, it's time to take a look at how your vehicle measures up.
Is it all-wheel drive? On-demand four-wheel?
Granted that winter hasn't been the hardest on Colorado in recent years, but when it comes, it can roar in pretty hard.
Roads get slick. Accidents abound.
Safety is paramount.
Here, according to Kelley Blue Book, are the 10 best cars for winter.
There's a mix of family and ski chalet cool in Kelley's recommendations, including a $300,000 Ferrari.
10: 2013 Toyota Sienna
The Toyota Sienna is the only vehicle in the segment able to send power to all four wheels.
9: 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe
Stout is the word Kelley used with the Tahoe. It can seat up to nine and tow more than 8,000 pounds.
8: 2013 Ford Fusion
The 2013 Fusion is available all-wheel drive.
It's a midsized sedan with year-round traction and an SUV-like view of the road ahead.
7: 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek
It's a Subaru with a beefed-up suspension, more than 8 inches of ground clearance and full-time symmetrical all-wheel drive.
6: 2013 Nissan Pathfinder
Nissan's revamped seven-passenger SUV offers better fuel economy and more carlike driving dynamics than previous Pathfinders.
It's got a lockable four-wheel-drive mode and an available heated steering wheel.
5: 2012 Ferrari FF
Seating for four, traction galore, a top speed of 208 mph, a price tag of $300,000.
4: 2013 Subaru Outback
Of course, there's Subaru's symmetrical all-wheel-drive system with sedanlike agility and SUV-like cargo room.
3: 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Four-wheel drive, high ground clearance, powerful engine. The Grand Cherokee lets you raise the vehicle's height and adjust traction for specific terrain with the touch of a button.
2: 2013 Land Rover Range Rover
Thoroughly redesigned, the Range Rover is always a top winter driver.
1: 2013 Audi Allroad
The Allroad combines Quattro all-wheel drive and extra ground clearance with a lower center of gravity than similarly sized crossovers. It has a turbocharged engine, luxurious leather interior and 8-speed transmission.