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About the same.

Clearly, both are rear wheel biased.

see:
 

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It's the software.

The MY looks like it's more aggressive in the power distribution upon slip.
of course, considering the comparison is the MME AWD/SR with 266hp/417 torque, vs 456 hp/497 torque on the MYP.

Lesson I take from this video is: until I know firsthand the AWD capabilities, I would be careful with either of these vehicles in heavier snow.
 

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of course, considering the comparison is the MME AWD/SR with 266hp/417 torque, vs 456 hp/497 torque on the MYP.

Lesson I take from this video is: until I know firsthand the AWD capabilities, I would be careful with either of these vehicles in heavier snow.
With a ground clearance of less then 6", neither can be driven in heavy snow.

But in reality, once plowing of the roads begins, there will be at most 2 to 3 inches of snow. If there is 5 inches or more, better to wait for the plow - unless it is an emergency.
 

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With a ground clearance of less then 6", neither can be driven in heavy snow.

But in reality, once plowing of the roads begins, there will be at most 2 to 3 inches of snow. If there is 5 inches or more, better to wait for the plow - unless it is an emergency.
:D "The ground clearance of a wiener dog"
 
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