For the conditions you're talking about this is a great car. Just swap out the summer tires for some all season and you should be good on dirt, mud and occasional snow. The stock tires are decent on dry warm pavement, but are dangerous on anything else. All seasons will give up some grip on dry pavement but be pretty good everywhere. That sounds like what you need.
I put all seasons on mine, and have driven in dirt and mud in the mountains in NC, and had zero problems. We don't get much snow here so haven't tried that yet.
Get one, you'll love it.