These vehicles are basically snowmobiles.
I have plowed through snow up to the grill, while towing a utility trailer. Make sure you have proper winter tires. I use Nokians. Factory Conti's are OK, but won't last past 15K miles.
The battery is under the front passenger seat. Slide the seat all the way forward and you will see a perforated area in the carpet where you have to cut.
There are 2 batteries. One main 12V Gel type to start/run the engine and a tiny one to move the transmission shifter out of park if the main battery is dead. (This is there in case you have to push the vehicle to an accessible area for a jump start.)
By the way, if you need to jump it, the connection posts are under the hood, passenger side.
Enjoy the ride, welcome!