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I don't have experience with the K900 in the snow, but I grew up in Michigan and drove all manner of RWD & FWD vehicles in the snow.
Yes, FWD generally does a little better in the snow, but RWD can do just fine as well. The only time i had a real issue with RWD in the snow was driving my '82 Supra in fresh slushy snow that was about 6" deep. It was just above freezing, and road must have been warm enough to melt the bottom of the snow, and my front wheels ended up being little snowplows, pushing the snow across the meltwater. I had to back up and get a running start at every stoplight.
If you have good all-season tires, it'll be fine. Just drive carefully and it won't be an issue.
'14 Cadenza, '16 Sedona