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The AWD wagon takes on competitors from Audi, Volvo, BMW and Subaru.

It's cheaper than competitors like the Volvo V60 Cross Country and Audi A4 Allroad.

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Common body color, high-end trim and special badge, plus a slideshow of 50 years of Subarus.

Common body color, high-end trim and special badge, plus a slideshow of 50 years of Subarus.

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Rental vehicle companies provide you with the option to choose different vehicles to suit your needs.

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The 2017 Ford Escape is a big improvement on what was an already remarkable crossover, and the customer-focused changes pay dividends to the Escape faithful.

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Are you in the path of Winter Storm Jonas, about to swing through the Southern states? Take these winter driving tips from a Northerner and keep your cool.

All-wheel drive (AWD) systems provide power to all four wheels, rather than only to the front or back ones.

Ah, the thrill of going off-road! If you’ve done it, you know there’s nothing better than showing off your expertise and skill.

What is All-Wheel Drive? All-Wheel Drive (AWD) vehicles send power to all four of the wheels.

The drivetrain in a car is comprised mostly of the engine and transmission.

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Doesn't Help MPG Much, But Who Cares?

2016 Toyota Prius may have an all-wheel-drive option.

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The Jaguar F-Type has become an instant enthusiast favorite for its alluring design, powerful, sonorous engines and rewarding handling. In short, it's a worthy successor to the iconic mid-century E-Type. But Jaguar hasn't been sitting idly, and it's continuing to refine and enhance the F-Type with subtle yet significant enhancements, including a bunch that are debuting this week at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

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At Reveal Event, Crowd Loves Autopark, Autoarrive Tech

To say that the Internet was excited about the mysterious Tesla D before tonight's official announcements were made is a terrible understatement. Amid a bunch of excited tweets and frustrating attempts at getting a livestream from the event, USA Today published the first story that described some of the new D's features. Automotive News followed suit, but both of those articles were quickly taken down. On site at the Hawthorne airport in Los Angeles, CA, our friend Zan Dubin-Scott tweeted about

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"The minivan package has always been a sacred thing ... it's basically a life tool" - Ralph Gilles

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As the market for new vehicles continues to improve and crossover and pickup sales have caught fire, it's perhaps no surprise that the sales of all-wheel-drive (and four-wheel-drive) vehicles are also on the rise. Using data provided by Polk, The Detroit News points out that nearly one-third (31.3 percent) of all new vehicles sold this year through September were equipped with either all- or four-wheel drive. This is up from slightly more than a quarter (26.3 percent) during the same nine-month

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Hyundai's Genesis sedan has been quite the sales success since it first launched in 2008 as a 2009 model, but its rear-wheel drive nature has limited its sales appeal in cold-weather states versus competitors like Audi, BMW, Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz, all of whom have offered all-wheel drive in their lineups for years now. We've been hearing that Hyundai has had plans to remedy this shortfall for some years now, and we finally have official confirmation that four-corners-driven traction is comi

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We normally think of the Dodge Charger (and its Chrysler 300 brethren) as being rear-wheel-drive muscle sedans, but we mustn't forget about the fact that all-wheel drive is available as well. And in an effort to give the AWD models a bit more presence, the all-season Dodge sedan will be getting a new sport package for the 2013 model year.

There are a few other variants of the Model S that we'll come out with next year that I think are going to be pretty exciting, in addition to, of course, really getting into the Model X and starting the initial design work of the 3rd generation mass market vehicle.

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A little more than a year ago Jaguar promised it would soon be closing a massive hole in its product line-up – the lack of all-wheel-drive vehicles. With the 2013 XF and XJ, that job is done... sort of.