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Tony Sestito
Tony Sestito UberDork
4/7/17 9:24 a.m.
crankwalk wrote:
turtl631 wrote:
Tony Sestito wrote: I wish someone else other than Subaru made a semi-affordable (aka, low to mid $20k range) performance oriented AWD car with a stick. Yes, I know Mitsubishi had the Ralliart, but I wasn't a fan. It will likely never happen at this point.
VW Golf Sportwagen 4Motion or Alltrack? +1 point for wagon body, -1 for questionable performance. The 1.8T EA888 engine is pretty tuneable and there's a lot of aftermarket parts for the chassis.
-9 for being a modern VAG product.

Exactly. After doing time with a Jetta for 3 years, I'll never buy a VAG product ever again.

Petrolburner
Petrolburner Dork
4/7/17 9:37 a.m.

My girlfriend's AWD Toyota Matrix doesn't send enough power to the rear wheels to be playful, even in the snow. However, it is really impressive for how much snow it can provide basic transportation through. It's a 2003 without TC or SC. I'd prefer it to be FWD and get another MPG or two though.

Petrolburner
Petrolburner Dork
4/7/17 9:38 a.m.
sesto elemento wrote: My Is300 sedan with an lsd was really good in the snow, next year I'm gonna winter/dd my silver mr-spyder turbo. Gonna throw stock springs and dampers in it and do some slightly taller than stock aggressive snows and some rally lighting. I'm goin for a lancia stratos rallycar vibe

I fully support this plan.

fidelity101
fidelity101 SuperDork
4/7/17 10:11 a.m.

sex sells, should be replaced with AWD sells

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TIGMOTORSPORTS
TIGMOTORSPORTS HalfDork
4/8/17 9:54 a.m.

Our Juke is AWD, but only when we put it in all AWD. When not in AWD, it is FWD mode. This is a nice feature.

Keith Tanner
Keith Tanner GRM+ Memberand MegaDork
4/8/17 11:34 a.m.

Got another sub-3000 lb AWD: McLaren P1. Hey, it counts

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