Get the virtues of AWD without the hefty fuel bill
Poor traction getting you down? Finding snowbanks and slushy streets stressful? Perhaps you need a prescription for all-wheel drive. And since we're Canadian, we'd like to pay as little at the pump as possible. No problem. Thanks to modern technologies and customer demands, modern all-wheel drive vehicles are more fuel-efficient than ever, and offer safety and solidity in demanding weather conditions.
We've assembled a list of 21 AWD vehicles that consume the least amount of fuel and that should be on any shopper's list, and have ranked them according to their combined fuel economy figure — an average of city and highway. Click through to see our picks.
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