Which cars come with all-wheel drive?

Which cars — not SUVs or crossovers — are available with all-wheel drive?

Bob, Atlanta

We’ve updated this list with new 2009 and 2010 cars with all-wheel drive. Some models have lost all-wheel drive for 2009, including the Dodge Avenger, Dodge Caliber and Chrysler Sebring, while others have gained the feature like the 2009 Acura TL.


Cars — not trucks, SUVs or crossovers —  with all-wheel drive range from the $16,439 Suzuki SX4 hatchback up to a $354,000 Lamborghini Murcielago. We’d guess you’re looking for something a little less exotic than a 640-horsepower, two-seat roadster. If you’re not, then the Murcielago is OK in our book.

The following are available new cars that have all-wheel drive. For a complete list with more trim levels, use our Vehicle Recommender and search for cars and all-wheel drive; the results page will have links to each car’s vehicle page, where you can find prices, photos, colors and ownership costs.

Update: You can find a list of 2011 models here.

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Answered by Joe Bruzek on April 1, 2009 in All-wheel drive , I'm Just Wondering | Permalink

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