Which cars come with all-wheel drive?

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

We’ve updated this list with 2011 cars that offer all-wheel drive; most 2011s are available, though keep in mind not all have pricing announced yet. Some models have gained the feature for 2011, like the Lexus IS 350. Previously, the IS 250 was the only IS to make all-wheel drive available. Also, Infiniti adds a value-oriented all-wheel-drive model to the G sedan, the G25x, starting at $33,950. Conversely, Volvo’s S40 loses the option and is now front-wheel drive only.


Cars — not trucks, SUVs or crossovers — with all-wheel drive range from the $16,999 Suzuki SX4 hatchback up to a $267,000 Bentley Continental Supersports. We’d guess you’re looking for something a little less exotic than a 621-horsepower luxury coupe. If you’re not, then the Continental Supersports 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.

$10,000 to $20,000

$20,000 to $30,000

$30,000 to $40,000

$40,000 to $50,000

$50,000 to $60,000

$80,000 and beyond

Answered by Joe Bruzek on January 6, 2011 | Permalink

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