Expensive to buy, own and repair as I stated before. Also performance cars are a different kettle of fish. Having said that, my car is AWD (R32) and I love it, unstoppable in winter with good snow tires except for clearance issues, great fun in summer. But I pay the price, horrible mileage for a compact and it wasn't cheap. My wife has a 4WD 4Runner, she needs to take it down snowy gravel roads for her job but she pays at the pump. V8 doesn't help either but it's a great compact tow vehicle.
Originally Posted by goodlun
I'm from NY and head back upstate often. But I'll tell you...the RARE times that we do get any snow in NC...I need 4 wheel drive because trying to drive with southerners in snow is a bad idea. I just go around them. :)
Originally Posted by NeilG
4WD means you accelerate better. Stopping and turning in snow are not affected. Every year we get a bunch of idiots in the ditch who think 4WD and factory all-seasons make them invincible. Proper snow tires make a huge difference in all 3 aspects of performance.
Damn shame that Toyota isn't making its Mega Cruiser anymore.
You could be a Toyota driver AND douchebag, all at the same time. ;-p
Originally Posted by Jiujitsu77
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