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Are there any reasonably priced 4 wheel drive Family size hatchbacks?

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6y, 6d agoPosted 6 years, 6 days ago
Looking for a second hand car about 3 – 4 years old about the size of a Ford Focus and would like 4 wheel drive if possible and don’t want to pay Audi money. Does anyone make such a thing?
I thought all Subarus were 4 wheel drive! Need to check that out.
Cheers.
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6y, 6d agoPosted 6 years, 6 days ago
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#1
Could try a Honda CRV, Freelander.

You wont find many cars that aren't premium branded that are 4WD - its overkill for most in the market. Jaguar X Types would come in cheaper than Audi, good diesel on the later models as well.
#2
VW Golf 4Motion

Mitsubishi Shogun Pinin


Edited By: Carley on Nov 28, 2010 22:41
#3
An Impreza may be a bit bigger than a focus, but a decent buy imo if you want reliability and 4wd.

CR-V is a good choice too, runs around in 2wd then switches to 4 when traction is lost.

Why do you want 4wd?
#4


Or Even a Bora 4 Motion, VW Passat..

Whats the reason it has to be 4x4 ?? Is it due to the snow ??

If so... think winter tyres.....
#5
Thanks for the replies but note that I did ask for a hatchback as quite a few of the suggestions were for 4x4 off-roaders which don’t interest me.

I’ve recently moved to a rural area and I’ve always fancied the flexibility that 4 wheel drive offers over difficult road conditions, not just snow.
#6
Might be worth just getting a good set of winter tyres instead. Getting mine wed. and theyre meant to make a huge difference in snow,better than 4x4`s in the snow.
#7
didnt the scenic do a 4x4 mo0del called monaco?
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hooray henry
Might be worth just getting a good set of winter tyres instead. Getting mine wed. and theyre meant to make a huge difference in snow,better than 4x4`s in the snow.

next wednesday? when the snow probably wont be here?

and they wont be better than a 4x4, only 2 wheels will be putting power down doesn't matter what tyres you have

Edited By: Zer0Cool on Nov 29, 2010 09:37
#9
Better grip in all weather when the temps are 7c and below. Where i live theres always snow ice etc in winter,in fact my mind was made up last week when i almost got wiped out @ 70mph on the Edinburgh bypass by a blind numpty in a Ka
Not so sure about the invinceable 4x4`s. A landrover is good but a city tonka will get stuck too as its 4 wheels spin out on all season tyres.

Edited By: hooray henry on Nov 29, 2010 12:53: ?
#10
The weakest link in any vehicle is the nut behind the wheel, most drivers do not have a clue how to drive in a few inches of snow.

Take an Off Road driving course.
#11
vw tiguan/tourag?
#12
Zer0Cool

next wednesday? when the snow probably wont be here?

and they wont be better than a 4x4, only 2 wheels will be putting power down doesn't matter what tyres you have


A 2 wheeled drive car running decent winter tyres will out perform a 4x4 on summer tyres for traction, handling and braking. If you compared the cars like for like.... ie a Golf 4 Motion V a FWD Golf.

Rick



Edited By: RickT on Nov 30, 2010 00:27

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