Your car is usually your primary form of transportation. Some people even believe that they spend more time maneuvering in their car than the time spent at home. When looking for a car, it is crucial that you look for the one that best suits your interests. However, when living in a four-season Canadian climate, having all-wheel drive (AWD) is critical for a safer driving experience. Whether you need to navigate through rough terrain or require a little more traction control during your daily drives, vehicles with four-wheel drive will offer comfort and confidence to drive through just about any sort of road conditions.
AWD vehicles are less susceptible to fishtailing and losing traction, making them ideal cars for various road conditions. It is important to do a car price comparison to find the appropriate Canadian price for the car you are looking into.
CarCostCanada offers free Canadian car invoices online that will enable you to shop and compare. You also don’t want to be paying more than you should. There are many options available for AWD cars, some pricier than others, but there are a variety of affordable and favourable cars in Canada.
How does all-wheel drive benefit your driving experience?
Vehicles with four-wheel drive offer significant safety measures for the driver and passengers in the car. Having the option of AWD in your car allows you to perform better than other cars for a variety of reasons.
However, the main benefit is safety precautions. All-wheel drive always has twice the grip capacity to generate forward momentum. This is significant in regards to safety because it means the stability and degree of the driver’s control is greater than just front-wheel or rear-wheel drive. This is extremely beneficial on a rainy day or snow-like conditions. The drive force is evenly distributed across the four wheels which makes the car more dependable in any condition and gives it reliable acceleration for the vehicle.
Affordable and flattering all-wheel drive cars
Canadian car owners usually are on the lookout for AWD vehicles, but not with a hefty price tag. Safe driving should be in everyone’s reach. Over the years AWD cars have become more sophisticated and efficient, making for a more popular choice than in previous years. Below is a list and estimated pricing of just some of the many all-wheel drive vehicles that may be of your choice:
- 2017 Mitsubishi RVR SE AWC – $26,498
- 2018 Subaru Legacy 2.5i – $24,995
- 2018 Honda HR-V LX – $24,950
- 2017 Chevrolet Trax LS TI – $24,895
- 2017 Jeep Patriot Sport 4×4 – $24,645
- 2017 Nissan Qashqai S TI – $24,198
- 2017 Nissan JUKE SV TI – $24,178
- 2018 Subaru Crosstrek – $23,695
- 2018 Mazda CX-3 GX TI – $23,295
- 2018 Subaru Impreza – $19,995
(*) Prices provided are from publications and used for comparison only, check the MSRP and actual dealer invoice price on our website before making any decisions as prices, promotions, rebates change without notice.
Invest in safer driving, purchase an all-wheel drive to make the vehicle experience that much more special. When looking into any type of car doing a price comparison is important. CarCostCanada can identify rebates that may not be included in the report from the dealer. These rebates can have a significant impact on the invoice of your potential new car. Make sure you are not overspending on your new vehicle, finance or lease, know the car’s appropriate worth.
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