If two is company and three is a crowd, four is Christmas every day! We are talking about wheels here folks. The weatherman has predicted some severe levels of precipitation for 2018 for most of the States. This has got us thinking of you again. Before you rush to conclude that all you might need to buy is a shovel and rock salt, well you will need those. Apart from snow, some of us actually drive through unpaved roads quite often, and two wheels just don't cut it.
There is a multitude of actions we can take to make driving in unfavorable conditions better. Like getting the right set of wheels. Though few are as significant as a car that is more capable of driving through the worst of circumstances than your usual car. Whether you want to get through rough terrain. Or you require better traction for your daily driving, an all-wheel-drive car offer the simplicity and assurance to get around with no worries. Here's our list of some of the best All-Wheel-Drive cars of 2018.
What does the 2018 Subaru Outback bring?
For $25,895, you can get yourself this amazing wagon that gets to be ranked here after trading blows with expensive brands from Europe. It comes standard with all-wheel drive and gives you the choice between four and six cylinders. It is not all that sporty, but it navigates the streets with the capabilities of a guru. If you like a car with decent ground clearance and reliable handling, then this one is for you.
How good is the 2018 Audi A4?
Did someone say, Quattro? Yes, that is right, this model is known for its Quattro all-wheel-drive system and boy is it a wonder! It is one of the best small luxury sedans in its class, and it features powerful turbocharged powerhouses that will amaze you. The base A-4 is what you don't want to buy since it only comes with a standard front wheel drive. Take a peek into the rest of the trims, and you have yourself a comfortable ride that is not afraid of the dirt and the snow. You will only need to part with $36,000.
What about the 2018 Honda CRV?
This Japanese fella has been raising eyebrows everywhere he goes. Strong, well sized, well equipped and not very expensive! It's the perfect combination, right? We agree. For $24,150, you can get this range-topping crossover that lives, breathes and dreams excellence in all fields. It is safe, spacious, comfortable, responsive and as reliable as ever. If you have the means, go for the turbocharged engine for better fuel economy.
Is the Volvo V90 Cross Country competitive?
It is right there in the name, Cross Country. The Volvo V90 is not one of the cheaper cars, but it makes it to this list for a solid reason. The Cross Country comes with a supercharged and turbocharged 2.0 four-cylinder and all-wheel drive. It has the interior of a luxury wagon and ground clearance that gets you over bumps and obstacles with confidence. The MSRP is around $49,950.
What makes the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas stand out?
An old trick that has always worked in business is to fill an existing gap in the market with something that claims the spot as soon as it lands. This is exactly what Volkswagen has done to the 3-row SUV gap in the market of VW enthusiasts. The Atlas is a midsized SUV that comes fitted with up to 7 seats; it is available with a 4-cylinder or a V6. It starts at $30,500 and features VW's 4Motioon all-wheel-drive system.