10 Cheapest All-Wheel Drive Cars in 2017

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Sedans and Coupes That Offer All-Wheel Drive Traction on a Budget

Whether you want all-wheel drive for the performance on dry pavement or the capability in harsh conditions, it’s almost always an expensive option. Most systems add $2,000 or more to the price of the car, and often all-wheel drive is tied to other expensive options and packages that drive the price up even further.

We’ve rounded up ten of the least-expensive all-wheel drive models, including the trim levels that are required in order for the option to be available. While many of the manufacturers are just what you’d expect to see, the prices may surprise you. It is possible to get a good car with all-wheel drive without draining your wallet dry.

Click ahead to see the cheapest sedans and coupes with all-wheel drive.

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