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“In this mode, the car can also take advantage of its all-wheel-drive capability, if the traction control system detects slippery road conditions.”
“AFP/Getty Images The new Lamborghini Aventador is a 6.5-liter V12-powered, 691-horsepower, all-wheel-drive hypercar "that visually comes at you like a crazed monkey with a knife," says Mr. Neil.”
“Consider the new Lamborghini Aventador, a 6.5-liter V12-powered, 691-horsepower, all-wheel-drive hypercar that visually comes at you like a crazed monkey with a knife.”
“A: During a snowstorm, I saw an all-wheel-drive sport sedan spinning four wheels while trying to ascend a nearly imperceptible incline.”
“I like the looks of the Toyota Matrix the all-wheel-drive version, the new Toyota RAV4 and the Subaru Outback.”
“It until now sold only an all-wheel-drive variant, which starts at 1.5 million rupees.”
“As part of Mr. Marchionne's chess-playing, the second-generation Chrysler 300—a full-size, rear- or all-wheel-drive, V6- or V8-powered sedan, an American Gothic like Grant Wood never painted—is being rebadged as a Lancia Thema and sold in Europe as an executive saloon.”
“It will be the second model from the top of the Panamera range, selling for $95,000---a hair over the all-wheel-drive Panamera 4S price and well below the $135,000 Panamera Turbo.”
“Car makers tell me this can affect all-wheel-drive and stability-control systems that may sense a difference in wheel speeds and mistake it for a loss of traction.”
“With the GTS, you get it free, sort of, as well as the wide-body, Amber Rose rear fender flares borrowed from the all-wheel-drive Carrera 4.”
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