Need a mid-sized sedan under $30,000 with AWD? Right now there’s only one option right now. That’s because Ford’s AWD Fusion is available only in expensive Titanium trim, Suzuki left America and the Chrysler 200 AWD isn’t available yet. Even when that 200 AWD does land it will be in a high end 3.6L V6 trim only and is expected to cross the $30,000 mark as well. Since I wasn’t able to get one fro Subaru I flew to Denver to rent a brand-new Legacy 2.5 Limited.
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