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    Ballpark MSRP of 2014 All wheel drive?

    Has anyone read or have any ideas as to what a AWD 2014 will be?
    I will probably be ready to replace the 2005 t/C touring by then. At that time, i will decide between a AWD van or something like a used Tahoe, Yukon, Durango, etc.

    Have to have awd or 4wd. and need 3 rows of seating.

    I dont want to have a $600 mo payment.

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    I hadn't seen anything about there being an AWD version. If they continue using Stow and Go, there probably won't be one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsmagnum View Post
    I hadn't seen anything about there being an AWD version. If they continue using Stow and Go, there probably won't be one.
    There was talk of the return of AWD, as for a ballpark price, no clue.

    But out of curiousity, why do you feel the need for awd/4wd?
    Im 24 and my parents own a 2007 Dodge Caliber SXT (1.8l 74k miles 5spd), a 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT(3.8l 41TE 106k miles), a 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser ((which is mine) 2.4l 115k miles 41TE), 2000 Ford Mustang base (3.8l, 4 spd auto 26k miles), and a 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport(sold @ 122337 miles)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny View Post
    There was talk of the return of AWD, as for a ballpark price, no clue.

    But out of curiousity, why do you feel the need for awd/4wd?
    My wife drives late at night to work in WV.
    My gravel driveway can get really slick, cant get a run for it.
    BAsically winter driving.
    My grand cherokee goes way better than the t & C. IN the past, i had a AWD subaru Imprezza WRX, and that thing was AMAZING as far as traction. Kinda sold me on AWD

    I read a couple articles on AWD coming back for 2014. But i'm assuming i'll be over $30,000 for it. May have to go with a used SUV.

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    The problem with it, and all other new cars, is that you'll likely need to get the highest end van with al the options to get awd. This will likely push it well over 40k. You can't get one desirable option without being stuck with thousands of dollars in other options you don't want nor need.
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    Yeah, you are probably correct. Wife really likes the van for hauling kids but gets edgy in snow with it. May have to look at used SUV or maybe a toyota AWD sienna used. I just cant justify dropping $40k on a vehicle. I did that before with thre grand cherokee in 05.

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    Marchionne announced AWD but i think only with the diesel 4 cyl. option (he announced the diesel for america). The drive shaft would be smaller with s'n'g, so idk!
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