For a CUV I always want AWD although we only need it from time to time for winter snowing condition. But we can hardly find an AWD CX-5 here in Dallas area, and I had to special order one when I purchased our 2016 CX-5 GT AWD.If you live in TX, is this a concern?Thanks for explanation as I personally don't know too much about hybrid and EV. One thing which is interesting to me is when markjenn mentioned above that the RAV4 Hybrid AWD is a new system in 2019 where the rear wheels are only electrically driven.
There is a 60 mile stretch in South Padre you can drive on. That is one way so 120 round trip. I think it's known as the longest beach drive in America.Not really. To be fair to Texas compared to the overall size of Texas... There aren't lots of beaches. There's a few on one side. And how many of those can you drive on? I'm guessing very few.
In the 4th grade our class wrote to pen pals in Texas. My penpal said his hobbies included surfing. I thought "surfing"? In Texas full of cowboys and well cows? Little did I know.There is a 60 mile stretch in South Padre you can drive on. That is one way so 120 round trip. I think it's known as the longest beach drive in America.
And several other beaches that have shorter runs.
Good grief. Toyota can do no wrong. They are like the Apple of car brands. They nickel and dime buyers with limitless options and packages on all their trims. It's impossible to settle on a car that has everything you want. And the fact that most of their lineup has archaic infotainment underlines their disregard for buyers. Their name alone will get people to buy.Toyota sold over 43,000 Rav4*s in May for a record month. Is it that good or are people drinking Toyota Kool-Aid?
When I was shopping last year, I had a list of options I wanted.They nickel and dime buyers with limitless options and packages on all their trims. It's impossible to settle on a car that has everything you want.
Lol wut!? I drove from McAllen (border of Mexico, southern tip) to up near Texarkana in 12 hours when I was a kid, and 59 through H town was under construction even. Austin to OK/TxArk is like 8 hours.Yes, I only say that because of how in awe I am by the size of that state. Drove to Austin from Cleveland. It was like 18 hours to the Texarkana border. We were so excited. It was roughly 15 more to Austin iirc. Crazy.