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Middle aged Dad- teenagers. Fun to drive, AWD, hatch with ground clearance for snow and camping.

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Oldest is taking over my Rav4 soon, always liked it and the cargo space and ability handle most off-road needs.
Want something more fun to drive (manual would be great) but need to still have the cargo space and AWD with some ground clearance. Reliability a must.

? Hatch or SUV/CUV
? Fun to drive, power
? AWD with more than sedan ground clearance would be ideal

Priorities: Reliability & durability / Powertrain performance / Materials & workmanship

Need minimum of 5 seats

Will consider both new and used cars
Maximum mileage: 25000
Maximum age: 3 years

Maximum price: US $ 35000

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Response from AcuraT

10:21 pm August 19, 2018

This is a duplicate question, you can remove it. Look at the other post (the first) to get answers.

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Response from NormT

10:22 pm August 19, 2018

I'd look at the Buick Envision Prem l for $33K new or $26K at 25,000 miles. The hiperstrut and 2.0T with torque vectoring AWD will have 8.0" of ground clearence. The Prem l has keyless entry and remote with stating, hands freei lift gate, cross traffic alert, heat leather seats, heated steering wheel, sliding and reclining rear seat....


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Response from AcuraT

10:37 pm August 19, 2018

Envison handles well, but nothing like the WRX or the Ford Focus RS. I stayed away from SUVs in my answer on your other post since you wanted a high performance model with great handling, not good handling.

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