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I am gonna pull the trigger on a 3.3 Sport and I live in California. Is there any reason to get the AWD version of this car?
It’s really how you intend to use the car that will dictate RWD vs. AWD. It’s not all snow or inclement weather either. AWD does a fine job on dry tarmac to help pull you through a turn (you can get on the throttle earlier, giving you an advantage), and as CoconutRob stated, you can turn off stability control and the AWD system will send 90-93% of the power to the rear so you can drift of induce oversteer.I am gonna pull the trigger on a 3.3 Sport and I live in California. Is there any reason to get the AWD version of this car?
Let be honest, you'll be stuck in traffic no matter what the weather is like!I live in SoCal and my RWD seems to grip just fine. I don't think its worth the extra money to get AWD in California. Nobody here knows how to drive in the rain so you'll be stuck in traffic when it rains anyways.
Seems like most people are getting good discounts and leases on the G70 even in LA. It could be your friend is not considering the incentives and discounts people are getting. Then again, “rather high” can mean different things to different people.So my car broker friend checked into leases on this car in the LA area and they are rather high. Guess it's because they are new, supply and demand. May need to wait a while for a fair deal.
There is some recent pricing in the thread below. It really isn't helpful to look at overall pricing though since that is different for everyone depending on taxes, fees, etc. Best to look at the discounts people are getting, the MF and RV values as well as lease cash and incentives. With @r_spec offering Hyundai pricing certificates to those who ask the discount is very good.What kind of lease pricing are people experiencing on the 3.3 Sport?