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As consumers line up for crossovers and other all-wheel-drive vehicles, suppliers report big new demand for a technology that delivers awd only some of the time.
Mazda is launching a market offensive in U.S. cities such as Denver, Minneapolis and Chicago, sensing an opportunity to ride a trio of all-wheel-drive crossovers to greater success in the snow belt.
Despite the increasing popularity of awd passenger cars in the U.S., Toyota is not convinced Americans want an awd Prius.
The fourth-generation Toyota Prius went on sale in Japan today, complete with a new all-wheel-drive version arriving just in time for the onset of snowy driving.
Automakers flock to the remote town of Arjeplog, Sweden, in the winter for cold-weather testing. The attractions are frozen lakes and reliably brutal winter weather.
Volkswagen will outfit its Puebla, Mexico, plant to build all-wheel-drive vehicles, according to a company source.
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