Finding AWD vans just got easy. Below is a list of some affordable and reliable AWD vans for sale that we recommend to all car buyers out there who are looking to get vehicle that can not only hold their entire family, but also has the added versatility and power that AWD provides.
AWD provides more power and traction to the areas your car needs it most when weather and road conditions are bad. Rain, snow and sleet are no match for all wheel drive, and when you need a van to pull around your entire family, the last thing you want is to not be able to get where you need to go.
With the market heavily trending towards SUV and the more practical and fuel efficient crossover SUVs in recent years, the market for vans and minivans is really drying up. It may be a good idea to also think about 8 passenger SUVs as well.
They are not extinct yet however, and the vans that remain are really the best of the best. It may be the best time to find car sales on vans. To get AWD on a new van, you only have a few options open to you.
The 2012 Toyota Sienna is the only new minivan that has an all wheel drive option. To get it, you’ll need to spring $31,930 for the LE trim. The Sienna is an excellent choice if you are looking at the remaining new minivans left.
If you move up to full size vans, you have two more options. The 2012 Chevy Express and 2012 GMC Savana are very mechanically similar since they are twin vehicles from GM. To get AWD, you’ll need to get the LS trim that starts at $32,495.
If you can’t afford a new van, there are used options as well. Cars like the 2005 Chevy Astro, 2005 GMC Safari, 2004 Chrysler Town and Country Touring and the 2004 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT are all used AWD vans too.