If you have no need for 4x4, then FWD makes perfect sense. You get better traction than RWD and usually better MPG. Seems most manufacturers are going to FWD over RWD, because it's easier to design and cheaper to build. If you have no need for 4x4, then why carry the extra weight, not to mention the extra wear and tear and maintenance.
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