What You Need to Know About Audi's New Quattro Ultra All-Wheel Drive System

Audi may not have invented all-wheel drive, but it’s safe to say the German automaker has pretty much perfected it over the years.

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Most Read Car Reviews of the Week: March 30 – April 5

Full steam ahead with power to all four wheels. That was the common thread this week among AutoGuide.com’s most popularly read reviews.

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New Mazdaspeed3 Could Use AWD

The next-generation Mazdaspeed3 could be getting all-wheel drive, since the new Mazda 3 shares its underpinnings with the CX-5 SUV.

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Top 10 Best Places to Go Off-Roading This Summer

Wrangler sales are climbing, both month-over-month and year-over-year. Causing consternation among its fan base, the brand is also preparing to revive the Cherokee nameplate.

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Ask AutoGuide No. 3 - Dad's Dilemma

Like veteran 911 operators AutoGuide’s expertly trained staff is here to help at anytime, day or night… as long as they can respond via e-mail and at their convenience. Ask AutoGuide is our newest weekly feature and it’s off like a prom dress.

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2014 Jeep Liberty Headed for NY Auto Show Debut

Jeep will bring the new version of its Liberty utility vehicle to the 2013 New York Auto Show only a short time before it is scheduled to reach dealers.

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New Small Jeep to Be Built in Italy as Upmarket Vehicle

Jeep just might be the thing to tug Fiat out of its European money mire like a winch-wearing Wrangler pulling a stranger’s truck from a mud bog. 

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Jaguar to Offer All-Wheel Drive on All New Models

According to Jaguar’s global brand director, Adrian Hallmark, all future models will be developed with all-wheel drive capability.

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Nissan TeRRA Makes Off-Roading Greener

Off-roading usually conjures images of a gas-hungry monster with big tires but a concept Nissan brought to Paris this week aims to change that.

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Video: Ferrari FF Goes Skiing Via Helicopter

The Ferrari FF went for a skiing holiday in the Italian Alps, and it got a lift via a Chinook helicopter. Who knew the FF was such an extreme-sports junkie?

Two Italian Air Force regiments provided CH-47 Chinook and Augusta 205 helicopters for the Ferrari FF to be hauled to the top of ski resort Plan de Corones. Journalists got a firsthand glimpse at the FF’s all-weather and grand touring capabilities, perfect for shuttling rich ski brats from hillock to trail and back to the lodge bar.

No word on whether Mountain Dew is interested in a cross-promotional campaign.

See the video after the jump:

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