Originally Posted by taylorgrandorf
Same here- no issues with it at all (except for the roof). Immaculate paint, no dings, dents, scratches, rust. Serviced at the dealer for everything. While I usually prefer doing most maintenance myself, it just means that the car has been almost over-serviced.
The positives of a 2wd, cost less to maintain, cost less to purchase. If you live in an area where it doesn't snow much and no major hills that's fine. Even snow on a very small scale just switch the tires to snow tires and you'll be ok.
I have 4wd because of where I live and used it quite often this winter because of weather and my tires are pretty well worn.
Honestly I prefer driving a rwd drive vehicle over a fwd vehicle 99% of the time