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Well you'd think stockholders and future investors would be upset with this, but...since it is totally batty why the stock is at $220 anyway, I suppose we can just throw all rational thinking to the wind here. ...
It looks like you can flat tow either an AWD or FWD 2014 CR-V, but you'll have follow these instructions:
Run engine at the beginning of
each day, press brake pedal and
move shifter through all positions,
shift into drive and hold for 5
seconds, then to NEUTRAL and let
engine run for 3 minutes. Repeat
at least every 8 hours thereafter.
When towing for long periods, re-
move 7.5-A accessory radio fuse.
Now, to your question. Yes, the AWD adds weight (about 100 lbs) and will drop MPG 1-2 mpg. Also repair costs, should they occur, might be more although Hondas tend to be pretty reliable.
I'd say go for the FWD if there is an appreciable savings in price (there should be). If you can save $1K-$2K on purchase price, that's a lotta gas for the motorhome.
If FWD and AWD prices are running neck and neck, then the advantage of FWD drops off a bit.
The Ram is probably a scam. It's priced 1/3rd of what it should be, unless the side not facing the camera is destroyed.
Any car will sell if priced correctly. Ultimately, it's always buyers who set the market price on used cars.