Need a mid-sized sedan under $30,000 with AWD? Right now there’s only one option right now. That;s because Ford’s AWD Fusion is available only in expensive Titanium trim and the Chrysler 200 AWD isn’t available yet. Even when that 200 AWD does land it will be in a high end 3.6L V6 trim only and is expected to cross the $30,000 mark as well. Since I wasn’t able to get one fro Subaru I flew to Denver to rent a brand-new Legacy 2.5 Limited.