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Clubman... Does the All4 sit higher than the FWD?

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Old 05-15-2018, 09:47 PM
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Clubman... Does the All4 sit higher than the FWD?

Going to buy a Clubman S but in looking at the photos of the All4 it seems to sit higher than the FWD.... is it me imagining things or am I perhaps correct?

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You are not imaging things. The ALL4 version was supposed to sit 1" (25mm) higher, but the final versions were published as 0.6" (15mm) higher, if my memory serves me right.

I haven't parked next to a non-ALL4 to see how true, but I could do a measurement from the fender lip to the hub center on my ALL4 if someone with a FWD would do the same...let me know.
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