For your front wheel drive car you can probably easily use a dolly. Check your vehicles Owners Manual under Towing to see if there are any issues. Also check your MH's rated capacities to see how much weight you can safely tow.
We have an Acme "Eze-Tow" Hydraulic Disc Brake Dolly
. Since it has surge disc brakes I don't need a electric brake controller which can be a true PITA on the MBS chassis (M-B Sprinter). Unlike most dolly brands you can tow it empty with no issues as it is all welded, instead of bolted, together. We picked ours up at the factory and I saw a very professional set up staffed with employees that have a great customer service attitude.
So far we are quite happy with it and I'm glad we went with a dolly instead of spending at least twice
as much modifying one of cars to do a flat tow. The big plus is if I change cars I don't need to spend any thing modifying the new car to be towed. If desired I could tow our other vehicle, a 2015 FWD Explorer, on the dolly instead of our C-Max. A dolly can be a hassle in some ways, hooking up in the rain comes to mind
, but overall it was the most practical and economical, solution for us.