The Logic Behind All-Wheel-Drive and Four-Wheel-Drive

There is sometimes a bit of confusion when it comes to the definition of four-wheel drive and all-wheel-drive vehicles. Although both cause all four tires on a vehicle to have power and thus create more traction on the driving surface, there are two separate and distinct uses for this phenomenon.

All-wheel-drive vehicles are usually sedans, high-performance cars, and crossovers. The configuration of this method is to send an equal and even amount of power to each wheel with the ability to vary according to the condition of the road under each wheel. This provides an even and smooth ride in addition to provident excellent control.

The all-wheel-drive is designed to run on paved roads and operate safely in all kinds of weather conditions such as ice and snow, and rainy, stormy roads. Having these choices available enables consumers the ability to choose which types of driving they are going to engage in and make their buying decisions accordingly.

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