Explore the Differences between All-Wheel and Four-Wheel Drive

Ever wonder what was the difference between all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive, and why you need it on an automobile? Here are some basics of the differences, courtesy of our knowledgeable staff at Classic Mazda:

  • All-wheel drive is built into luxury cars, sedans, and SUVs that are considered to crossovers.
  • Trucks and truck-sized SUVs are built with four-wheel drive.
  • Four-wheel drive is normally a good choice if you spend a moderate amount of time on unpaved roads.

If the seasonal weather you will be frequently traveling through includes rain or snow, both all-wheel, and four-wheel drive will provide traction and increase the tires road grip during acceleration. It really depends on what you are in the consumer market for. A sleek, new sports car only needs the performance handling of all-wheel drive. The investment into a reliable work truck should include the reliability that operating with the drivetrain of four-wheel drive provides.

Here at our Orlando, FL showroom, we want to help you make the best choices in a car or truck selection. Come by and test drive today!

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