Ever wondered the difference between an All Wheel drive and a Four Wheel drive?
An All-Wheel Drive (AWD) drivetrain, typically used in sports cars and sedans, is a drivetrain that employs a front, rear and center differential to provide power to all four wheels of a vehicle. A Four-Wheel Drive (4×4) drivetrain, typically used on SUV’s and off-road vehicles, is a drivetrain that employs two differentials and a transfer case to provide power to all four wheels of a vehicle.
The 4×4 technology dates back to the World War I, while the AWD is relatively new. If you most worried about bad weather and slippery roads, then the AWD is the right choice for you, but if you need to navigate through some nasty, washed-out dirt road, then you definitely need the 4×4 vehicle!
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