Four-Wheel Drive and All-Wheel Drive Simplified

There's a lot of information these days about All-Wheel Drive and Four-Wheel Drive vehicles. Most folks associate these features with driving through mud or harsh weather conditions like snow. Many manufacturers are now offering these features not only as an option but even as a standard feature. The question that most people have on their minds is, what is the difference between these two options anyway? It's a great question and one that does require a bit of clarification. The Crowley Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram sales team is happy to provide you with this informative article regarding the similarities and differences.

All-Wheel Drive (AWD) is becoming more common these days. With this drive type, all four wheels are receiving power, however, different amounts as deemed necessary. Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) comes in either part-time or full-time. In a nutshell, 4WD will give all four wheels power all the time. Unless you regularly drive through rugged terrain, AWD will suffice. We’d like to invite you to test drive these vehicles to see the difference for yourself. Stop in today and get on your way to a smoother ride no matter what the weather or road throws at you.

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