Which Is Best for You: 4-Wheel Drive or All-Wheel Drive?

It is easy to get mixed up in regard to the differences between an all-wheel-drive and 4-wheel drive on your vehicle. When you visit Car Express, we can go over the differences with you and explain why you might want to choose one over the other.

One way you can tell the difference is the type of vehicle that you would prefer to buy. Crossovers and cars from most manufacturers will have all-wheel drive, while pickups and SUVs that are larger will come with the 4-wheel drive. The difference lies in the use that you are going to put the vehicle through. 4-wheel drive is used mostly for off-road driving experiences.

With the 4-wheel drive, the rough terrain is more easily navigated with low-range gearing and locking differentials makes each wheel capable of running on its own. The all-wheel-drive provides constant power to each wheel, which can vary according to the conditions of the pavement.

If you’re on the hunt for the right drivetrain to suit your needs, don’t hesitate to make a trip to our Chattanooga, TN showroom today!

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