Explore the Advantages Offered by All-Wheel Drive and Four-Wheel Drive Vehicles

Both all-wheel drive vehicles and four-wheel drive vehicles have much better traction than front-wheel drive vehicles during snowy and icy conditions. They are better able to accelerate and maintain traction in snow and ice thanks to a drivetrain that provides power to all the wheels and not just the front wheels. A major difference between four-wheel drive vehicles and all-wheel drive vehicles is that you need to manually shift the four-wheel drive vehicle into four-wheel drive mode. You can shift into four-wheel drive mode when it is snowy or when you are driving on rough terrain.

However, you must then turn off the four-wheel drive when you get back on a regular road to prevent wheel damage. All-wheel drive vehicles automatically have sent and just power to each tire. There is no need to turn it on and off manually. This is a convenient feature for someone who does not like shifting gears and driving modes.

At All American Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Odessa, we carry a wide stock of both all-wheel-drive vehicles and four-wheel drive vehicles. You are sure to find an AWD or FWD vehicle that you like at our showroom, so come on in and test one out today!

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