What’s the Difference between Four-Wheel and All-Wheel Drive?

We have all heard of four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive before. But what is really the difference? How do we know what is right for our next car?

  • All wheel drive technology was made for wet or snowy roads. As all 4 wheels are in use all the time, it can produce a more secure feeling even on dry pavement.
  • Four-wheel drive technology has been around just as long and seems to be more well known.
  • While both are different the basic concept is the same. If you have four wheels why not put them to work for better traction. Both will give you the extra security you want during wet or snowy conditions. All-wheel drive is always on, but four-wheel drive has the option to turn that function off.

Find out what better meets your needs today at our dealership. Visit Wall’s Ford for a test drive!

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