Winter is Coming: All-Wheel Drive vs. 4-Wheel Drive

No matter what you drive or where you live, the weather gets a little bit harsher in the holiday season, and it's wise to prepare your vehicle for that. Often times, you hear people talking about how their vehicles are equipped with all-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive. What exactly does that mean and how can you benefit from it?

All-wheel drive is meant for driving in town, and with smaller vehicles like the Ford Fusion. Its goal is to help you accelerate through rough weather, rather than rough roads, such as patches of ice and snow.

Four-wheel drive, on the other hand, is meant for bigger vehicles such as Jeep SUVs. This is meant for rough terrain, such as going anywhere off-road. You control each wheel through the terrain, and given this factor, 4-wheel drive is much safer off-road.

No matter what your driving choice is, either can be suited to your vehicle. To learn more about the options, visit Sternberg Automotive Group!
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