The Difference Between All-Wheel and Four-Wheel Drive


Often times in Southfield, we find ourselves traveling rough roads. Discovering what best fits your needs what we do at Page Toyota, helping you decide whether all-wheel or four-wheel drive suits your given situation.

All-wheel drive is a must when you plan on driving on various sorts of tough terrain. The reason it helps in tougher terrain is that the car's system uniquely interacts with each wheel. By doing so, the entire vehicle can adapt to the changing conditions surround each tire.

Four-wheel drive is for the long haulers. If you have a truck that needs to pull a heavy load or go a longer distance, then 4-wheel drive is your system.

Even with this information, it can still sometimes be a little hard to distinguish what is best for you and the family. Come check us out at Page Toyota, so our knowledgeable staff can assist in your decision.
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