4WD vs. AWD: We Know It Can Be Confusing
The difference between Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) and All-Wheel Drive (AWD) can be confusing. It doesn’t have to be, though. Here’s a breakdown of what 4WD and AWD do.
What is a 4-Wheel Drive?
If you’re the kind of driver who partakes in off-road terrain, then a vehicle with 4WD sounds may be the right car for you. It puts power into all tires instead of just two, giving you extra traction to get through tough terrain when you need it.
What is All-Wheel Drive?
If you’re a more casual driver who needs a bit of extra help when conditions get bad, a vehicle with AWD may be more your style. It turns on automatically and can help you maintain traction on the road.
If you still feel a little bit confused about this, come by to see Village Dodge to help you decide which option would be best for you. The new cars in our inventory at Hudson, NY will have options that may impress you.