Flying blind is never a good idea, right?
In more practical terms, buying a car without knowing exactly what drive system you’re getting can lead to disappointment, or worse yet, disaster!
Best to be prepared. This is a major purchase, and it needs to fit seamlessly into your life.
So, do you go with four-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, front-wheel drive, or all-wheel drive?
It’s time you finally know the differences between them so that you can make an informed decision for your next new or used car purchase.
So here are some quick tips to let you decide which drive system is right for you:
- FWD (front-wheel drive): day-to-day driving in normal weather conditions (not extreme)
- RWD (rear-wheel drive): sports car driver, need for speed or for torque power (hauling)
- AWD (all-wheel drive): day-to-day driving that may encounter some extreme weather or off-roading conditions
- 4WD (four-wheel drive): trucks and SUVs that may regularly experience extreme weather and extreme off-roading conditions
Continue reading about the difference between FWD, RWD, AWD, and 4WD to make an informed purchase for your next new or used vehicle.