Four Wheel or All-Wheel Drive; Which One is Right for You?

When the going gets tough, turn to your all-wheel or four-wheel drive. These features are now available on more car models, not only as an option but, also as a standard feature. You may have heard many mixed reviews on what these systems do and what they don't do. Smith Cairns Ford Lincoln would like to dispel some of the myths associated with these features.

Both systems are great for difficult terrain and poor weather conditions. They also both will assist you in getting to where you need to go without getting stuck. They do require more fuel when engaged. However, most vehicles enable the user to turn the feature on or off. The main difference is that all-wheel drive only sends power to the wheels as needed, while four-wheel drive operates with the power to all four wheels on a continuous basis.

We'd like for you to see and feel the difference on your own. Stop by and take a test drive at 900 Central Park Avenue today.

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