All-Wheel Drive or Four-Wheel Drive, What's the Difference Anyway?

With more cars offering not only the option but, also including four-wheel and all-wheel drive as standard, there's of course curiosity about it. When buying a vehicle, it's important to understand what these features are, which one is right for you, and, if you really need them.

Four-wheel drive is typically offered in full or part-time. This option allows people to save gas when not using the feature, but, still have the extra feature available to them when they need it. In a nutshell, Four wheel-drive sends power to all four wheels all the time, whereas all-wheel drive only does it when it's actually needed.

Our staff members at The Sharpe Collection in Grand Rapids would like you to experience the difference for yourself. Whether you are the outdoorsy type and like to drive on rugged terrain, or, just want better traction in inclement weather, we have the right model for you. Stop by for a test drive today.

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