What You Need to Know About Drivetrains

Dealers want buyers to know exactly what they are buying before they sign a purchase agreement. Therefore, it is important to understand the differences between a rear-wheel drive (RWD) and a front-wheel drive (FWD) vehicle. The biggest distinction between the two is where the power to propel the car comes from.

It is important to note that both a RWD and a FWD vehicle can meet a buyer's needs. However, a FWD may be an ideal choice for those who drive in icy or snowy climates as the vehicle may get better traction. Of course, a RWD may handle better regardless of road conditions.

Furthermore, because of how the axles are designed, vehicles with RWD may be more durable over the long-term. Whether you are interested in a RWD or FWD vehicle, you can learn about them or schedule a test drive by visiting Robert Green Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Monticello.

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