Pros and Cons of FWD and RWD Vehicles

Here at our dealership, we believe that all of you should be well-informed when it comes to making a decision about purchasing your next vehicle. Today, we're going to be highlighting the differences between Front-Wheel and Rear-Wheel Drive so that you can make the right choice for you.

Front-Wheel Drive offers economy and traction. Front-Wheel Drive vehicles are typically lighter and can get better traction in rain and snow. However, they can be heavy in the nose, which can affect handling at high speeds; they are also not built for performance, and are considerably fragile. Rear-Wheel Drive meanwhile, offers more simplicity, is typically tougher, and is more balanced. These vehicles are rough and ready, grounded and built to perform, however, they do poorly and loose traction in rain and snow.

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