AWD vs FWED

Asked by Mar 06, 2011 at 04:43 PM about the Chevrolet Equinox

Question type: General

Didn't get AWD, was it a mistake?

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it depends on the area you live in ? Cheaper maintenance overall if your in the south. Please award points if this helps !

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I have a AWD Equinox 2011 I live in Denver Co. I love the AWD it's great for our snow

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not really , equinox performs well with front wheel drive. http://chevroletequinox.org/

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and awd too

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