what is the difference between 4WD and AWD?

Asked by Nov 07, 2013 at 10:06 PM

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http://www.digitaltrends.com/cars/whats-the-difference-between-four-wheel- drive-and-all-wheel-drive/

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4wd is designed to go offroad. awd is designed for improved traction in poor weather and/or on surfaces like sand and gravel roads.

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4 wheel is just that all four pulling, all wheel differentiates front to rear with 60% at front

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It's all a lot of hardware that we love to tug along...which double the moving parts = double the failure...the whole thing is kinda silly....yes for drivin' on snow or ice...usable....deceptive if you've driven one....because the rate at which you can increase the speed is a different can of worms than the rate at which YOU CAN STOP...and crash into things...(it's alright...was just a snowbank)....with a sportscar under it~

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