At our dealership, we want you to make the most informed decision when it comes to your next vehicle purchase. So what's the difference between front-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive?

Rear-Wheel Drive

Rear-wheel drive cars use the rear wheels for power. This means that the rear wheels are what spin when you press your foot on the gas. The advantages of driving with rear-wheel power are that usually rear-wheel drive cars steer better and are generally more powerful.

Front-Wheel Drive

Front-wheel drive is when the front wheels power the vehicle. This has its advantages, for example, a front-wheel drive vehicle usually has significantly better traction in the snow when compared to rear-wheel powered vehicles. They are also generally made and sold at a cheaper cost.

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