Front-Wheel Drive or Rear-Wheel Drive: Which is Right for You?

There are a variety of factors to consider when selecting between a front-wheel or rear-wheel drive car. Evergreen Subaru in Auburn, ME is happy to explain the differences between the two designs and the advantages and disadvantages of each to allow you to make an informed decision about your next vehicle.

Front wheel drive cars are simpler and less expensive to make since the engine and transmission are both in the front area of the car. The extra weight over the wheels creating the traction increases grip in slippery conditions such as rain and snow, but can lead to jerking to the left and right while accelerating. For this reason, most high-performance cars are RWD.

We're prepared to answer any questions you have about purchasing a new or used vehicle. Visit our dealership today and explore your options.

 

 

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