Learn More about Front-Wheel and Rear-Wheel Drive

Through this friendly blog; we offer automotive knowledge that can help you make a better buying decision. This post focuses on two popular transmission setups, front-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive.

By its name, you quickly understand that front-wheel drive motivates cars via their front wheels. Similarly, rear-wheel drive moves cars via their rear wheels. Front-wheel drive's construction places a substantial weight over its vehicle's drive wheels, which leads to traction advantages. Rear-wheel drive disperses weight more evenly, which provides handling advantages. If you need a reliable snow car, heavily consider a front-wheel-drive car, and use appropriate tires. For thrilling drives on curvy roads, lean toward a rear-wheel-drive model. Importantly, front-wheel drive cars carry lower price tags, but rear-wheel transmissions average fewer repairs.

You can thoroughly evaluate these two transmission types by visiting Holler Honda. At our convenient Orlando dealership, we offer great test drives of every model in our broad selection.

 

 

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