A Front-Wheel and Rear-Wheel Drive Comparison

We believe that informed car buyers make better auto purchases, so we offer car knowledge on this blog. Today, we provide a comparison of front-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive technologies.

Front-wheel drive configurations apply engine force to a car's front wheels. This configuration style pulls cars. Rear-wheel drive setups apply the engine's horsepower to an auto's rear wheels. This configuration style pushes cars. In addition to the pulling action, front-wheel drive setups place most of the car's weight over its drive wheels, which enables superb wet-road traction. Meanwhile, rear-wheel drive's pushing action helps its car hug dry roads and create memorable countryside tours. Notably, front-wheel drive cars offer initial value while rear-wheel models' transmissions are typically sturdier.

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