Know the Difference between All-Wheel and Four-Wheel Drive

If you're facing tough driving conditions this season, you might want to consider an all-wheel or four-wheel drive vehicle. Most people know that these vehicles are much better at handling snow, ice, sharp inclines, and, pretty much any other obstacle. These two types of vehicles work by supplying power to all four wheels. The main difference between them is that the four-wheel drive supplies power to all wheels all the time. All-wheel drive works a little differently by only giving power to the wheels as needed.

There are people who are afraid this may increase their fuel usage. The good news is that many models allow you to disengage the feature when not in use. Our latest selection at Honda of Morgan Hill has many different models to consider. The best thing to do is go online and check out our extensive inventory.

After that, give us a call or come in for a test drive at 17100 Laurel Road today!

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