Evaluate Front-Wheel Drive and Rear-Wheel Drive

Informed car buyers become happy car owners, so we offer informative blog posts about cars' features. In today's post, we explain front-wheel and rear-wheel drive.

Each transmission configuration's name indicates what it does. Front-wheel drive transmits horsepower from the engine to the pavement through a car's front wheels. Due to its design and the weight of the engine atop the drive wheels, front-wheel drive offers reliable traction. Rear-wheel drive moves horsepower through its car's rear wheels, and its design pushes the car, which offers great dry-road handling.

​Manufacturers use the front-wheel drive in their value models because its parts and construction cost less. Commuters will experience better fuel efficiency from the typical front-wheel-drive car, but touring enthusiasts lean toward the rear-wheel drive.

We offer a wide inventory at Hank Graff Chevrolet, and we welcome you to visit us and fully evaluate our front-wheel and rear-wheel drive models.

 

 

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