Understand Front-Wheel Drive and Rear-Wheel Drive

To aid your next auto-buying decision, we offer blog posts that share automotive knowledge. In this post, we provide insight into front-wheel and rear-wheel drive configurations.

These setups' names indicate their functions. If a car features front-wheel drive, its transmission moves horsepower from the engine to the road via the car's front wheels. Alternatively, a rear-wheel drive car's setup moves that power through the auto's rear wheels. Manufacturers build front-wheel drive into their lower-priced cars because it costs less to construct.

Commuters find fuel efficiency and wet-road traction in typical front-wheel-drive cars. Touring enthusiasts find dry-pavement handling and exciting memories in most rear-wheel drive cars. Additionally, rear-wheel configurations feature fewer parts, which results in sturdiness

You can fully evaluate these drive-train configurations when you visit Holler Hyundai at our convenient Winter Park location. We will happily show you any model in our inventory and offer you a thorough test drive.



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