When you're looking to buy a new Toyota near Orlando, you're probably researching the ins and outs of the car. You may see that some new Toyota near Orlando have different drive trains, including all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive. Often times these two terms get used interchangeably, when they are two inherently different systems. We're explaining the differences in the two so you can determine which is the best fit for you and your lifestyle!
Should you buy a new Toyota with four-wheel drive?
Since four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive are commonly confused, we want to clear the air and explain the discrepancies between the two. If you're interested in a new Toyota near Orlando equipped with four-wheel drive, you're looking at a vehicle that is great for off-roading.
How do four-wheel drive systems work? Power from the transmission is brought to the transfer case, which splits the power between the front and rear axles. Doing this delivers power to each wheel. Having maximum torque at each wheel makes for a capable ride. A new Toyota near Orlando with four-wheel drive can climb rocks, dig its way through sand and handle the off-road trails.
Most vehicles have the capability to turn four-wheel drive on and off. In a new Toyota near Orlando with available part-time four-wheel drive, like the 2015 Toyota 4Runner near Orlando, you can improve your fuel economy by turning it off!
Toyota of Clermont explains all-wheel drive!
Should you buy a new Toyota near Orlando that is all-wheel drive? We're explaining what an all-wheel drive system is as well as the pros and cons!
All-wheel drive is a more recent and more complex automotive innovation. All-wheel drive uses three differentials, or boxes of gears, that take power from the transmission and split it at different levels between two wheels or front and rear axles. Your new Toyota near Orlando with all-wheel drive will be able to handle slippery conditions because it gets the most traction.
The biggest difference between four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive in most vehicles is that all-wheel is on all of the time. By being on all the time, you have better handling and traction for all conditions when driving.
If you're debating whether to purchase a four-wheel drive or an all-wheel drive vehicle, think about your lifestyle and how you want to use this car. If you enjoy trail riding and getting off the beaten path, you need a four-wheel drive new Toyota near Orlando. Four-wheel drive is the best for off-roading! Our 2015 Toyota vehicles with available four-wheel drive include the:
- Toyota 4Runner
- Toyota Tacoma
- Toyota Tundra
- Toyota Land Cruiser
If you experience a lot of bad weather conditions while driving, like rain, snow or sleet, you should consider purchasing a new Toyota near Orlando with all-wheel drive. New Toyota cars near Orlando with available all-wheel drive include the:
- Toyota RAV4
- Toyota Sienna
- Toyota Venza
Do you have any questions about four-wheel drive or all-wheel drive? Give us a call at (888) 725-3520 or visit us at 3575 Vineland Road!