What's the Difference Between Drivetrains?

The drivetrain to your vehicle matters. The front-wheel-drive configuration allows you to get more fuel efficiency. You typically see sedans, small cars, economical cars, and daily commuter vehicles with this type of drivetrain. However, if you are looking for power, then you would choose the rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. Traditionally, most muscle cars are RWD. This is because the vehicle is pushed forward. While it takes up more fuel, it's a better drivetrain for power.

All-wheel drive is the best for both worlds. You get power and a bit more fuel efficiency, and it's the best configuration for bad weather and icy roads. There are also newer drivetrain models that allow you to switch between all three, allowing you to pick between FWD, RWD, and AWD.

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