Choosing Between Front-Wheel vs. Rear-Wheel Drive Vehicles


The difference between a front-wheel drive vehicle vs. a rear-wheel drive is which set of wheels powers the vehicle down the road. With a front-wheel drive vehicle, the front wheels power and steer the vehicle. For rear-wheel drive vehicles, the jobs are better dispersed between the front and back of the car.

Front-wheel drive cars are usually smaller and more economical. The technology doesn't require such a large drive shaft, giving the manufacturing more room to play around with the design.

Front-wheel drive owners love how the car handles around corners, making it possible to accelerate, even while turning. With a rear-wheel drive vehicle, the power comes from the back while the steering occurs in the front.

Whether you want an economical front-wheel drive for a long commute, or you are looking for a powerful rear-wheel drive truck, it's time to visit us at Porsche Southpoint to learn more about our vehicles in stock.
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