The Difference Between Rear-Wheel and Front-Wheel Drive Cars


The biggest difference between rear-wheel and front-wheel drive cars is where the power is coming from. Rear-wheel drive vehicles are pushed down the road with power coming from the rear wheels, while front-wheel drive vehicles are pulled. Both have their advantages, and many drivers like the ability to choose between the two options.

If you frequently drive in poor weather, front-wheel drive is usually easier to control. With the steering and power all coming from the front tires, drivers find that getting out of a skid is easier. With rear-wheel drive cars, you have to understand how to get out of a skid in a different way.

Front-wheel drive vehicles are usually more economical, and more affordable for you to purchase. Rear-wheel drive vehicles are powerful, luxury sedans and SUVs, and are therefore more expensive.

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