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When you are shopping for a new vehicle, choosing the right transmission
for your driving needs is among the most important factors to consider.
New vehicles are available with either two, four, or all-wheel drive transmissions.
After you have driven your new car for a few years, you may eventually
need to schedule transmission work at
a qualified transmission shop in San Jose. By choosing a drivetrain that offers simple transmission repair, you
can help you reduce your need for an automatic transmission rebuild at
some point down the road. Read on for a look at some tips for deciding
between two, four, and all-wheel drive for your next vehicle purchase.
Four Wheel Drive and All-Wheel Drive
As you are selecting a transmission, it is a great idea to learn about
the differences between four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive powertrains. Four-wheel drive vehicles have the ability to switch between two-wheel
and four-wheel drive modes. By contrast, your all-wheel drive vehicle
will remain in four-wheel drive at all times.
Two Wheel Drive
For many drivers, two-wheel drive is a great transmission solution for
their driving needs. Unlike four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive vehicles,
which can power all four wheels, two-wheel drive cars send power solely
to the front or back wheels. Two-wheel drive generates plenty of power
for everyday driving excursions, from running errands around town to hitting
the highway for an extended road trip.
Making the Choice
Choosing between two, four, and all-wheel drive primarily depends upon
your lifestyle and driving needs. For example, if you plan on taking your
vehicle on muddy roads or through snowy terrain, you may want to select
a four wheel drive vehicle. For those drivers who occasionally encounter
tough driving conditions, all-wheel drive may an appropriate choice. Finally,
those drivers who live in temperate climates that do not experience extreme
weather conditions, a two-wheel drive car may be the best fit.
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