Used Cars With All Wheel Drive For Sale In Coconut Creek, FL

If you're in the market for a different vehicle, you might be asking yourself about the true distinction between used all-wheel-drive cars for sale and those with a front-wheel or rear-wheel drive setup. In FWD vehicles, power from the engine is distributed to the front wheels exclusively, while RWD vehicles experience the opposite. In AWD vehicles, power is distributed to all four wheels, though not necessarily in equal amounts. To learn more about the pros and cons of this, read on.

What Are the Benefits of Used All-Wheel-Drive Cars?

All-wheel-drive systems are more complex than their 2WD counterparts. In some cases, they might have a fixed ratio when it comes to distributing engine power to the wheels (the front wheels might get 80% while the rear wheels get 20%, for example). However, modern systems often monitor your driving style and adjust the power to certain wheels accordingly. This has multiple perks.

Most people like all-wheel-drive powertrains because they provide added traction in slippery conditions. This can help when it's been raining heavily, you're traveling someplace with snow, or if you are traversing uneven ground. However, these heavier and more complicated setups can also come with a loss of fuel economy. With a predictive or adaptable AWD system, it can give you even more control on the road by delivering power where you need it the most in the right quantities. This can also manifest as more responsive handling. In some instances, you might also be able to rely just on front-wheel power. While this won't make your car any lighter, it can positively affect fuel efficiency.

What Are Some of the Best Used All-Wheel-Drive Cars?

Many people like all-wheel drive if they have a larger vehicle, like an SUV, which can be more unwieldy in slick conditions. These larger cars are also used more as camping vehicles and for more rugged adventures, making AWD desirable.

Some of our favorite AWD SUVs include the Mitsubishi Outlander and Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. However, we accept trade-ins of many different makes and models of cars, offering you a wide selection. Explore these on our website today, and then come for a visit to take back-to-back test drives of your favorite all-wheel-drive used cars.

Find All-Wheel-Drive Cars for Sale in Coconut Creek, FL

Looking for used cars? All-wheel-drive options are available at our dealership in South Florida. However, we want to ensure you get everything on your wishlist. We encourage you to think about what would improve your drive, whether it's new infotainment offerings or fewer maintenance concerns. We can then introduce you to used cars with Apple Carplay® or low mileage used cars to put a smile on your face from the moment you open up your garage.

If you have further questions about how 2WD vs. AWD vehicles handle or what maintenance they need, we're happy to answer them, especially since all-wheel-drive setups can differ by make and model. In all ways, we strive to make the process of getting informed and getting a new-to-you car as simple and stress-free as possible. Get started on your new journey today.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the most reliable used AWD car?

Many cars have the distinction of being highly reliable cars with all-wheel-drive. For instance, a lot of people trust the steadfastness of a Mitsubishi Outlander or Subaru Outback. Consider listing your other priorities to help narrow your options. Our team will be happy to introduce you to the most reliable cars available on our lot.

What is the benefit of an all-wheel-drive car?

Living in South Florida, you are likely to encounter rain and slick road conditions. All-wheel-drive provides more traction than front-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive, helping you to keep in control and safe on the road. And if you ever go on a road trip to a place with snow, this feature can also be useful.


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