4 wheel drive vs 2 wheel drive

Asked by Apr 26, 2017 at 05:10 PM about the Porsche 911

Question type: Car Customization

Interested to know the differences in the two systems, speed and safety

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if you search that question you will find 1110000 answers... anyway depends on where , why , and what ....

Wasting my time, Not very helpful!

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4 wheels are driven when you need them. Helps on snow, ice and mud. I would not own anything but a 4x4 truck. AWD in a sports car helps in cornering and when driving in the wet.

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Are you racing? Are you driving in mud, snow, ice, sleet, rain? AWD is 4 wheels providing traction in this fashion; 2 wheels pulling, 2 wheels pushing. RWD, 2 wheels pushing the car. With today's AWD vehicles, gas mileage, wear and tear is minimal compared to the old days (30 years ago). And, a million arguments can be made on both sides of the equation for racing. Which is right? The one that crosses the finish line. First!

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