Settle Between All-Wheel and Four-Wheel Drive

When it's time for a new vehicle, Fred Mueller Mazda has some advice for you. If you've ever been stuck in snow, slid on ice, or, even hydroplaned, you may want to consider an all-wheel or four-wheel drive model. These features have become much more affordable and accessible in recent years. Some manufacturers even offer this as standard equipment to win over customers who may be sitting on the fence in their decision making.

The good news is, these features are incredibly useful no matter what the scenario is. They provide improved traction, handling, and, even a smoother ride on rough or uneven pavement. They work by supplying power to all wheels. An all-wheel drive model, however, only distributes extra power to the wheels that need it. On the other hand, four-wheel drive provides power to all four wheels at the same time with the use of front and rear-differentials.

We'd like you to experience the difference here in the Schofield, WI. Stop by, and we'll be happy to find the perfect match for you and your lifestyle.

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