Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive System: A Standard for Most Models

Winter Snow and Thick Mud Are No Match for a Subaru

Whether it’s winter and you’re battling thick and slippery snow or you’re off-roading in the mud to your campsite, you’ll be happy you bought a new Subaru. This is because all Subaru models, except the Subaru BRZ, come standard with a symmetrical all-wheel drive. This is a system that incorporates all of your wheels to improve your traction and prevent wheel slippage.

Most cars, trucks or SUVs only have a rear-wheel drive or a front-wheel drive. This sends power to only two of the wheels instead of all four. This can be a real disadvantage in winter. Having an all-wheel-drive system doesn’t mean that you should not buy snow tires. Snow tires are still an essential purchase for winter months. This is because they have special tread that improves road grip and you won’t wear out your summer tires as quickly.

Advantages of an All-Wheel Drive System

Maintaining traction in the winter isn’t the only advantage of an all-wheel-drive system. Check out a few of the other advantages to this system below and let us know which one is your favorite!

  • More Control Is a Tire Blows Out
  • Quicker Acceleration
  • More Control When Accelerating
  • Longer Lasting Tires
  • More Control on Wet or Dry Surfaces
  • And MORE!

With all of these advantages to the symmetrical all-wheel-drive system, it’s hard to imagine why anyone would want anything else. If you have any questions or would like more information about this topic, call or stop by our Subaru dealership today. One of our automotive specialists will be happy to assist you and answer any questions that you may have!

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