Honda all-wheel drive

Honda makes its cars with multiple types of transmission systems called drivetrains. If you are searching for a new car to buy, it's essential to know what the drivetrain options are to ensure you are getting the right vehicle. Honda's all-wheel drive system includes various vehicle body styles, including sedans, crossovers, trucks, and SUVs. All-wheel drive is designed to improve your Honda's performance in wet and wintery conditions. Essentially, all-wheel drive gives your car a stable footing on the road. There are many advantages to all-wheel drive, which you'll have a chance to experience for yourself when you check out the new and used inventory at our dealership to buy your next car.

Honda Models With All-Wheel Drive

  • Honda CR-V
  • Honda CR-V Hybrid
  • Honda HR-V
  • Honda Passport
  • Honda Pilot
  • Honda Ridgeline

Why is All-Wheel Drive Important?

All-wheel drive provides a vehicle with a diverse assortment of benefits. All-wheel drive is particularly notable for the advantages that it gives to Honda drivers in snow and ice. An all-wheel drive uses a special computer-based traction and monitoring system to ensure your Honda's wheels all have the right amount of power based on the current road conditions or if you are driving off-road. All-wheel drive is designed to give power to wheels with better traction while reducing power to wheels that don't have a firm grip. This prevents wheels from slipping and ultimately makes your Honda safer to drive. Your Honda is also safer to drive with all-wheel drive since AWD can improve braking power and make your car stop more quickly. AWD helps your Honda tow heavier loads with greater ease and efficiency, and it can also enhance a car's performance capabilities.

How Does All-Wheel Drive Work on a Honda?

All-wheel drive on your Honda works year-round and around the clock. Whenever you get in your car to start driving, AWD sets to work by constantly monitoring your tires' performance and making adjustments as needed to keep your car stable and balanced while driving. All-wheel drive comes with Honda's sedans, crossovers, SUVs, and pickup trucks. It may be included as either a standard or an optional drivetrain based on the Honda that you get. Your vehicle may have full-time AWD or part-time AWD combined with another type of drivetrain such as front-wheel or rear-wheel drive. All-wheel drive provides your Honda with better economy on dry road surfaces and superior traction on wet and slippery surfaces.

New and Used AWD Cars for Sale Near Me

If you're ready to get behind the wheel of a Honda with all-wheel drive, contact us today. You can browse our new and used AWD selection anytime through our inventory online.

All-Wheel Drive Questions

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1104 W. I-20
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