We know that informed car buyers are more likely to choose the right car for their preferences and needs. Being better informed about the difference between front-wheel and rear-wheel drive can help you make a better decision about your next car.

First, let's define these two transmission setups. Front-wheel drive applies power from the engine to the car's front wheels. This setup creates a pulling force. Rear-wheel drive applies the engine's power to the auto's back wheels, thereby creating a pushing force. Cost-conscious drivers often choose front-wheel drive because it is comparatively fuel efficient. Performance-minded drivers prefer rear-wheel drive because it handles better on dry pavement. Also, front-wheel drive models typically carry lower initial price tags, and rear-wheel setups usually need fewer repairs.

Come to Hyundai of Brenham to compare all of the cars, trucks, and SUVs we offer. At our local showroom location, you will enjoy our convenience and selection.



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