FWD (Front-Wheel-Drive) and AWD (All-Wheel-Drive) are part of a vehicles drive system. The purpose of a drive system is to transmit power from the engine to the wheels and enable the automobile to run at a speed specified by the driver.

Being well-informed about the points of difference AWD and FWD display is essential to choose a vehicle that best fits your needs.

FWD and AWD Comparison Basic Design

In a FWD model, the drive system transmits engine power to the front wheels. So, when you are driving, the wheels...continue reading



 


The 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander is a compact SUV that provides decent gas mileage, ample seating, and plenty of cargo space. It also boasts decent towing capabilities for a small SUV. Many drivers are impressed by the soft-touch feel of the Outlander.

Here is a brief interior review of the Mitsubishi Outlander. To admire the model yourself, visit Sansone Jrs 66 Mitsubishi in Neptune, NJ, which is, in fact, near Freehold, Asbury Park, and Belmar too.

Seating

Mitsubishi Outlander seats can comfortably...continue reading



The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a pleasant driving experience. It boasts a number of interior design and tech features that will make driving safer and enjoyable for everyone on board. All Mitsubishi cross trim levels showcase the following:

Interior Design Features

When you step inside the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, youre in for a stylish driving experience. It has a modern yet sporty interior with controls that are logically placed for ease-of-access. Consumers can opt...continue reading



When you buy a new car, you want it to stay in top-notch order. While there will be some wear and tear with regular use, there are certain tricks that can help you make your car last longer.

  1. Make Sure The Tire Pressure Is Right
    Avoid too high or too low tire pressure. Quite often, high or low tire pressure can lead to increased fuel consumption and can also cause skidding. Make sure you check the user manual for the optimal tire pressure. You also need to change your tires after a certain period of time so that...continue reading


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The process of buying a new car is enveloped in myths that consume your mind even before the negotiating process begins. Myths are typically the result of an unfavorable experience that someone else incurs and can especially make your purchase experience more unpleasant. Listed below are a few popular car myths.


  1. Mention Your Trade-In At The End
    Mentioning your expected price from the beginning is a great precedent to base the rest of your negotiations. Most people like to spring the surprise of a trade-in...continue reading