Chevrolet all-wheel drive

If performance is a factor when you buy your next Chevrolet, or if you decide that you want a safe car or a car that's adept at off-road handling, check out our dealership for a new or used Chevrolet with all-wheel drive. All-wheel drive is a versatile drivetrain that provides cars with a range of benefits. With all-wheel drive, you can enjoy a vehicle that is well-suited for off-road handling and performance. A Chevy with all-wheel drive is also safe to drive, as the all-wheel drive system provides more traction and control in poor weather conditions. Chevy equips many of its vehicles with all-wheel drive as a full-time or part-time drivetrain, so be sure to check our inventory for your preferred Chevy model with AWD.

Chevrolet Models With All-Wheel Drive or 4WD

  • Chevrolet Blazer
  • Chevrolet Colorado
  • Chevrolet Equinox
  • Chevrolet Silverado
  • Chevrolet Suburban
  • Chevrolet Tahoe
  • Chevrolet Trailblazer
  • Chevrolet Traverse
  • Chevrolet Trax

Why is All-Wheel Drive Important?

All-wheel drive has numerous benefits for your car. It can help your vehicle maintain a steady and solid grip on the road, even when driving on slick surfaces with snow or ice. All-wheel drive on your Chevrolet constantly monitors all four wheels to determine if power output needs to be adjusted. The AWD system typically distributes power evenly on all four Chevy wheels, but it will send more torque to the back two wheels if they start to lose traction. Your Chevy's AWD system will provide the front wheels with more torque to optimize fuel economy if the weather is good. All-wheel drive will also help a Chevy drive on dirt trails more easily, and it will provide your crossover or SUV with additional towing strength.

How Does All-Wheel Drive Work on a Chevrolet?

Chevrolet's all-wheel drive system kicks into gear when you need it most. The drivetrain provides your car with a smooth and efficient performance by giving all four wheels equal power. All-wheel drive on your Chevrolet is available as a part-time drivetrain or a full-time system. When used part-time, all-wheel drive is used along with another drivetrain such as rear-wheel drive or front-wheel drive, and even four-wheel drive if you're driving a Chevy truck or SUV. If the Chevy's AWD system senses that a tire is losing grip, it will transfer power to the wheels with more stability on the road.

New and Used AWD Cars for Sale Near Me

If you think it's time to buy a new Chevy with all-wheel drive, we welcome you to check out the inventory of new and used vehicles at our dealership, which includes a variety of quality cars with all-wheel drive.

All-Wheel Drive Questions


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