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  • Q. What are the major difference between four wheel and two wheel drive and what is the effect - Pajero Sport?

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    Sumeer
    Sumeer | 8 months ago

    In a two wheel drive power is transferred from the engine to two wheels only whereas the other two are free. In a 4X4 vehicle the power is transferred to all the four vehicle giving it much better traction and even if two of its wheels are slipping the other two wheels will pull the vehicle out of any tricky situation like snow, mud or sand. I have 2 wheel drive vehicles failing on steep inclines whereas a 4 wheel drive vehicle like my Pajerosport tackled it very easily.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    4WD improves traction in extreme driving conditions, such as snow, mud, rocks, and other scenarios that can make control on the car difficult. By engaging both sets of wheels, traction and control improves. It gives additional weight contributes to better grip on the road. So, 4WD is great for those who often tackles off-road. On the other hand, the added power and weight of 4WD and AWD systems require more fuel, making them less fuel efficient than their 2WD counterparts. So, if you want this car only for highway and city purpose then 4X2 drive type is sufficient.

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    AMRISH
    AMRISH | 10 months ago

    Most of the times 2 wheel drive is sufficient, 4 wheel drive is required in difficult driving conditions like, Snow, Mud, Sand etc. In 4 wheel drive engine power is transferred to all the 4 wheels.

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