four-wheel drive

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Synonyms for four-wheel drive

a motor vehicle with a four-wheel drive transmission system

a transmission that provides power directly to all four wheels of a motor vehicle

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The all-wheel-drive chassis is a logical choice for the more powerful F-TYPE models which could be a bit hairychested for some.
Yes, you can buy one for just over PS30,000 but it won't come with all-wheel-drive, which some will feel rather defeats the point of this car.
He said Tesla, which is based in Palo Alto, California, needed all-wheel-drive to appeal to luxury buyers, especially in colder climates such as the Northeast, where most luxury cars are sold.
The smaller-powered naturallyaspirated petrol unit is reserved for two-wheel-drive versions of the Juke, while the larger unit, found on both two and all-wheel-drive versions, was fitted with both a turbocharger and intercooler, which made it one of the most potent engines in its class, delivering similar performance to that of a 2.
My first encounter with the 300X was in the range-topping two-litre MultiJet II diesel all-wheel-drive version.
With this range, Mercedes-AMG is premiering high-performance passenger car models with an all-wheel-drive system geared to driving dynamics.
It has intelligent all-wheel-drive to deal with the elements and Kia's sevenyear or 100,000-mile warranty is always an attractive bonus.
WITH winter on its way, Skoda is trying to help owners steer clear of the bad weather with a new all-wheel-drive version of its top estate model.
In addition, the BMW Alpina B7 will be available for the first time with BMW's award winning xDrive all-wheel-drive system.
5-liter V-6 (250 hp/253 ft-lbs of torque) for the all-wheel-drive Honda Pilot.
These are the first all-wheel-drive models to offer the supreme performance, dynamic driving features, athletic design, and premium quality typical of a BMW M Car.
This hybrid (hydraulic used in combination with existing mechanical) all-wheel-drive system provides advantages over mechanic all-wheel-drive axle configurations: significant weight savings of 400 kg (881 lb), no increased cab height requirement resulting in lower center of gravity, a 5 to 10 percent savings in fuel consumption, greater vehicle stability, and engagement-on-demand while moving.
The car's enthusiast following may not like it but beneath the family hatch shape lie the all-wheel-drive mechanicals and high-spec chassis that made the Impreza great.
Standard equipment includes all-wheel-drive with a dual-range, low-ratio transfer gearbox, alloy wheels and climate-control.