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Old 06 Jul 2013, 02:01 pm
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Default honda crv's drivetrain?

hii guys,

i have purchased a second generation honda cr-v 2.4

can any one please tel me is it an all wheel drive or front wheel drive???

is there any difference between awd and 4wd beside toggling..

how to check if car is awd?
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Old 06 Jul 2013, 02:31 pm
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look under the car- no drive shaft to the rear no 4wd!!

4wd is usually used to specify an off road bias in the design. AWD means that it is more suited for normal use with superior traction in slippery conditions.
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