Ford all-wheel drive

You can't go wrong buying a Ford to start with, but getting a Ford with all-wheel drive can make your driving experience that much better. A Ford with all-wheel drive has fun and inviting characteristics that you will appreciate year-round. All-wheel drive is a great drivetrain to have for extra traction, control, and safety when road conditions are questionable or change quickly. All-wheel drive also optimizes wheel and engine performance for fuel economy, making off-road exploration easier. If you want a car that goes anywhere you do, a Ford with AWD is it. Be sure to check out our premium Ford AWD new and used inventory today.

Ford Models With All-Wheel Drive or 4WD

  • Ford Bronco
  • Ford EcoSport
  • Ford Edge
  • Ford Escape
  • Ford Escape Hybrid
  • Ford Expedition
  • Ford Explorer
  • Ford Explorer Hybrid
  • Ford F-150
  • Ford F-250
  • Ford F-350
  • Ford F-450
  • Ford Mustang Mach-E
  • Ford Ranger
  • Ford Transit

Why is All-Wheel Drive Important?

All-wheel drive has many distinct advantages for a car owner. Regardless of whether you get a new or used Ford, you can enjoy the same benefits from your vehicle. A Ford with AWD is an optimal choice for winter weather, as it is a drivetrain known for providing exceptional performance and handling in snow, sleet, and other inclement conditions. All-wheel drive is one of the most intuitive and adaptive drivetrains available. If you drive in sunny and dry conditions, AWD provides all four wheels with equal power distribution. It sends an even amount of torque, which maximizes fuel economy while still allowing for responsive acceleration and braking. When you drive your Ford on slippery roads, AWD monitors changing conditions and modifies power distribution accordingly. Your Ford may send more torque to the rear wheels to maintain control of your vehicle and help the wheels stay firmly on the road rather than slipping. AWD also works with the braking system to improve braking power, and it can also improve performance when you are towing.

How Does All-Wheel Drive Work on a Ford?

Ford uses its own special all-wheel drive system called Ford Intelligent AWD. This advanced AWD system includes over 100 sensors that are located on the wheels. The sensors send real-time feedback and data to a computer in the car that is connected to the transmission system. They monitor the accelerator and steering wheel's angle and speed to determine which wheels need more or less torque and power. The AWD system can switch between providing the front wheels and back wheels with additional power as necessary.

New & Used AWD Cars for Sale Near Me

If you are looking to get a car with AWD, make our dealership your first stop. You can easily browse our inventory to find just the right Ford truck, sedan, or SUV with AWD that you need.

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