What is the difference?
In a previous publication we discussed the difference between the total traction and the traction on all four wheels. Today we will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the front and rear traction. There is enough information on the web to describe both. So, here goes the nut version:
Front wheel drive: a transmission system that provides power to the front wheels of a motor vehicle (def).
Pros: Good traction in slippery conditions, more fuel efficient and affordable compared to its counterpart.
Cons: Not the best for performance driving, wider U-turns, torsion direction.
Traction in the rear wheel: a transmission system that provides power to the rear wheels of a motor vehicle (def).
Pros: Better handling of the car for constant driving. The weight is distributed more evenly on the rear and front wheels, and is easy to handle in terms of maintenance.
Cons: Not good in severe weather (rain or snow) that will cause the car to slip or lose traction.