The Stanley Subaru Scoop


Hi, I'm David Grant from Stanley Subaru, and I'm here to tell you my top tips in comparing two-wheel drive, four-wheel drive, and all-wheel drive.

In two-wheel drive, the power is being sent to the wheel that spins the easiest, which unfortunately means the wheel with less traction.

In four-wheel drive, it is true that the power is being sent to the front and the rear, however, it is once again only being sent to the wheels that spin the easiest, which also means the wheels with less traction.

With Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, the power is being sent to all four wheels, and most importantly, the wheels with the most amount of traction.

Stanley Subaru. For 20 years. The Smart Choice on the Bar Harbor Road, Ellsworth.

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