What New Toyota Models Have All-Wheel Drive?

As you certainly are aware of, we always get an abundance of snow every single year throughout the Riverdale, Ogden, Layton, Salt Lake City and Logan areas of Utah.

So, if you happen to be in the market for your next ride, it goes without saying that it is wise to purchase a reliable vehicle equipped with all-wheel drive (AWD). When you have an AWD-equipped automobile on your side, Mother Nature will not stand between you and wherever your destinations may be!

While many of you indeed may welcome a heavy snowstorm because of the excellent skiing and snowboarding conditions that will result on the slopes, there is no question that this type of weather can cause chaos on the roads.

Don't let your car stop you from an awesome day of finding powder on the mountains, and treat yourself to a new Toyota model in Riverdale that has a durable all-wheel drive system at your disposal for whenever the roads get slick!

So, what new Toyota models have AWD?

When you stop by our showroom to find your favorite new Toyota vehicle with all-wheel drive to handle our Utah snow, know that the following models listed below offer AWD.

  • 2018 Toyota RAV4 & RAV4 Hybrid: this adventurous compact SUV (and hybrid SUV) offers an Electronic On-Demand AWD system that sends power to the wheels that need it the most when conditions are slippery, so you always have excellent traction and grip
  • 2018 Toyota Highlander & Highlander Hybrid: with 3 spacious rows and comfortable seating for 8 passengers, these new full-size Toyota SUVs consist of a Dynamic Torque-Control AWD system that distributes engine power from front to rear, and simultaneously manages braking to optimize control
  • 2018 Toyota Sienna: this new vehicle is officially the only minivan in America with an AWD system, so if you have a large family to drive around and you also want all-wheel drive, look no further than the Sienna

And if you are wondering what the differences between all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive (4WD) are, you indeed are not alone. For most drivers, AWD will suffice for conquering snowy road conditions and less-than-ideal weather. Typically, 4WD is found mostly in rugged pickup trucks along with off-roaders, and this system utilizes a transfer case to always power all four wheels at the same rate.

Like we said, AWD is most likely all you will ever need. So visit Tony Divino Toyota today to test-drive a new Toyota with all-wheel drive!


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