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Old 03-04-2011, 02:59 PM   #1
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Default Will Terrain Thea AWD work the same as Subaru AWD?

Here is a video about different makers and there AWD system for those of you who are thinking of purchasing an AWD system. For your Terrain.

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Old 03-09-2011, 01:42 PM   #2
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My guess is that Subaru, has the best AWD system, as it is an Symmetrical, system.

As opposed to all the other car company's who do not have all time true awd and cannot provide enough power to an individual wheel to regain traction.

Great video though shows what Subaru awd is made out of!
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So it seems all other AWD systems are bogus.

I wonder if there's a video of how GMC's AWD system performs. I would assume it would do better than these companies due to the fact they do do make awd trucks.
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Individual wheel full time four wheel drive system and can not be restored to provide traction power enough usually is a test of skill of operation personnel.
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Mine is the AWD, and I have already at 5000 miles, changed the Transfer-Case and Differential gear oils out..I know by the way it drives that a lot of power/torque is applied to the front more, I estimate 60% or more and when the front slips the rears kick in until there is a 50/50 power shift...They use to use viscous coupling in the Transfer-Cases..I don't know what they use now.
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