What Is the Difference between 2wd and 4WD?

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The difference between two wheel drive and 4 wheel drive has to do with the way the transmission of a vehicle transfers power to the wheels. 2WD can be one of two things, the transmission drives the rear axle, or the front axle in order to turn the wheels, while the other 2 wheels act as 'slaves'. 4WD means that both axles are being powered, benefits of this include off-road capability.
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The 2WD and 4WD Corolla Wagons share many of the same engine specifications. Both models have a spark ignition four-stroke. The 4WD has two valves per cylinder and the 2WD has three
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The difference is that a 2wd car will only have two of the four wheels supplied with power to drive, either front wheel drive or rear wheel drive. . A car with 4wd will have power
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Front wheel drive = drives only on front wheels, the most common one. Rear wheel drive = drives only on rear wheels, mostly found in sport car. 2wd = drives on only on two wheels
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