Subaru AWD with 25% of power sent equally to each tire is the best road traction you can get...I've owned a bunch of 4x4's (still do), none handle heavy snow and ice storm highway conditions like the sube.Subaru has made it‘s Rep on all wheel drive one of the best on the market today.
However with in 1 10th of a second power can shift to the wheel or wheels that are slipping. Demoed a Jeep Wragler in the snow worse car for patchy ice and snow. The wheel base is too short making for a very buncy ride can’t use 4x4 on dry roads but when you hit snow you have to slow down to under 35 MPH to shift into 4 wheel drive by that time you could be once again on dry road then hit black ice. In the inner mountain west you see big 4x4 pickup trucks and tons of Subarus. A friend had a late 1990s Legacy wagon 350,000 miles and still going strong. Yes I like my car a lot.Subaru AWD with 25% of power sent equally to each tire is the best road traction you can get...I've owned a bunch of 4x4's (still do), none handle heavy snow and ice storm highway conditions like the sube.
There AWD system is the primary reason why Toyota has been in a partnership with them for years, bringing out vehicles like the BRZ...their new joint venture uses Subary AWD with Toyotas EV technology..
View attachment 29247Subaru announced the completion of the acquisition of shares in Toyota. See what it means for the next-generation Forester, Outback, and Ascent models.www.torquenews.com