What is the difference between a 4x4 and 4x2 transmission system?
By: Mahesh Sharma on 4 august 2015
A 4X4 transmission system basically means that the car's engine can send power to all its four wheels. While in case of a 4X2 transmission system, only two wheels are driven and the other two are simply trailing. A 4X4 vehicle also has the capability to either drive two or all four wheels and the driver can switch based on road conditions.
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