Cadillac all-wheel drive

You may already know that all-wheel drive is an excellent choice for battling winter weather in your car. All-wheel drive has superior traction and handling capabilities for your vehicle. With all-wheel drive your car will keep a steadier grip on the road, which makes it safer to drive and gives you more confidence as a driver. Aside from combating winter weather, however, all-wheel drive offers benefits for you and your car throughout the year. Contact our dealership for more details if you're interested in learning more or finding a Cadillac with all-wheel drive.

Cadillac Models With All-Wheel Drive or 4WD

  • Cadillac Escalade
  • Cadillac CT6-V
  • Cadillac XT4
  • Cadillac XT5
  • Cadillac XT6

Why is All-Wheel Drive Important?

If you need to go places rain or shine, and even sleet or snow, all-wheel drive will help take you from Point A to Point B. In many cars, all-wheel drive uses sensor-based technology to track road conditions and each wheel's grip and overall performance. The sensors can even detect problems such as slippery roads and the potential for slipping wheels in advance, and in turn, it can auto-correct power and torque to prevent issues before they happen. That makes your car safer to drive overall, and it makes it more responsive no matter where you are driving. All-wheel drive is also a commonly used drivetrain on vehicles that are made for performance and speed. All-wheel drive provides cars with more grip and stability as they navigate tight turns or go around corners at higher speeds. Another advantage of having all-wheel drive specifically if you drive a truck or SUV, is that it can enhance your Cadillac's towing power.

How Does All-Wheel Drive Work on a Cadillac?

All-wheel drive works in several ways on a Cadillac. Although it is referred to as one type of drivetrain, all-wheel drive may have different characteristics depending on the model you choose to buy. All-wheel drive is available as a part-time or full-time transmission system on a Cadillac. Your vehicle may even be able to switch into all-wheel drive automatically if it's otherwise combined with another type of drivetrain. All-wheel drive on your Cadillac uses sensors to track how much traction the wheels have, which determines how much control you have over your car. If the sensors detect that the Cadillac's wheels are slipping, they will respond by reducing power and torque and sending more power to the wheels with greater control on the road.

New & Used AWD Cars for Sale Near Me

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