Most drivers who have used all-wheel or four-wheel drive would recommend it to their peers. All-wheel drivetrains provide more traction and stability than their two-wheel counterparts. All of this begs the question—what Nissan vehicles come with this capability? Also, what is the difference between all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive? Get the answers to both of those questions below.
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2018 and 2019 Nissan models with all-wheel drive
In this instance, all-wheel and four-wheel drive are reserved for SUVs, crossovers, and high-performance sports cars. These vehicles sometimes require extra traction out on different terrains. The following 2018 and 2019 Nissan models come available with all-wheel or four-wheel drive.
- Nissan GT-R
- Nissan Rogue (Rogue Hybrid and Rogue Sport)
- Nissan Murano
- Nissan Pathfinder
- Nissan Armada
- Nissan TITAN
- Nissan Frontier
Additionally, the Nissan 370Z is available with rear-wheel drive, which also aids traction and control.
What is the difference between all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive?
In their most primal senses, there isn’t really much of a difference between these two types of drivetrains. They both use four wheels to go, but the slight difference is in how and when the wheels are used. All-wheel drivetrains drive all of the wheels all of the time. Four-wheel drivetrains merely activate the second set of wheels in situations that call for it. But again, both drivetrains will give you enhanced stability on (or off) the roads.
Come test drive one of our SUVs or crossovers and experience some all-wheel drive for yourself. Take a stroll around our lot and showroom and pick out the perfect vehicle for yourself. Our sales team will gently guide you through the entire process to make it as easy as possible.