Save on safety with these available all-wheel drive models

Used vehicles with AWD in Janesville, WI

Wisconsin drivers are no stranger to rough road conditions. Whether it’s from snow in the winter or rain in the summer, there’s always reason for drivers to tread carefully on the road. That’s why many drivers are turning to vehicles with better safety and control features to help keep them secure on the road. One of many driver’s must-have features in a car is all-wheel drive. Luckily, Janesville drivers don’t have to fork over a ton of cash to get a great vehicle with AWD. Instead, they can just check out the used vehicles with AWD available at Hesser Toyota.

Here at Hesser Toyota, we’re happy to provide our customers with a wide range of vehicle options. We understand that new Toyota models aren’t for all drivers, and that oftentimes a used car is more practical. That’s why we offer a wide range of used models available right here on our site, with all of the great specs and features that our drivers are looking for, including AWD.

Some of the used models available on our lot with AWD include the 2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid, which is capable of an impressive 27 city / 25 hwy MPG rating, the 2010 Chevy Equinox, the 2011 Kia Sportage, the 2011 GMC Terrain and many more. Not only do these models offer the on-road security families and commuters alike are looking for, but they do so at an affordable price. So if you’re looking for a vehicle like one of these, that’s easy to fit into your monthly budget, we recommend checking out our used inventory with AWD!

Car with winter tires installedBenefits of All-Wheel Drive

“All-wheel drive” is one of those phrases that gets tossed around the auto industry often, despite many drivers not knowing what it actually is. Much of the confusion comes from its similarity to four-wheel drive. While 4WD drive sends the maximum amount of power to all four of the vehicle’s wheels, all-wheel drive takes a different approach. With AWD, your vehicle is able to sense which wheels have traction and which are having trouble getting a grip on the road. It then sends power to the wheels with the most traction, keeping the driver in control and the vehicle from sliding and getting stuck.

Another benefit of AWD is its sportier handling, ensuring that you always have the best traction on the road. And because it’s always on – unlike 4WD which needs to be turned on/off manually – you can always count on it to be there when you need it, even if you don’t realize it.

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