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If you want to save money on a new vehicle, explore the model year-end closeout inventory at Ford Lakewood.
We need to make room for the new models that we have incoming, so our entire inventory of Ford cars, trucks, and SUVs are available at special prices. All 2021 models must go, so you can get a brand-new vehicle for a much lower price right here close to home in Denver. This includes pickup trucks like the 2021 Ford F-150, SUVs like the Edge and Escape, and every other model you might think of! Ford Lakewood has quite an impressive line-up of new 2022 cars. In fact, these Ford cars offer what customers want most: fuel economy, technology, safety and outstanding performance. You'll also discover Ford cars have innovative design, including dramatic interiors and stunning exteriors. Above all, Ford cars are driven by innovation.

What's The Difference Between Fwd, RWD, AWD, And 4WD?

Front-Wheel Drive (FWD):
The most common drive system found in vehicles, front-wheel drive vehicles channel their power to the front wheels.  Front-wheel drive is  a compact system that frees up space inside the cabin. It offers good traction when it's slippery because majority of the weight is positioned over the front wheels.

Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD):

As you've probably guessed, rear-wheel drive vehicles channel their power only to the vehicle's rear wheels. Rear-wheel drive used to be the most common drive system until the arrival of front-wheel drive in the early 80s. However, RWD vehicles can handle more horsepower and higher vehicle weights, which is why it is often found in sports cars, performance sedans, big trucks, race cars, and police cars.

Four-Wheel Drive (4WD or 4×4):
Four-wheel vehicles usually feature a two speed transfer case with both high and low ranges. A transfer case connects to the transmission to split power between the front and rear wheels. Most 4WD vehicles tend to operate in RWD mode until four-wheel traction is required. But unlike AWD, most systems are driver activated, meaning the driver must engage the AWD function via a gear shift or through a button or setting. However, many feature a setting that automatically engages the high range. The driver must still engage the low range. It is often found on large SUVs and trucks because it provides optimal traction when off-road.

All-Wheel Drive (AWD):
All-wheel drive is often confused with four-wheel drive but despite the fact both engage all four wheels, their are some key differences between the two.
Generally, an AWD system operates as a RWD or FWD vehicle- most are FWD. Fords all-wheel drive sends power to both the front and rear wheels on every launch to prevent slip and loss of traction. Unlike 4WD, all-wheel drive is beautiful in its simplicity: the system does everything automatically, without driver intervention.

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