You may be familiar with the fact that every new Subaru model except the BRZ comes equipped with standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, but what is all-wheel drive, and what difference does it make? Drivers usually associate all-wheel drive with poor weather conditions and gaining more traction during the times when the roads are less than ideal, and while that is true, that's not the only advantage that driving an all-wheel drive equipped Subaru model provides you with. To help you understand, we're going to explain some of the biggest advantages that Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive can provide for to drivers in the greater Miami area.

Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive works by actively sending and transferring power to the wheels with the most traction to provide you with the utmost handling, control and balance at all times. While driving in poor weather or off road, this could mean that one, two, three or four wheels are engaged, whichever ones have the best traction until all-wheels have optimal traction. While driving around Miami, however, all-wheels will be engaged to eliminate under and oversteer and provide you with a more balanced, relaxed and confident driving experience.

Want to learn more about Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive? We welcome you to come join us at Bird Road Subaru to view our entire selection of new Subaru models and take a model out for a test drive around Miami so you can experience that all-wheel drive makes for yourself!

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