Have you heard of the term “drivetrain?” Maybe not, but you’re likely familiar with it even if you don’t realize it. Drivetrain is the group of components that deliver power to a vehicle’s axles and wheels. There are four types of drivetrain: all-wheel drive (AWD), four-wheel drive (4WD), front-wheel drive (FWD), and rear-wheel drive (RWD).
Were you impressed when heated seats entered the auto market?
Were you in awe of the bluetooth technology’s hands-free capabilities?
Car features, such as these, have helped the auto industry evolve over the years, pushing some features, like power windows and locks, to become standard options on today’s vehicles.
But, which car features do we actually use the most?
Well, we asked our followers what their 3 most commonly used car features were. See what they had to say!
With 35 car brands in the United States and even more vehicles imported from all over the globe, the every day auto buyer has multiple choices when it comes to luxury and mainstream vehicles.
While most of these brands manufacture production cars, the differences between luxury and mainstream might not be clearly defined for someone who is in the market for a new vehicle. If there are luxury counterparts in the mainstream auto-world, what separates premium from standard everyday options, and how does a car buyer tell the difference?
If your vehicle is serviced at Poquet Auto in Golden Valley, chances are Matt Merriam, Shop Foreman and long-time member of the team, ensures it's taken good care of. Learn more about Matt’s role at Poquet Auto, as well as a few interesting facts about his personal life!