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Subaru All-Wheel Drive

fruit of an obsession since 1972

If Subaru’s full-time all-wheel drive enjoys such an enviable reputation these days, it’s because the pioneering engineers who designed it did not skimp on the little things.

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A simpler design means better design

The engine of a Subaru vehicle is positioned in line with the drivetrain in order to achieve direct, efficient power transmission to the four wheels, without need of additional components. This translates into longer engine life, improved fuel efficiency and lower maintenance costs.

The engine of a Subaru vehicle is positioned in line with the drivetrain in order to achieve direct, efficient power transmission to the four wheels, without need of additional components. This translates into longer engine life, improved fuel efficiency and lower maintenance costs.

A drive that's right for you

A single system rarely meets all needs. This is why Subaru offers a range of symmetrical full-time all-wheel drive systems. Each system is designed and calibrated for the specific needs of the vehicle and the driver.

A single system rarely meets all needs. This is why Subaru offers a range of symmetrical full-time all-wheel drive systems.

Working full-time

Because Subaru's symmetrical all-wheel drive is always engaged, it is better able to handle unexpected circumstances. Even if one wheel hits a slick or loose surface, all four wheels remain powered to maximize traction.

Because Subaru's symmetrical all-wheel drive is always engaged, it is better able to handle unexpected circumstances.

Tackling all conditions

Subaru's symmetrical full-time all-wheel drive can take on rain, hail, snow and sleet, not to mention the gravel roads and rugged trails that vehicles with part-time all-wheel drive have trouble with.

Subaru's symmetrical full-time all-wheel drive can take on rain, hail, snow and sleet, not to mention the gravel roads and rugged trails that vehicles with part-time all-wheel drive have trouble with.

An even sharing of power

Power transmission to all four wheels results in more predictable handling, better agility and greater control.

Power transmission to all four wheels results in more predictable handling, better agility and greater control.

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