How Does Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive Work and Differ From Other All-Wheel Drive Systems?

Here in New Hampshire and in Massachusetts, many things may change but there's one thing that will always remain constant, it's going to snow in the winter. With winter upon us now, it's more important than ever to have a vehicle that can take on everything that mother nature has in store for us. That's why every Subaru model (except for the BRZ) comes equipped with Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, and why you tend to see so many Subaru models on the roads around Nashua and Milford.

With Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, power is sent to all wheels simultaneously for maximum traction and acceleration in everyday driving conditions, and in icy or slippery driving conditions, power is actively distributed to the wheels with the best traction. While other all-wheel drive systems wait to send power to a wheel until it experiences slipping, Symmetrical all-wheel drive actively sends power to the wheels to eliminate slipping altogether.

With all of the snowy winters, slushy and muddy springs and rainy winters we experience here in New Hampshire, it's important to have a vehicle that feels right at home in any weather condition and terrain alike. If you're currently interested in getting into a vehicle that can provide you with peace of mind every time you get behind the wheel, regardless of how much snow has fallen, we'd like to invite you to join us here at Milford Subaru to check out our entire selection of new Subaru models today, including a wide assortment of new Outback, Forester, Crosstrek, Impreza, Legacy, and WRX models! Our dealership is located right in Milford, NH and we proudly serve the nearby areas of Nashua, Manchester, NH; Merrimack, and Lunenburg, MA!

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