4x4 Wheel Drive and All Wheel Drive SUV Cars List from 10 Lakh to 35 Lakh Price in India. Engine Specs, Transmission Choice as Manual or Automatic, Price List for Off Road Experience
You might have been hearing a term from your friend, family or Auto Expert that SUV is a SUV if its 4x4 or All Wheel Drive in India. The Macho Drive Output, Handling and Off Terrain Conditions Drive improves Multifold, if the Car you buying is what a 4x4 Wheel Drive Car.
What is 4x4 Wheel Drive and how is it different from 4x2
The Basic Principle of 4x4 and 4x2 Wheel Drive is the transmission of Power Output to the Wheels of the Vehicle
Here First 4 - represents number of Wheels, and Second 4 or 2 - represents number of wheels where Power is Flown to. In Layman Terms -
Importance of Differential Lock in 4 Wheel Drive SUV: Essentially to be used only for Off Roads - Here differential lock plays much more advantage as it provides 50% Power to each wheel to take car away from slush / muddy road.
Like say if you driving a car without differential lock and taking on left corner, then differential will give more Power to Left wheel as it consider that its having less resistance and right wheel will need a longer travel. Now in event of car been stuck due to mud while taking left turn - due to differential the left wheel will continue spinning and right wheel will have no Power
But what differential lock do is that as name suggest that it locks the differential so that equal power is send to both wheels. Now with the help of Differential lock when you engage in 4L (Low Mode) can take the car easily from such mud or slush roads.
There are different Mode in 4x4 Cars effectively used
Also for Controlling Car effectively on Hill Drive comes with
All Wheel Drive: There is another concept of All Wheel Drive (AWD) in which one can gain the best of 2 Wheel Drive and 4 Wheel Drive. Here effectively a car drives most of the times in regular 4x2 Wheel drive, and once due to road conditions, off road, muddy slush road - the car sensor depicts that one of the wheels is having lesser traction due to Wet Road / Muddy road - the car sensor depicts and send more power to wheels on other side.
Like if front wheel have less traction then rear wheels gets more power so that the car can come out of the bad road. Its like the other wheel gets a more traction to help in taking off the car from such road.
By Default All Wheel Drive cars runs on 2 Wheel Drive, one can choose in Auto Mode where the car sensor if depicts that one of the wheels is having lesser traction due to mud / bad road - the car sensor depicts and send more power to wheels on other side.
Also is 4 Wheel Drive Lock system available in All Wheel Drive SUV which is recommended to use only in case of slow controlled speed for off roading or taking car out from slush, mud as Power is delivered to Front and Rear Wheel at same time
Most of the All Wheel Drive Cars / 4x4 Cars in India are Part Time, means vehicle will drive on 2 Wheel Drive and one can also choose in Auto Mode where when the Front Wheel lose traction, the power delivery automatically shifts to rear wheel or one may choose in 4 Wheel Drive system for experiencing off road drive
Effectively, the difference
» All Wheel Drive send Power to both wheels on
» While in 4x4 the Power Flow is done through Differential on even
for higher torque. For Off roading is what 4x4 System an advantage, as Power Flow is better to either Side of Wheel
Other than Off Road - Advantage of All Wheel Drive over Rear Wheel Drive
Add on USP is that there is no Torque steer and the Car looks even better planted on high speed drive in terms of drive-ability aspect vis a vis Front or Rear Wheel Driver Cars
Care for off road check out
Below is Range of 4x4 Wheel Drive and All Wheel Drive SUV Cars in India starting from Rs 10 Lakh to Budget of 50 Lakh in India for very best of driving Experience.
|4x4 Wheel Drive / All Wheel Drive SUV Cars in India||Transmission||Engine Output||Price Range (On road)|
|Maruti Jumny||Manual Automattic||1.5 Lit, 102 BHP, 138 NM||10 Lakh onwards|
|Mahindra Thar 4x4 Petrol||Manual, Automatic||2 Lit 150 BHP 300 NM||16 Lakh onwards|
|Mahindra Thar 4x4 Diesel||Manual, Automatic||2.2 Lit 130 BHP 300 NM||17 Lakh onwards|
|Force Gurkha 4x4||Manual||2.2 Lit 140 BHP 321 NM||17.5 Lakh onwards|
|Maruti Grand Vitara All Grip||Manual||1.5 Litre Petrol, 102 BHP||19.5 Lakh|
|Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder All Grip||Manual||1.5 Litre Petrol, 102 BHP||19.5 Lakh|
|Renault Duster All Wheel Drive (Independent Suspension on Rear)||Manual||1.5 Lit 110 BHP, 248 NM||Discontinued, now only in Used Car Market|
|Mahindra Scorpio S11 4x4||Manual||2.2 Lit 140 BHP 330 NM||Discontinued, now only in Used Car Market|
|Isuzu V Cross 4x4||Manual||2.5 Lit 134 BHP 320 NM||27 Lakh onwards|
|Tata 'Hexa 4x4||Manual||2.2 Lit 152 BHP, 400 NM||Discontinued, only in Used Car Market|
|Mahindra XUV700 Ax7 AWD||Manual & Automatic||2.2 Lit 182 BHP, 420 NM||27 Lakh|
|Mahindra Scorpio N Z8||Automatic||2.2 Lit, 172 BHP, 400 NM||25 Lakh onwards|
|Jeep Compass 4x4||Automatic||2 Lit 171 BHP 350 NM||34 Lakh Onwards|
|Isuzu MUX 4x4||Automatic||3 Lit, 175 BHP, 380 NM||33 Lakh onwards|
|Mahindra Alturas G4 4x4||Automatic||2.2 Lit 180 BHP, 420 NM||Discontinued, now in Used Car Market|
|Volkswagen Tiguan All Wheel Drive - Petrol||Automatic||2 Lit 187 BHP, 320 NM||38 Lakh|
|Hyundai Tucson Diesel||Automatic||2 Lit 183 BHP, 416 NM||40 Lakh|
|Skoda Kodiaq - Petrol||Automatic||2 Lit 187 BHP, 320 NM||43 Lakh onwards|
|Audi Q2 4x4 Quattro||Automatic||2 Lit 187 BHP, 320 NM||43 Lakh onwards|
|Jeep Meridian||Automatic||2 Lit 171 BHP 350 NM||44 Lakh|
|Toyota Fortuner 4x4||Manual & Automatic||2.8 Lit 174 BHP, 420 NM||45 Lakh onwards|
|Ford Endeavour 4x4||Automatic||2 Lit, 168 BHP, 420 NM||Discontinued, now in Used Car Market|
|MG Gloster 4x4||Automatic||2 Lit 215 BHP, 480 NM||47 Lakh onwards|
|Honda Crv All Wheel Drive||Automatic||1.6 Lit 120 BHP, 300 NM||Crv Diesel is Discontinued now|
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