Cadillac has a diverse lineup that includes popular American crossovers like the XT4, XT5, and XT6. While these models come standard with front-wheel drive, they are also available with all-wheel drive. Many shoppers assume AWD is just for snowy weather, but it can be a useful tool for driving on the roads here in Ruston, Louisiana, like when storms make I-20 wet and slippery.
In Louisiana, we get some heavy rains, especially during hurricane season. Wet roads mean slippery pavement. Having a vehicle with all-wheel drive can give you extra traction and stability to help prevent losing control.
If you and your family love taking off-road camping trips at some of the many parks in Louisiana, all-wheel drive is a necessity. You want to have as much traction as you can if you are trying to drive through mud, gravel, or other rough conditions.
The overall performance and handling of your Cadillac can be improved by all-wheel drive. More power is sent to the wheels through torque distribution, which can help with more accurate steering and climbs up steep hills. That’s especially important if you often drive with a full crew of passengers or tow trailers.
When to choose front-wheel drive.
While all-wheel drive has benefits, choosing front-wheel drive can also be beneficial. Front-wheel drive vehicles usually have better fuel efficiency and they are less expensive.
Courtesy Cadillac has many all-wheel drive models in stock, like the XT5 and the Escalade. Browse our current inventory, and find a model that fits your driving needs.