The innovative Land Rover 4×4 system is capable of taking you just about anywhere, but how does it actually work? On spec sheets, Land Rover 4×4 is listed as permanent All-Wheel Drive because it’s smarter and more responsive than other 4WD systems–which are traditionally driver-activated, providing continuous power while engaged.
Although Land Rover 4×4 is both adaptive and full-time, it’s only an improvement on classic four-wheel drive systems; it loses none of the off-road capabilities associated with traditional 4WD, and indeed improves upon them in many ways. Find out exactly what we mean before you hit the trails.
All Land Rover SUVs come standard with exclusive Land Rover 4×4 technology. After all, would it really be a Land Rover if it couldn’t take you off the beaten path? While certain vehicles offer more impressive features to complement the Land Rover 4×4 system, you can trust any of the following SUVs to handle confidently in virtually all conditions:
Although Land Rover 4×4 makes all of these SUVs exceptionally capable, no vehicle puts the brand’s off-road technologies to better use than the new Land Rover Defender.
Given what we’ve said above, you can see that the difference between AWD, 4WD, and 4×4 isn’t always so cut and dry. We’ve disentangled their overlapping meanings for our neighbors:
Land Rover 4×4 is a powerful tool in its own right, but it’s the inclusion of a wide range of additional technologies that makes it so unique:
Don’t forget: you can get more out of all these features when you equip the best off-road tires for your vehicle.
If you’re ready to find out how your favorite Land Rover SUV handles Fort Lee-area trails and highways, start shopping our virtual showroom now. We’re easy to reach in Paramus, and we have a full selection of new and pre-owned vehicles on our lot. We already know you’ll love what they can do.