Hyundai HTRAC All-Wheel Drive Gives Your Ride a Boost


Here at Colonial Hyundai of Downingtown, people know they can count on the different vehicle options to give them the quality driving experience they deserve. For people who want control and traction at the highest levels, we have options that offer all-wheel drive. It's a standout in our area for all seasons, and our all-wheel drive system is unique to the collection of vehicles that offer it. With HTRAC all-wheel drive on Hyundai vehicles, you'll get the command of the road you desire and our team can help you find the ideal fit, while explaining how it works in detail.

Which Hyundai Vehicles Have All-Wheel Drive?

All our utility vehicles have the choice to pick all-wheel drive across every trim level available for each model. Those include the Hyundai Kona to give you control on the compact crossover option, along with the Hyundai Tucson, which adds some more size and is a popular crossover for those in the greater Philadelphia area. Of course, there's also the Hyundai Santa Fe, which is our most popular option as it combines space, versatility and features to fit any lifestyle. The new Hyundai Palisade offers a full-size premium SUV experience with seating for seven and plenty of power as well.

When you're driving something like a crossover or SUV that requires standout control, all-wheel drive systems like HTRAC only increase the appeal, and add a new dynamic to your drive that will satisfy you every time you're behind the wheel.

What is HTRAC All-Wheel Drive?

HTRAC all-wheel drive uses a central differential or dual-clutch system to send torque where it's needed. Torque is what provides your wheels with power, and even if all four wheels are using the road, there are times where they're not all going to grip the road in the same way. This is how we're allowed to cruise and corner, but it also could cause us to see fishtailing or spinouts as well. HTRAC all-wheel drive works to divert the power to the wheels that need it, so in rain-slicked or snowy roads, you're stable while driving.

Models equipped with HTRAC all-wheel drive also have three different driving modes that you can choose from. It starts with Comfort mode which splits the power more toward the front wheels in stable weather conditions like a clear day. Then there's Smart or Eco which sends the power to the front wheels to improve your fuel efficiency. With Sport, it's 50 percent to the rear wheels for dynamic control and agility. When you're in snowy or bad weather conditions, you can count on HTRAC to assign grip where you need it so you can keep on the road, when practicing safe driving as well.

Learn More About HTRAC All-Wheel Drive with Us

If you're ready to learn more, contact us here at Colonial Hyundai of Downingtown where drivers from Phoenixville, Coatesville, West Chester and Philadelphia can learn about all our all-wheel drive Hyundai vehicles and see the quality features onboard as you'll see why these options, and with all-wheel drive from HTRAC are so popular!

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