It appears that some of the information we get is not truly complete. Of course, the sellers say they sold you a four-wheel drive. However, most of these cars are unstable all-wheel drive, the so-called “part-time” four-wheel drive, which means that while moving around the city, you should have switched on only the rear-wheel drive. The literal translation of the term “part-time” means – “part time”, that is passed to the meaning of that four-wheel drive can be turned on only for some short time. For example on slippery, wet surfaces. Otherwise you will damage the entire transmission.
In fact some of those part-time four-wheel drive is the Dodge Durango in its base form. If you have the Dodge Durango with the Selec Trac then you may calm down, as you have a real “full-time” four-wheel drive and you can get the four-wheel drive on every meter of your ride. Another models from Dodge that are equipped with all-wheel drive Dodge Nitro transmission are prepared for confident and safe driving on slippery surfaces and in poor weather conditions, for example, while driving in heavy rain or snow-covered road. So know the real four-wheel drives of Dodge, for your safety!