All I can tell you is that the second row of our AWD is still flat, no humps.
I am also considering the FWD powertrain. Does anyone know - for sure - if, when the powered front wheel slips on ice, does the other powered front wheel then provide power? I won't buy FWD if only the one wheel is EVER powered. My inlaws have a 97 Sillouhette Van. It gets stuck if one wheel is on ice...osli said:I was told by my dealer that the AWD powertrain does not add any humps or cause any changes in the flat floorpanel design of the Enclave (vs. the FWD). Since I have yet to see one in person, I can't personally confirm this. Can an owner(s) confirm this for me?
As a side note, does anyone have any tech details on the AWD implementation and design/layout of the Enclave powertrain?
whew, thanks for that :comfort: info. sure dont wanna be tripping over any humps when i get in my car.zman said:All I can tell you is that the second row of our AWD is still flat, no humps.
Why no AWD labeling on the outside?MuddyZ said:I see them everyday, you can't tell by looking in them or at them from the outside if it is a fwd or an awd.
Another goof by GM. Acadia's and Outlooks have the AWD labeling when equipped.Gator said:Why no AWD labeling on the outside?