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"True 4WD" (4x4) or AWD drive train for 2024 Nissan Frontier

PTCPTC Member Posts: 4
edited September 1 in Nissan
I have a 2023 Nissan Frontier with true 4WD. You place in 4WD, and the vehicle remains with a 50-50 power delivery to front and rear axles. Unlike various types of "AWD," true 4WD does not revert to FWD at 25 or so MPH.
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