Which Mazda vehicles come with All-Wheel Drive Capabilities? 

Here in the Milwaukee area, we’ve grown accustomed to rapid, unforeseen changes in climate on almost a daily basis. It’s not uncommon to see snow, rain and perfect conditions all taking place within the span of a week, which is why so many local drivers opt for a high-performance SUV to fit their needs. If you’re looking to join the movement, head on over to Hall Cars – our inventory is filled with some of the top models on the market, so if you’re wondering “Which Mazda vehicles come with All-Wheel Drive Capabilities?” We’ll show you today, as well as how I-ACTIV technology works! 

I-ACTIV AWD Features and Operation 

Ever since its initial widespread market release in 2013, I-ACTIV AWD has been one of the top innovations on current Mazda vehicles. Its reactionary mechanical operation means that it can read and respond to changing road and weather conditions, as well as your engine and transmission usage. This way, you’ll get near-equal power distribution between your front and rear wheels.  

Usually paired with I-ACTIV AWD is a SKYACTIV-Drive six-speed automatic transmission, which features a high-strength propeller shaft and damper system. With this, your drive is smooth, responsive and predictive, giving you unparalleled control over any kind of driving condition.  

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Mazda SUVs that have All-Wheel Drive as an available feature 

Currently, all three Mazda SUVs in production – the CX-3, CX-5, and CX-9 – are outfitted with I-ACTIV AWD technology, either as a standard or available technology! Best yet, they’re all available at Hall Cars for prices that can fit into your budget.

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Test drive a new Mazda SUV at Hall Cars in Brookfield WI 

If you’d like to see what else the Mazda CX-3, CX-5 or CX-9 models have in store, feel free to contact our Hall Cars sales team today – we’re always happy to help you get behind the wheel and answer any further questions you might have!