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All-Wheel Drive

With a 75-inch maximum height for unparalleled access and a 35-inch minimum height for easier transmission movement from the jack to the worktable, both transmission jacks offer a wide range of motion and utilize ball-bearing thrust washers on the saddle tilt adjusters for ease of turning.

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All Wheel Drive vs. Four Wheel Drive

There are benefits to both all-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive systems. The decision, as to which system is best for you, should be based on your company’s geographical location and your fleet applications.

Kenworth Offers All-Wheel Drive T880

Kenworth’s flagship construction truck, the T880, is now available in an all-wheel drive configuration installed at the factory to speed delivery time and reduce costs.

2017 GMC Acadia SLT-1 AWD

A slimmer, more capable GMC Acadia arrives for 2017 with a significant improvement in fuel economy that may make it a more desirable choice for fleet selector lists.

Mercedes-Benz 2016 GLE300d 4Matic

The Mercedes-Benz GLE arrives for 2016 to replace the M-Class as the automaker's mid-size luxury utility. We tested the diesel-powered model that provides an EPA-rated 590 miles of driving range. Photos by Paul Clinton.

2015 Jeep Renegade Sport 4x4

The 2015 Jeep Renegade Sport 4x4 may have been engineered as an off-road lifestyle vehicle, but it was awfully fun to drive at freeway speeds in the asphalt jungle that is Los Angeles.

2015 Chrysler 200 Sedan

The Chrysler 200 mid-size sedan gets an extensive revamp for the 2015 model year, including a new nine-speed transmission available with the 3.6-liter V-6 that's expected to improve fuel efficiency. The first generation 200 sedan was introduced for the 2010 model year. The 2015 200 sedan was introduced at the 2014 North American International Auto Show. Photos courtesy of Chrysler.

2014 Fleet Industry Report Card: OEM Focus

Fleet managers surveyed for this year's report card, overall, gave the OEMs high marks in a number of areas. Fleet managers also identified areas where improvements can be made in OEM products and services.