Originally Posted by FAUEE
Subaru's AWD is more about all weather performance than off road ability. It can send power to the wheel that has traction to deliver the torque, but it lacks a low range to multiply your torque.
I understand that there is no low range in Subaru. I'm just trying to compare strictly Jeep's Auto mode to Subaru AWD - kind of apples to apples. Just think 4x4 Laredo with QT I w/o low range.
Given above, let's asume if it is a crappy weather with let's say 1 inch of slushy snow on the road. You are in your Jeep in Auto (let's assume that you don't have Select Terrain) and you have a friend with Subaru. Can your Subaru friend claim that system on his car will handle those conditions better?
And ... No ... not trying to start Subaru war here, just want to understand.