i am refering to a 4x4 with no lockers at all versus a locked 2wd if you have a 4x4 and neither is locked in a way when you are in 4 wheel drive you only have a two wheel drive, because 1 front and 1 back will put power to the ground.DaleD said:Please do explain the (And more) part?
I agree 100%. If I lived down south and didn't do much 4x4ing, a PreRunner would be ideal; no need to have a 4x4 if you aren't going to use it. But since I like to get down and dirty in mud, and we get some nasty ice/snow storms, I opted for the 4x4.MINI2NUT said:Offering a 2WD "PreRunner" Off-Road model with a locking rear differential was pure marketing genius by Toyota. Easier and lower maintenance costs, 4WD stance, lower point of entry price for youger buyers, locking rear differential that you can lock ONLY when you need it, and lower insurance premiums are the main benefits. Buyers like me who don't live in snow country but enjoy skiing at Mammoth Mountain and the local ski resorts don't need the more expensive 4WD model, but we love having a locking differential when we need it.