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Definition of "front-wheel" []

  • A system whereby the engine (of a vehicle, etc) drives the front wheels only (noun)
  • Of or relating to a system whereby the engine (of a vehicle, etc) drives the front wheels only (modifier)

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Use "front-wheel" in a sentence
  • "The car maker will roll out a front-wheel drive hybrid model in 2013 to follow the current hybrid version of the Fuga, also known as the Infiniti M model outside of Japan."
  • "Body style/layout: The 2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon is a compact/midsize wagon with a front-mounted engine, front-wheel drive, four side doors and a rear liftgate."
  • "Our new (2006) Pontiac has some kind of "low trac" system that apparently locks the front-wheel drive differential for a bit if it senses a loss of traction."
  • "Our new (2006) Pontiac has some kind of "low trac" system that apparently locks the front-wheel drive differential for a bit if it senses a loss of traction."
  • "That got us a S60 T5 with a turbocharged five-cylinder engine and front-wheel drive."