Your Guide to Mercedes-Benz 4MATIC®

June 1st, 2018 by

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If you’re looking for a new Mercedes-Benz model near Lincoln that will help improve your ride quality and traction, then the 4MATIC® all-wheel drive (AWD) system is the right way to go. Whether it’s getting through a winter storm, taking a corner with confidence, or responding to changing road conditions, Mercedes-Benz 4MATIC® does it all:

  • Adaptive Control – This system sends power between the front and rear wheels via the center differential, and it’s able to analyze road conditions and driving behavior in order to recalibrate for maximum grip at all times.
  • 4ETS®® – The 4-wheel Electronic Traction System, or 4ETS®®, is able to tell when one or more wheels are slipping and deliver more torque to the wheels that aren’t.

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Mercedes-Benz 4MATIC® is offered on a variety of new Mercedes-Benz vehicles for sale near Loomis at Mercedes-Benz of Rocklin, and you can compare them all to find the vehicle that best suits your desires. For more information about Mercedes-Benz engineering and the history of this iconic nameplate, follow our blog!

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