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In the youtube video above testing was conducted by slipping three wheels and allowing traction on one rear wheel.
That specific scenario seems to favor the Pilot/MDX AWD system, because it can actively transfer more power to one rear wheel.
What would happen if they only allowed traction to one front wheel?
Does the Pilot/MDX AWD behave identical to their 2WD models?
Do all Pilot/MDX's have an open front differential?
I read that open differentials send power to the wheel that's slipping.
In a test that allowed traction at only one front wheel, would our Pilots be stuck like the other cars in that youtube video?