This should have been something that you decided on when you first bought the car. Have you checked the owner's manual? You also should be able to feel lit when you are driving as well.
Thorin,I've brought this question up before in another jx forum. Essentially I was concerned that if the tow truck came in, I wasn't sure if the car would be towed correctly and I felt that Infiniti should've at least put a badge there before the drive train is ruined. I ended up making a window sticker to give a little warning.
flatbed truck or one set of wheels off ground and second set on dolleys with regular tow truckThorin,
In reference to your towing comment, I'm assuming a FWD gets towed from the front (drive wheels off the ground), however does an AWD get pulled onto a flatbed so the wheels aren't dragged?
As an owner of a non-AWD JX-35, and now an owner (by virtue of a trade in) of an AWD QX-60 I can assure you that the difference between a front wheel drive and an AWD is dramatic. Turning (making turns) on front wheel drive cars is not nuanced, and at high speeds lane changes must be subtle, over turning could cause loss of control. Not so with AWD. Handling is much smoother and not radical when over turning. It's a smoother ride because the car handles much nicer. I waited 6 months to get my used QX60 with AWD as there were lots of features I required to match my JX-35. The reason I ended up on this site is I want to put an AWD emblem on my 2019 because it's a feature worth bragging about.Probably a dumb question, but how do I tell if my QX60 is AWD? I probably should have RTFM..