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The 'real' Land Rover Defender comes standard with 'permanent All Wheel Drive'. Permanent All Wheel Drive is standard on Land Rover Defender except for those fitted with new D200, D250 and D300 6-cylinder Diesel engines. Those LEGO sets try to make the set work as realistically as possible. Without engine, of-course, but the rest works as much the same as ...


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Alex has given a great answer to your "what does "all wheel drive" means?" question, I'll attempt to answer the next one: What about other sets like Jeep Wrangler, Monster Jam Grave Digger, Ford Raptor or Off Road Buggy? What can we describe their drive system? The 42118 Monster Jam Grave Digger and 42124 Off Road Buggy don't claim to ...


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The "all wheel drive" phrase is used to represent a fact the model has a real life-like feature, I guess. Yes, it may not have the motor to provide the power to the wheels. But it has the differentials which are present in real vehicle's transmission, that work the same way real system does. Newest 4x4 Mercedes-Benz Zetros Trial Truck (42129) set ...


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