To be more clear, many many modern AWD vehicles do not send power to both axles all the time, including most current mainstream Audi vehicles. That is to say, most vehicles marketed as AWD these days are indeed part-time AWD systems that use clutches to engage the non-dominant drive wheels only when slippage is detected.Just to be clear, the Bronco system isn’t an “AWD” like you’d find on say, subarus or audis. The 4A option is basically a clutch that can rapidly engage and disengage 4H while normally in 2H.
It’s much more helpful for snow and slippery weather than trying to manually engage 4H, but it’s not what most people would call “AWD”
No, it’s not. The back seat in the two door is between the wheel wells so only room for 2 people. The 4-door has room for 3 people.The back seat space is the same on both according to online info,the rear storage/trunk area is simply bigger on 4 door,slightly more space then jeeps of same door load outs.