If you have been shopping for your new Honda vehicle, you may have come across the term ‘Intelligent Traction Management’ in your research. But knowing the vehicle has this system and knowing what it is and how it works are two different things. So, how does this system work? That’s what you’re about to find out!
Driving modes in Honda vehicles
The Intelligent Traction Management system pairs with the Intelligent Variable Torque Management™ (i-VTM4™) AWD System and is available or standard on the models that have this technology. This traction management system is compiled of different driving modes. Depending on which trim or drivetrain you have on certain Honda vehicles determines how many of these driving modes you’ll have. On some, there are only 2 driving modes: Normal and Snow. On others, you’ll have 4 options: Normal, Snow, Sand, and Mud.
You can utilize this technology in different driving and road conditions. As you might imagine, this system can be rather handy, especially if you take your vehicle off-road.
The ITM system is standard or available on a variety of the Honda models. Most notably, the ITM system is standard on all trims of the upcoming 2019 Honda Passport, which made its world debut at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show late last year. However, this system is also available or standard on the Honda Ridgeline and the Honda Pilot.
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Get Honda vehicles with the Intelligent Traction Management system in Oklahoma City
You can get Honda vehicles with the Intelligent Traction Management system today! Your new Honda vehicle is only a short drive away. Come on over to Battison Honda, located right here in Oklahoma City. Your future vehicle is waiting for you!