Knock it all you want, but I keep up with my friends who drive RWD and AWD cause it's so easy to push my FWD right to the limit. If I over step the mark I just lift off the gas, saw the wheel a bit and it's back under control.BerserkerCatSplat said:It seems we have a couple of Saab owners on the boards, judging by the poll.
Note: RWD FTW, unless it's a Cord. In which case FWD immediately becomes awesome.
Dins said:"FWD is the work of Satan" - James May
patrick10 said:4wd is actually slower around the corners and the straight because the front end lets loose a lot faster than rwd and the drivetrain takes more power to turn, but for a road car, its definitely my pick. it works in snow, rain, dry, whatever the weather is like, it is always fun. but again it does matter if you are talking about an everyday beater or a sunday cruiser.