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View Poll Results: Fwd or RWD
FWD 9 30.00%
RWD 21 70.00%
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Old 03-11-2008, 04:36 PM   #21
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RWD... as long as you can control yourself (ie. not purposely sliding and doing doughnuts everywhere) you can get around just as good as at least FWD can.
Not sliding or doing doughnuts? well where'* the fun in that?
didnt say it wasnt fun. i said that its not safe/ethical... besides if i want to do that kind of stuff, i'd rather it be dry out to truly showcase the vehicles' power...
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I prefer RWD. I personally like them better in the winter.






In the winter you prefer Rwd?????????????????????????
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Having owned both, I prefer RWD overall. The CTS is far more stable on slippery roads than the Aurora or Riviera ever were for me. It'* like a tank. RWD cars just require good snow tires and weight in the trunk. No big deal really I don't think.
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