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Best handlers #271034 Sep 9, 2:48pm Sep 9, 2:48pm
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Best handlers
Ok so a few of my friends and I have been talking about which of our cars handles the best. I know the celica handles really well but i dont know about the others and I dont know where I could find that information. So if any of you could list the cars in order of best handler that would be great Here is the list of cars(ALL CARS ARE BONE STOCK):

1. 2000 Toyota Celica GT
2. 2002 Hyundai Tiburon V6
3. 2001 Subura WRX
4. 2004 VW Golf 1.8T
5. 2004 Ford Focus ZX3
6. 2004 BMW 325Ci
7. 1997 Nissan 240SX(S14)
8. 1998 Integra GS-R
9. 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

Thanks everyone!

Re: Best handlers [Re: cycocelica] #271035 Sep 9, 2:50pm Sep 9, 2:50pm
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Well, no list that anyone posts is gonna be the same, so you would have to take into consideration ride height, wheelbase, and lateral g's among other things.


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Re: Best handlers [Re: slidr] #271036 Sep 9, 3:01pm Sep 9, 3:01pm
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Much as I think they look like crap, the subaru impreza WRX has got to be one of the easiest cars to drive fast. You can chuck em into a corner like a complete idiot and they react pretty neutral and predictable.. same can be said for the Mitsubishi Lancer EVO's

Re: Best handlers [Re: Akita] #271037 Sep 9, 3:04pm Sep 9, 3:04pm
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celica, wrx, focus are prob good


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Re: Best handlers [Re: VSGTS14] #271038 Sep 9, 3:36pm Sep 9, 3:36pm
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I was looking more for what they are tested at on the skidpad. Thats what I was curious about

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