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    Ralliart

    i was looking at the new lancer ralliart...does anyone know anything about it thus far..it says it has around 160-70 hp and the idea was to bridge the gap between the basic OZ rally and the EVO. it looks interesting, but is it just kind of like the 2.5RS?
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    basically it's an RS2.5
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    the front end of the ralliart lancer looks like a pontiac sunfire...
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    Is it still FWD or AWD?

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    it does look like a sunfire...its horrible looking up front
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    Ooh yeah, this thing is crazy hideous

    Its FWD by the way.

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    Off topic a bit. The new sunfire looks like predator.


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    Ewwww!...to both!!!
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    bahah predator. who loves FWD raise ur hand

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    Of course no one does. On an AWD board .

    But really, does anyone else see the resemblance?

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    ya i see a hint of saturn also
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    I happen to like fwd, not as much as awd, and I'm not too familiar with rwd "cars". But my corolla handles well and performs great in light snow. It is horrible in the rain though

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    I dunno about AWD, but I do know that RWD is WAY more fun in snow and rain, esp. with a good posi unit and a healthy motor. I had a 83 Caprice that loved to get nice and sideways out of the HS parking lot on a wet day. If you pedaled it, you could hold it there too. But all in all, that car was gay. My 73 Cutlass was hillarious in the snow. It was only a one-legger, but on a decent snow cover, i could hold that thing perpendicular to the curbs going back and forth. it was fun watching trees and houses go by
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