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This is a discussion on Forester XT vs. Acura RSX Type S within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by dangrass Of course if there were any turns involved the outcome would be a little different.... Why? ...

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    Originally posted by dangrass
    Of course if there were any turns involved the outcome would be a little different....
    Why? Stock RSX-S doesn't handle all that well, especially with the stock rubber. I'm sure the Forrester XT would outhandle the RSX-S...and if it was on a road course, its got enough down low power to take it anyway.

    I think you're being sarcastic though.
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    My WRX DEFINETLY handled better than the Forester. While I haven't really tested it yet, the Forester just doesn't take turns as tightly as my old WRX Wagon. I test drove an RSX a few years back and I though that it handled great.
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