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Old 17-10-2010, 23:52   #1 (permalink)
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rated18 (Language Warning) Its not the car its your driving technique

Really good rally vid lol + funny

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this is very funny, a scoopy holding up a nova, also did the nova driver ever think to use his horn?
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The course plays to the Nova's advantage of being small and agile against the much heavier Impreza.

Wouldn't matter what gearbox you used in the Impreza either as that sort of extremely narrow and twisty course is much better suited to a N/A car.
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HAHAAHA damn sunday drivers!!

was that you in the subaru?
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Nope, I wouldn't own a newage Impreza
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Whats wrong with the newer scoobys, like the one shown in the vid?
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Whats wrong with the newer scoobys, like the one shown in the vid?
Too heavy and lumbering for my liking. They don't handle as well as the old ones because they're bigger and heavier, the power delivery is much different too - Too gentle. The later cars were given softer ride, loads of sound deadening and wider bucket seats to appeal to a larger market instead of the "This is our car, take it or leave it" approach they had with the Classic Impreza -It was the gradual start of Subaru selling out to the mass market ideal.
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Too heavy and lumbering for my liking. They don't handle as well as the old ones because they're bigger and heavier, the power delivery is much different too - Too gentle. The later cars were given softer ride, loads of sound deadening and wider bucket seats to appeal to a larger market instead of the "This is our car, take it or leave it" approach they had with the Classic Impreza -It was the gradual start of Subaru selling out to the mass market ideal.
Ahh right i got you know, not much of an enthusiasts car now.
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haha the co driver sounds mental, dont blame him though.
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