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View Poll Results: Which one would you rather have ?
2005 Honda Accord EX v-6 7 46.67%
2005 Subaru WRX Sedan 8 53.33%
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Old 02-02-2005, 09:29 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by D4NDO
if you say so but it is a far nicer car than any scooby plus it only real reason why it can beat the M3 in 0-60 time is because of its huge turbo and its a great achivement that the M3 can beat it even though most of its power comes from a turbo. what i mean by a crappy is it has uncomfortable bucket seats, its centre of gravity is to high, it rolls to much, the interior of the car is somthing out of a toy shop with all the plastic on the dashboard.

Wow, you're a tard

The reason why the WRX STi smokes the M3 in 0-60 is because it's AWD!!! AWD cars have extremely fast 0-60's because they can launch at nearly any rpm and get traction. A regular WRX (only 227hp) might even leave a Mustang Cobra (390+hp) in the dust in 0-60 because of AWD...not because of it's 'massive' turbo...(which btw is really just a tiny turbo).

The STi is a Rally derived car that Subaru purposely set soft shock rates for, for the public... It's center of gravity is high? Yet...It outhandles most every car on the market, less some top top top sports cars (like the C5/C6 and EVO) and still does it with a soft shock rate and 225mm width tires. All cars have plastic on the inside, some companies just dress it up more than others (BMW/MB/Audi/Acura).

How did we even get to comparing a STi to an M3?
1990 Honda Accord LX Sedan
Mileage Ticker: 232,400 Miles
Stereo Mods: Coming soon...

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