Originally Posted by toddwcarpenter
My point was made to get you to admit exactly this. Because it means there are various degrees of oversteer as well. For a sports car NOT to display some oversteer equates to a boring drive. I certainly hope (and think) the Solstice will oversteer. I certainly hope (and think) the Solstice will not always be in understeer as the Edmunds article suggests. That would make for a boring car that is hard to drive fast at it's limit.
At far less than the limit, your 90%'ers won't know the difference either way.
I think all our misunderstands come from I am talking about your everyday driver in everyday conditions
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Last edited by Classic66vair; 09-30-2005 at 06:28 PM.