#1
i'm car shopping and theres this car advertised in my news paper called a Hyundai Tibero. i've never heard of this car before and i cant find it anywhere on the internet. i thought it might be a typo, mistaken for the Hyundai Tiburon. but i'm not sure, does anyone know of a Hyundai Tibero?

thanks and i'm really sorry that this is teh lamez. oh well.
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i have 5
theyre all green
you want one?
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#4
There's no such thing. Also, even if it happens to be a Tiburon, don't bother. They're FWD, and they're not that fast.
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There's no such thing. Also, even if it happens to be a Tiburon, don't bother. They're FWD, and they're not that fast.


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yes! wait, "tiberos" or tiburons?
green is mah favorite color yo

tiberos
and all i need is a credit card number to verify who you are
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There is nothing wrong with a car being FWD.


Well, no. But RWD is both more fun and more sporty. Youdon't have as much control of the car with a FWD car. You can control it easier, but you have less total control. A FWD car will understeer into a corner, but it has more stability coming out of the corner. However, the turn-in you get with a sporty RWD car, combined with good throttle control and a good line, will give you an advantage over a FWD car, assuming they both have the same horsepower, torque, suspension type & setup, brake system & setup, weight distribution, etc. and are essentially the same car excpet for one is FWD and the other is RWD.

Also, RWDs are more fun. You can't drift or power oversteer at all with a FWd, you can only brake slide and oversteer a little. Also, you don't get as well of a launch at the drag strip.
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they're actually only drivable in europe or they spontaneously combust
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Well, no. But RWD is both more fun and more sporty. Youdon't have as much control of the car with a FWD car. You can control it easier, but you have less total control. A FWD car will understeer into a corner, but it has more stability coming out of the corner. However, the turn-in you get with a sporty RWD car, combined with good throttle control and a good line, will give you an advantage over a FWD car, assuming they both have the same horsepower, torque, suspension type & setup, brake system & setup, weight distribution, etc. and are essentially the same car excpet for one is FWD and the other is RWD.

Also, RWDs are more fun. You can't drift or power oversteer at all with a FWd, you can only brake slide and oversteer a little. Also, you don't get as well of a launch at the drag strip.

while you make a few good points. it IS possible to drift FWD (personal experience) its not fun. Also, the fact that he's looking at Hyundais leads me to believe that he's not looking for something to race.

Edit: on a side note, AWD is awesome, but sucks when trying to peel out or drift, too much traction.
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Well, no. But RWD is both more fun and more sporty. Youdon't have as much control of the car with a FWD car. You can control it easier, but you have less total control. A FWD car will understeer into a corner, but it has more stability coming out of the corner. However, the turn-in you get with a sporty RWD car, combined with good throttle control and a good line, will give you an advantage over a FWD car, assuming they both have the same horsepower, torque, suspension type & setup, brake system & setup, weight distribution, etc. and are essentially the same car excpet for one is FWD and the other is RWD.

Also, RWDs are more fun. You can't drift or power oversteer at all with a FWd, you can only brake slide and oversteer a little. Also, you don't get as well of a launch at the drag strip.

Naw, you can too drift in a front wheel drive. I prefer FWD over RWD any day. I just don't like the feel of them for some reason.
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providing you don't get a lemon, hyundai's can be decent cars, my wife has one and it has over 240000kms on it and still going good, once it's not fit for the road anymore we are stripping it down and modding it for dirt racing.
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"Redonkulous"?

Edit: Is that like a stupider-sounding, Dr. Seuss version of "ridiculous"?
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