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    Anyone tried taking their AWD Stinger off-road?

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    Anyone tried taking their Stinger on dirt trails?

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    Sure, I have no doubt my GT2 can take on any Jeep or Hummer!!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaleenTom View Post
    Anyone tried taking their Stinger on dirt trails?
    So, there was this one UNINTENTIONAL time..... *looking around the room*

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    Even Evos and Wrxs with rally roots, aren't designed for it. Wouldn't advise it, unless you are looking for a reason to pay for an alignment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sschmuve View Post
    Even Evos and Wrxs with rally roots, aren't designed for it. Wouldn't advise it, unless you are looking for a reason to pay for an alignment.

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    What? I've taken my 03 WRX on dirt, gravel, snow, mud as often as I can - it's got a LSD in center and rear - it does great. The only thing it can't handle is large holes or boulders, logs where you need large ground clearance

    The Stinger is a different animal though - which may be your point. Stinger has less clearance than a WRX, but I'd be OK taking it on loose terrain as long as it isn't too abrasive on the paint, etc. The Stinger's also a heavier beast...800lbs more than my WRX so drifting around corners may be more interesting

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