Rally Car Tug Of War Fails To Settle Debate

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Now we’ll just have to keep on wondering which car is better.

The debate about whether the Subaru 2.5 RS or the Mitsubishi Evo is the better car has been going on for some time. You could argue it’s reaching Mustang vs. Camaro levels, although that's obviously impossible to tell for certain. So a couple of friends in the following videos hooked up a tow rope in an effort to settle the debate, at least for those who were present. After two rounds, the debate is still, strangely, unsettled. Imagine that.

In round 1 the 2.5 RS has little trouble proving its might over the EVO.

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