Originally Posted by RoyB
I am curious as to what defines "drivers car".
That's a good question, we're kinda all over the map here in this thread. Anything from Miatas, S2000s, BMWs to FWD compacts that don't even have an independent rear suspension (old Jetta).
I had a Mazda3, and drove the Focus, the two universally declared drivers cars of the segment, and the driving dynamics aren't hugely different vs the Impreza.