Originally Posted by SZRimaging
Because they are predictable, loads of traction, and easy to control. The loads of traction allows you higher speeds than a normal FWD or RWD vehicle in things such as snow.
As for regaining control in AWD vs FWD, never had an issue with a properly equipped (Hakkepalettas) with my old Golf. Get her sideways, point the nose, power out.
ok so if its only about traction, is it more fun then dry pavement driving? I cant wait to find out on my own btw. super jealous of you guys.