It really depends on what type of driver you are... ( ALL ARE IN THE DEALERSHIP )
Newbie: ( Low Power )
PRO: ( High power )
And Heaps More....
For newbies I reccommend Nissan
Just starting to learn how to drift. It has been mentioned a number of times that the Toyota - Sprinter Trueno GT-APEX (S. Shigeno Ver.) '00 is an easy car to learn in...Just replace the tires with Comfort Hard. In stock form, the car is already tuned for drifting.
This car is in the Online Car Dealership this very moment (I think it is in OCD starting on 9-Nov-2012)
one day i found the 83' levin and the next day i found the ae86 in the used car dealership, both of them. anyone have an 88' accord coupe? will trade. PRICE LIMIT: 150,000 credits and from the car dealerships not used.