What's the problem with FWD?

What is the specific problem with FWD cars? Is it that most cars (especially the Camcords) are FWD? Tradition? Actual driving dynamics (that can be observed on the road AND on the track)?

Having driven both FWD ('14 Accord Touring) and RWD ('99 BMW 750), I did like the BMW much better, but it was also a BMW. It was supposed to be "fun" (diminished by being a leadslead), while a Honda is supposed to be "boring". But neither were that bad.


So why is FWD a Scarlet Letter for cars?

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