Oops, you're right, something critical was left out... "FOR THE PRICE"!!
Now edited in to save confusion.
And I hate to say it, but there isn't much to choose between the LX2e RTR and the Kyosho VE, they are both budget RTRs limited to 4S, using stamped aluminum and plastic parts. The Kyosho's a great car, but I think the OFNA represents fractionally better value, plus OFNA is better supported in the US than Kyosho.
@OP, a brushless truggy will run you a LOT more, but if that doesn't put you off, I agree they are the more versatile machines for any kind of use, best of both worlds, buggy and monster truck and no drawbacks. My opinion that a 6S brushless truggy is the absolute pinnacle of the surface hobby experience is well known around here. Unfortunately, dedicated electric truggies are either full race kits and very expensive (think Serpent electric truggy), or they're nitros which need to be converted, and in that case, you really have to research well which conversion kit you use, some are outstanding and some will make the car handle terribly. Of course, the former are usually a lot more expensive than the latter and include full chassis conversions. What's max budget up and running without batteries/charger?