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|15th November 2010, 11:22||#1|
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9 speed not enough? How about a 10 speed hyundai AT?
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|15th November 2010, 19:49||#2|
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Whats the point? Does it really make a difference? 9 speed or 10.
Even if they provide a tiptronic system (DCT), drivers will be confused. Better left in AT. If you can have 10 speed AT why not design a good CVT?
Even miles per gallon does not break any new grounds.
And with boat like handling it is difficult to be a driver's car.
And no way is this car coming to India. neither it is justified.
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I believe there should be a limit on the number of gears. Think 18-wheelers, they have lots of gears, not sure of the exact number, but IIRC more than 20.
If anyone has driven behind them at a red light, you know the trucks have zero torque at low speeds when the light turns green. It takes so long to get them moving.
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