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Old 22nd October 2009, 16:43   #61
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Remember the Hyundai At (like the old Maruti AT) does not have a torque converter lock, as the ANHC/Civic AT. With the TC lock at a speed above a certain point the Torque converter is disabled so the car behaves like a manual with auto shifting. No losses then. I was once looking at the US EPA ratings for the Civic and was surprised to find the AT slightly better for the highway figure! Of course the City figure was much lower.
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