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Old 19th August 2006, 18:33   #1
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I dont know whether this question should be posted here or there was a discussion on it before...

I like to know what exactly is the Paddle Shift? Is it helpful in increasing fuel efficiency for Automatic Geared cars? If not, why? Is Honda Civic the only car in India to have paddle shift?
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Have A Look At This Thread.
Paddle Shifts On Indian Cars. (Paddle shifts on Indian cars - will it work?)

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Thanks Mugen. Adarsh , please continue your discussion in the thead Mugen mentioned.

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