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| Originally posted by TECH@Jan 20 2004, 07:25 PM |
Basically, it means that you can't skip gear when you are shifting. Kinda like a motorcycle, you can't go from 1st to 3rd unless you go to second.
I personally don't like SMG.
| Originally posted by Fangs@Jan 20 2004, 11:08 PM |
Is your question more along the lines of:
"How is SMG better/worse than Steptronic?"
They both have the same concept in that you can drive it like an automatic, or take control yourself with a hand-lever (of some type). Is it just that the SMG shifts much faster???
How does the SMG work in Auto mode? The Steptronic is a pretty smoooth tranny...
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