Which is less maint, stick or auto?

Asked by Jul 29, 2010 at 10:22 PM about the 1999 Ferrari F355

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Interested in buying a '99 F355 Convertible. Curious to know the reliability, maint cost, etc, of stick vs auto.

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a ferrari in automatic is so sac-religious, plus stick is just that much more fun

I agree 100%...however....75% of the used ones are automatics! So it got me wondering why??? Is the auto much less maint?? I know the tide has turned now and almost 100% are autos, but in 1999? Seems odd.

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Technically there are no F355s with truely automatic transmisions. The only two transmission options that were available in Ferrari F355s were the standard 6spd transmission which exists on the majority of F355 models, and the F1 transmission option which is a semi-auto but still doesn't shift without user intervention and actually responds faster than a person can shift.

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