Asked by Feb 12, 2016 at 02:13 PM about the Isuzu Amigo

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Why are these dealers asking more for
vehicles with manual transmissions than
automatic transmissions?

2 Answers


Prices depend on a lot of things other than transmissions like mileage, options and condition.


Automatics are not standard...and need to be special ordered...probably not the same maker and needs special ordering at the factory...perhaps they are not as reliable? my wife insisted on an Automatic for my MINI's a mini pooper with the troublesome CVT maybe there is something with could check the recalls and technical service bulletins to see that perhaps the automatic just ain't no good~

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