transmissions

15

Asked by Jul 23, 2009 at 09:37 PM about the Ford Fusion

Question type: General

lets take a poll.

Standard shift or automatic trans

5 Answers

55

Standard. More fun. You van hear the engine which sounds Great when shifting...

7,885

auto. in traffic a manual is a bitch. plus its an even bigger pain if you smoke, have a "soda", or are on your phone. plus how big of a pain is it when you want to hold the womans hand or put your hand on her leg and have to shift?

5

I have a 06 manual, and the gear box sucks!!

15

i prefer automatic, but yet again, i still dont have my license so i cant judge which is better, but yea, manual seems like a pain in the @ss

35

Manual, more fun, better control and better mileage.

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