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Old 03-26-2015, 08:34 AM   #36
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The people who hate automatics are usually the same guys that will make excuses when they lose to one. Autos shift a lot faster than manuals.
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Manuals vs auto is a life choice. For a DD with lots of S&G driving, shifting gets old fast. For a road car doing lots of curves, it is fun. The auto will always beat the manual in MPG and shifting speed. Think about the end of a long day of hard work. You are dead tired. Do you want to shift?
Actually only recently has the mpg been better in autos due to advances in engineering, a manual provides a bit more controll and choice is all, most autos do provide selects shift, wouldve been nice if for the 3,000 increase in price they give you guys paddle shifters but as for speed in shifting that depends mostly on the driver

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Old 03-26-2015, 08:49 AM   #38
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Bought my first mustang, 2013 v6

Having alot of fun since all ive ever owned is little compact hondas and toyotas, this is a whole different world.

Question is how many of you went with manual vs auto? what are the advantages or disadvantages of both.

I chose auto and still having a ton of fun.
Congrats on your '13 V6.

It's a Mustang, so either transmission = the win. My personal (street) choice is auto for forced induction and manual for naturally aspirated.
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Most younger people do not know how to drive a manual.



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Isn't this kind of pathetic and lazy? A skill is being lost. In Europe almost everyone drives a manual, except old people and those with big luxury barges.


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There's nothing wrong with autos.....for women and seniors. Yes, autos are faster. Some of us don't give a crap, we don't race, we just ENJOY driving it. And how do you enjoy somthing that only has a Stop button and Go button? Lil bit boring. Like driving daddy's Buick.
I agree. Stop pedal and go pedal is boring. I think gocart or dodgem.

I'll buy an auto when I'm too old and lazy to give a crap.



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Isn't this kind of pathetic and lazy? A skill is being lost. In Europe almost everyone drives a manual, except old people and those with big luxury barges.




I agree. Stop pedal and go pedal is boring. I think gocart or dodgem.

I'll buy an auto when I'm too old and lazy to give a crap.



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I guess lazy is a relative term. Is it lazy to use a calculator when the problem could be figured out using pen and paper? Is it lazy to look something up on the Internet when you could just go to the library or crack open an encyclopedia?


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Ha! You lose because math isn't fun and Internet?......Internet man! That's where I learn everything because it's all true!
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guys, why bother....it's only a V6.

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There's nothing wrong with autos.....for women and seniors. Yes, autos are faster. Some of us don't give a crap, we don't race, we just ENJOY driving it. And how do you enjoy somthing that only has a Stop button and Go button? Lil bit boring. Like driving daddy's Buick.

I'm comfortable enough with my masculinity to not need a pedal to justify it.

But to each their own.
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I guess lazy is a relative term. Is it lazy to use a calculator when the problem could be figured out using pen and paper? Is it lazy to look something up on the Internet when you could just go to the library or crack open an encyclopedia?


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Very good point.. lol. My last 2 car are manual. I have no problem going to an auto when needed. I think its just personal preference!!
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I'm comfortable enough with my masculinity to not need a pedal to justify it.

But to each their own.
I think the beard alone says that. hahaha

but i do love the pic above with the "man pedal." that's classic.

and mud is right, who cares, we're all a bunch of pansy *** v6 driving stang owners anyway

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Only thing i find funny is you gotta pay an extra $1,200 on your invoice if you choose to go Auto.

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The people who hate automatics are usually the same guys that will make excuses when they lose to one. Autos shift a lot faster than manuals.
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Old 03-26-2015, 12:13 PM   #48
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Nothing wrong with an Auto, they just put me to sleep.
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A good built auto w/high stall torque converter and a ratchet shifter does everything you could ask for:

You can drag race with it and its way faster than a stick.
You can road race and manually shift it and it's still faster than a stick.
Best of all, it does something a stick will never do-shift by itself when I have a cup of coffee or female body part in my hand.

Now remind me again-which one is the man pedal?
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A good built auto w/high stall torque converter and a ratchet shifter does everything you could ask for:

You can drag race with it and its way faster than a stick.
You can road race and manually shift it and it's still faster than a stick.
Best of all, it does something a stick will never do-shift by itself when I have a cup of coffee or female body part in my hand.

Now remind me again-which one is the man pedal?

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I've always owner manual vehicles. I live in Southern California, so regardless of the traffic, I still chose to buy one. Why? Because you control your vehicle, you tell it what to do and when to do it. Autos in my opinion are not as "fun" to drive as a manual. But at the end of the day, no matter which transmission, the v6 mustang is a joy to look at, period! Though when I see an auto mustang my heart kind of drops lol... Only because they're saying manuals are a dying breed.


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Wondering if anyone ever had a problem with their right arm or left leg, like cast, sling, etc. and their stick was their only car? How did they get around during that time?


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I've always owner manual vehicles. I live in Southern California, so regardless of the traffic, I still chose to buy one. Why? Because you control your vehicle, you tell it what to do and when to do it. Autos in my opinion are not as "fun" to drive as a manual. But at the end of the day, no matter which transmission, the v6 mustang is a joy to look at, period! Though when I see an auto mustang my heart kind of drops lol... Only because they're saying manuals are a dying breed.


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Like I said, you can manually shift and control your auto just like a stick....but faster.
In the end it driver preference.
I've had and raced both sticks and auto's my whole life and I'm 56.
At this stage of the game an auto does everything I need and more, so it's what I choose, and it works for me.
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I drove my integra stick for 2 months with a cast on my Right arm. I will say it was easier to shift than my Stang
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Wondering if anyone ever had a problem with their right arm or left leg, like cast, sling, etc. and their stick was their only car? How did they get around during that time?


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I feel like manuals are starting to be phased out. Most high end sports cars don't offer a manual. My biggest fear is one day I won't be able to buy one. I'm not sure if that will ever happen but I worry about it and because of that I feel the need to defend it.

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I'll tell you I'll never miss trying to line up a pressure plate and a clutch again!! You young fellas can have it!


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There's nothing wrong with autos.....for women and seniors. Yes, autos are faster. Some of us don't give a crap, we don't race, we just ENJOY driving it. And how do you enjoy somthing that only has a Stop button and Go button? Lil bit boring. Like driving daddy's Buick.
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totally preference based for me. i drive a manual because of the fun in driving. i understand the argument of auto being faster at the track, but what kind of challenge is that? with a manual you can consistently make YOURSELF better and better, not just the car. i guess i just like a challenge
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I feel like manuals are starting to be phased out. Most high end sports cars don't offer a manual. My biggest fear is one day I won't be able to buy one. I'm not sure if that will ever happen but I worry about it and because of that I feel the need to defend it.

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Manuals won't be phased out. The US might think it's the only country in the world sometimes and as such they're the only ones that don't drive manuals, but there's a whole wide world out there that mostly drives... manuals. All of Europe, Japan. Only autos are high end Mercs, Beemers etc and old folks.


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Love manuals but it's such a shame that most people now days can't even drive them. 5 out my 8 vehicles are manual trans (would be 8 if I had the money for manual conversion), and I would never trade them for the auto variant. I grew up with older Porsches which until the late 90s were all manual trans. Honestly, I feel weird driving an auto, just feels unnatural. Taught a lot of people to drive a stick and most say they'll never go back to an auto.
I respect autos in the manner that in most cases they are better than manuals, but driving an auto is very boring compared to a manual. Just my opinion...


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Love manuals but it's such a shame that most people now days can't even drive them. 5 out my 8 vehicles are manual trans (would be 8 if I had the money for manual conversion), and I would never trade them for the auto variant. I grew up with older Porsches which until the late 90s were all manual trans. Honestly, I feel weird driving an auto, just feels unnatural. Taught a lot of people to drive a stick and most say they'll never go back to an auto.
I respect autos in the manner that in most cases they are better than manuals, but driving an auto is very boring compared to a manual. Just my opinion...


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Love manuals but it's such a shame that most people now days can't even drive them. 5 out my 8 vehicles are manual trans (would be 8 if I had the money for manual conversion), and I would never trade them for the auto variant. I grew up with older Porsches which until the late 90s were all manual trans. Honestly, I feel weird driving an auto, just feels unnatural. Taught a lot of people to drive a stick and most say they'll never go back to an auto.
I respect autos in the manner that in most cases they are better than manuals, but driving an auto is very boring compared to a manual. Just my opinion...


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I second that. Its also a great method to become a great driver. It should be required that everyone learn stick shift prior to getting a license. Less distracted drivers on manuals than autos. Also manuals demand more focus and attention. Then the driver can decide if he/she would like an auto.


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The manuals have minor upgrades compared to stock auto, like the exhaust, and I swear the stance is better on a manual... I have optional 3.31 gears with the mt82 and it is so much fun to row through on back roads, if I wanted a commuter I would have gotten a gti


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What would Chuck Norris drive? Driving an auto muscle car is like being the captain of a starship and sitting like this! Seriously....how did Shatner sit like that!?
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I second that. Its also a great method to become a great driver. It should be required that everyone learn stick shift prior to getting a license. Less distracted drivers on manuals than autos. Also manuals demand more focus and attention. Then the driver can decide if he/she would like an auto.


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I'm the only one in my house who can drive a manual so it would keep the vehicle just me.
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