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automatic transmission

a transmission system in a motor vehicle, usually incorporating a fluid clutch, in which the gears change automatically
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They can easily cope with the Automatic Transmission without requiring tests, as the automatic transmission needs no action while driving.
15) The 10-speed automatic transmission hardware has the potential for still faster shift times which are currently optimized for the lead program vehicle.
Adding to the woes is the fact that automatic transmission problems are generally expensive: much more than manual.
Your automatic transmission and its internal clutches should last the life of the vehicle anyway.
According to Chrysler Group, the Abarth's optional six-speed automatic transmission, new for 2015, is mated to the track-proven 1.
It is offered in six variants in the country - two with automatic transmission and four with manual transmission - and claims a fuel efficiency of 23.
The Grandi10 and Brio have automatic transmission versions priced at ` 6.
Hyundai hopes the option of an automatic transmission will boost sales of a car which has been well received by buyers, registering 20,000 bookings since its launch in September.
The West Virginia facility currently builds six-speed automatic transmissions for Toyota's Avalon, Camry, Sienna and Venza and Lexus' RX 350 vehicles built in North America.
said Wednesday it will invest about 5 billion yen to set up a plant in southwestern Malaysia to manufacture automatic transmissions for vehicles.
Shashank Srivastava, chief general manager (marketing) of Maruti was quoted saying that the automatic transmission version of A-Star would be priced substantially higher than the manual version.
ONE of the major pitfalls of an automatic transmission has been poor fuel economy when compared to a manual.

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