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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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Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), a United States-based automaker, is equipping its 2017 F-150 with Raptor's new V6, 10-speed auto transmission.
At the top of the range is the Giulietta Veloce model that gets the most powerful engine in the line-up, a 240bhp 1750 turbo petrol engine mated to specially calibrated TCT auto transmission.
8220;There are steps vehicle owners and drivers can take right now that will extend the lives of their auto transmission far into the New Year.
8i variable valve timing version, with a choice of five-speed manual or three-speed Steptronic auto transmission.
Russia: KATE to construct major auto transmission plant
6l v6 ecoboost engine, 6-speed auto transmission, sync voice activated system, cargo dome lamp - red/white courtesy lamp disable, remote keyless w/ 2 fobs, 18 painted aluminum wheels deflector plate, reverse sensing system, front license plate bracket.
The engines are mounted longitudinally to cater for the company's all-wheel-drive quattro system, and drive to the wheels is through a seven-speed S tronic auto transmission.
And utilising the BMW TwinPower Turbo six-cylinder in-line diesel unit, the 430d xDrive Coupe comes with Sport auto transmission as standard and is available in Luxury or M Sport trim.
0-litre turbodiesel, with five-speed manual or six-speed auto transmission options, and you can expect a solid 45mpg.
THE MINI Cooper S is to get a new adaptive auto transmission.
THE MOST powerful engine so far fitted to the Citron Xsara Picasso is used in two new auto transmission versions launched this week.
BURBANK - As John Kilgore emerges into the hot sun from the shade of his San Fernando Boulevard auto transmission shop, he sees cracked sidewalks without many pedestrians, vacant lots and few trees.