Discussion in 'Coffee Shop' started by Squag1, Jan 8, 2019.
Usually both but if it is very cold only leave it in gear
Auto, so P and handbrake (or footbrake as it is in the Kia)
Mine, and probably poo ploughs as well, have the option of automatic or manual sequential gears, both via gear stick and flappy paddle things on the steering wheel. And four changeable modes.
How cool is that.
Whatever happened to the good old fashioned brick ...?
I've got all that shite on
That what your chauffeur told you?
Yep, mine has that as well as launch control too (which I don't use). Mine doesn't lower 10mm when selecting Sport + mode though; she's already as low as she can go with the XDrive system.
Bandy Ird is still about, oh hang on Brick. Sorry.
My old thing just had sequential gearstick thing, the 7 had the tiptronic but this is just a cruisery yank made thing.
Manual, auto.. how very retro.. nice to know the old technologies are hanging in there
Do tell more...
Few people around here put bits of timber behind the wheel. I think one person has a string on them as like aero chocs
Some driveways are steep.
In fact its quite boring pointless & a little bit cack from a real petrol head's point of view, at least that bm of yours is rear wheel drive which earns you 1 brownie point out of a possible 10
Better than front wheel drive. But you want four wheel drive to be really cool.
so the handbrake doesn't freeze on
"A real petrol head".
I assume you mean someone who claims that stick shift is best, they can outbrake ABS and can drive faster with traction control switched off.
Here, in the real world, I'll stick with my eight speed auto and heated seats.
I should have added 'Blackbird riders who say that carb is better than FI' ............. in their minds at least.
Meanwhile, here, in the real world.....
"Stick shift"....?? Been watching Fast and Furious again...?
Oh there is a surprise AB gets it wrong again you really shouldn't assume
I was going to explain but I really cant be arsed !