Manufacturer with intuitive menus?

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TacticDesigns Veteran Member • Posts: 7,559
Re: Putting a car in reverse

Jth1968 wrote:

To be honest, I have never driven an electric car. I have never driven an automatic either. So everything I say about automatic transmissions is "hearsay".
On the other hand, I have driven many different manual shift cars, from old Eastern European ones to modern Audis and BMWs. With the exception of cars with double clutch transmission, they are all basically the same. You have to know how the shift stick works (very different, for instance, in the Renault 4 or Citroen 2CV), and have to get a feel for the clutch.
Usually that takes only a few minutes of driving, stopping and starting. The worst I remember was an Opel where the clutch felt like an on/off switch

So out of all those transmission cars, how many of them did you have to push down on the stick to get it into reverse versus those that you just slid into reverse?

Just curious which is more common?

Take care & Happy Driving!

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