My gf has just such a car with a manual transmission. It's incredibly easy to shift, kind of fun, but there's a lack of sensation and heft. It feels very distant and remote.
My old WRX had a direct linkage, with the stick emerging from the transmission located immediately beneath the center...
I wonder how the ergonomics of the seat cushion will work out. It's hard to describe, but, in some vehicles the seat is too high off the floor for comfortable clutching -- when I push in the clutch, the front edge of the seat digs into my thighs. I test drove a manual Subaru Forester in the...
It’s not that the gray top looks bad by itself, it’s the contrast with all the other body plastics — they’re black plastic. Check out the B pillar vs hardtop. That’s three main colors (including the paint), which is too many.
I agree, likely the silver 2-door we saw earlier. Looks sharp! Except for that darn gray top contrasting with the black B pillar and other plastic.
I like how the base has a lot of aftermarket upgrade potential. Enormous wheelwells.
Your numbers don’t add up.
The 4-door Wrangler starts at $31,795 (with a manual). Adding the auto costs $1500. Total cost: $33,295
The 4-door Bronco (with auto included) starts at $33,200. A difference of $95 to entice prospective cross-shoppers? Come on.
If the Bronco base 4-door could be...
I'll say it slower: you can't build a Base 4-door with a manual.
But you can build a Base (which comes with the automatic by default) with Sasquatch. And you can get a manual transmission with the Sasquatch, eventually.
Just not a BaseManSquatch.