I am in the same boat. Dec 2020 res. 2Dr BL Mid non-Sas MT7 vs A10.Manual 1000% I'm working on my video review of my manual badlands right now. When do you need to decide by?
Sorry to hear about your knee. The reason why I refused to volunteer for 82 or a Group is I wanted knees to work when I was old. Told them I knew too many guys who were not that old but couldn't do as they had messed up knees and ankles from jumping or hell just being infantry. I served in the reserves as a truck driver then went AD as a Medic retired in 01.Dude, you're 50 (I'm close to it), do you really want to be pushing in that clutch pedal thousands of times a month with a SEVEN (6) speed transmission? I have a bad knee from the Army so it's a no brainer for me. But just saying clutching a 7 (6) speed is going to wear out that knee joint man. Sad but true. Hear me now believe me later. I got a 3 speed CJ7 in the stable and it's a lot of work, I can't imagine a 6 speed. You'll thank me in a few years.
Yes, Anyone that’s driven a manual would already know that the thighs can be used to hold a steering wheel for when you need to perform other operations with your hands. Such as texting and drinking coffee!Oh my friend! Many a time I drank my Starbucks and eat my Panera sandwich driving on I70. .
the trick is to use the right thigh while on cruise control