RayJeff,I agree on the cruise control. I haven't got it fitted to this Cayman, but in the past I have used it around my area due to the number of speed camera's sited. Ray
Dylan1If you’ve only tried DSG on Audi/Vw I would seriously give the PDK a try- I didn’t like the sterile DSG/ R tronic but love the PDK its chalk and cheese imho
RayI wouldn't go back to a manual shift if you paid me. Everyone who I know who drives an automatic is of the same mind. With the auto you can concentrate on driving the vehicle, in traffic they are a god send. Stop start traffic, feathering clutches is a thing of the past. Ray
MotorheadManual 'box? Grab one while you still can Philip. In 10-years time I reckon you won't be able to get one - that's if we haven't gone EV - in which case the gearbox type becomes irrelevant. The PDK is an excellent 'box, but at the end of the day you're still just clicking switches. Jeff
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