Some drivers of Celerio automatic-manuals flummoxed by lack of clutch pedal.
MUMBAI – Maruti Suzuki launches its Celerio EZ Drive global hatchback at India’s recent Auto Expo with a new-to-market technology that uses manual gears but has no clutch. The car’s automatic manual transmission provides both the comfort of an automatic gearbox and the higher fuel efficiency of a manual at considerably lower cost than a full automatic. Although it is called clutchless, the clutch is there but the clutch pedal is not. The three control movements for the ...
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