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Unread 09-27-2007, 11:02 AM   #16
NoNamesLeft
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Originally Posted by hunter44102
I personally -love- the down-shift slow down of the CVT2.

When I am driving in stop-n-go traffic and see sudden brake lights, I just let off the Gas to slow down and so I completely avoid hitting the brakes.

So I save wear/tear on the brakes.

I don't care as much what happens to the CVT because its part of the life-time warranty.

My main concern was gas mileage. If I am unable to coast properly, maybe there is something wrong with the engine causing drag. I do hope this lessens over time.

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Unread 03-06-2008, 02:14 PM   #17
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I believe, as its been stated is its apart of being a cvt! Mine did this, the one I test drove did it, and one my brother test drove did it...its just how its been designed I guess...if you keep your foot on the pedal but VERY lightly pressing down you kinda coast...its like s a sweet spot...
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