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Old 05-26-2020, 09:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How to reduce the aerodynamic efficiency of a Metro

4-cylinder, 3 speed auto, oversized wheels/tires, and now worse aerodynamics.

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Old 05-26-2020, 10:25 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Three speed autos are soul-crushing, I wouldn't drive it. In fact, I think three speed autos were a conspiracy by big pharma to sell more antidepressants.
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I used to have a two-speed auto in a '56 Chevy.

My first car.

Those ole Powerglides do very well in drag racers.

Didn't depress me :-)
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I used to have a two-speed auto in a '56 Chevy.
I never got to drive any car with a 2-speed automatic, and my only experience with a 3-speed was in a Pontiac Trans Sport with the 3.1L TBI engine. Not sure how I would be satisfied or not with the Metro, even though I have already seen some of the Suzuki Swift with the 1.0L engine and the 3-speed automatic.

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