• venkat asked on 7 Jan 2022
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    Which is best AT (torque converter) or DCT tranmission?

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    • on 9 Jan 2022

    A torque converter is one of the oldest kinds of automatic transmissions and over the years, they have gotten more refined and efficient. A torque converter is a good bet for you if your driving includes a mix of different scenarios such as slow city crawls in traffic, long highway stints where you easily cruise at triple digit speeds, or a twisty road that requires you to go through the gears often -- and all of that with the option of still returning a fuel efficiency that would be close to its manual counterpart. Whereas, The DCT then comes across as an automatic transmission that caters best to the enthusiast, with its super quick shifts. It is the closest an automatic transmission has come in replicating the kind of joy you can expect from manual cars. As far as their fuel efficiency is concerned, it all depends on how you drive. A smooth and light input will result in good efficiency and in most cases comes very close to the efficiency numbers you can achieve from a manual gearbox equipped car. Thus a DCT is the best all around package, especially if your driving scenario isn’t limited to just city or highway driving. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.

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