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Q: What's the price difference between manual and automatic cars here?

Which are more common/expensive?

8 years 33 weeks ago in  Shopping - China

 
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Manual (or standard) transmission are very common in China, and cheaper too.  Mostly manual transmissions are present in the low end of the price scale vehicles.  Automatic transmissions are more common in high priced vehicles, luxury type, and of course, they are more expensive.

I am not aware of the actual cost difference here at present time.

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you really got to be kidding about this question really manuel has a clutch and an automatic has no clutch cmon lmao

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A manual car would be your sports cars so they would be the higher priced cars. When you get your insurance if you have a sports car and a newer model depending on the year the manual will be more expensive. Automatic transmission cars are pretty common and most automatic cars won't be sports cars or any top of the line cars. Manual>Automatic. smiley

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