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Joe Rogan Talks About Manual vs Automatic Transmissions!

It’s a debate that has been spun around water coolers all over the world and ...

It’s a debate that has been spun around water coolers all over the world and will probably never end. When it comes to selecting a transmission, both with manual and automatic setups will have their respective set of fans who swear by them. While the opinions differ, neither one of these groups of people is necessarily wrong in their opinion but, when it comes to the facts, there definitely is information out there that definitively explains which is better depending on the situation that you might find yourself driving in.

While each transmission might have its strong points, each also manages to have weak points to match, just like anything else that you’ll face in life. Therefore, what you’re doing with the transmission in your ride and what your preferences are would strongly influence which one is better for you. That’s what makes having a choice so great! You aren’t just stuck with one or the other to deal with.

In this one, we check out the Joe Rogan experience, Rogan’s personal podcast where he talks about anything and everything and this time, he’s joined by Brendan Schaub and Bryan Callen to talk cars, specifically Porsches and Vipers along with this aforementioned never ending debate about whether an automatic or manual transmission is better! Will this get to the bottom of the argument? Doubtful. Will it provide an interesting perspective on the back-and-forth? Absolutely!

Check out the video below that shows you the lowdown on what you can expect from both automatic and manual transmissions as these guys go in circles about cars and transmissions when they talk about their favorites. After watching this one, be sure to sound off about what exactly you think about this discussion of cars. Is the automatic or the manual transmission a better call for your application?





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