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Old 03-11-2012, 07:51 PM   #1
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Auto vs 6 spd

I had read that auto is better to have on trails vs stick,

Is the same true now with the 6 speed stick now available

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most people are going to avoid this thread. heated debate.

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no idea! probably depends on the driver if you ask me. I'd assume both have their cons/pros. idk though, I have a 6spd man. just got it a week ago.
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I drove them both before I decided and the manual has better acceleration then the automatic. The automatic is easier to drive around town. I went with the automatic since it is going to be a toy and I wanted my wife and daughter to be able to drive it if they wanted. (I have had both in the past and frankly, I like the standard). My plans are to strip the top and doors off as soon as it gets here and that is the way it will stay all summer. I will drive it when it is nice out and play in the woods on basic trails. Can't wait to own a Jeep again!
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Got the auto for my wife. I would have gotten the stick. You have to compromise.
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Basically you can get better lower end torque out of an automatic. Ya can't use clutch wen ur in deep mud or water. If ur a very good driver with both, probably a manual because you control every aspect of the vehicle. But I'll b at the top of the hill while the newbie is at the bottom with his burnt out clutch..
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Wife and I can drive stick, so its not a issue of stick, no dought better acceration with stick, what is the question is, do you get bettter performance on the trail with a auto.

Example your on a steep incline with your vechile, if its stick, it will tend to roll backward when you ingage clutch, I understand you can use your emeregency brake to help in thses sistuations

No arument of which one is more desired.

Just looking for real world experience of both set ups used on the trail, and what works best for the trail.
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Basically you can get better lower end torque out of an automatic. Ya can't use clutch wen ur in deep mud or water. If ur a very good driver with both, probably a manual because you control every aspect of the vehicle. But I'll b at the top of the hill while the newbie is at the bottom with his burnt out clutch..
lol, I'm a newbie but you won't see me with a burnt out clutch at the bottom...I'll be there right along with you. manual ain't that hard.
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Wife and I can drive stick, so its not a issue of stick, no dought better acceration with stick, what is the question is, do you get bettter performance on the trail with a auto.

Example your on a steep incline with your vechile, if its stick, it will tend to roll backward when you ingage clutch, I understand you can use your emeregency brake to help in thses sistuations

No arument of which one is more desired.

Just looking for real world experience of both set ups used on the trail, and what works best for the trail.
actually the new ones have hill start. havent tested it out on the trail yet but i know on steep hills with traffic lights when i put it in first and let off the brake it will hold it's self there for a few seconds
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I drove both and went with the auto and have no regrets. I would think more are sorry they got the manual than those who got the auto, esp for mainly a DD. Thats just my opinion, not to start a debate.
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Before I can answer, I need to know if it's a 2 or 4 door, hard top or soft, which engine is better, and did you wave?
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Before I can answer, I need to know if it's a 2 or 4 door, hard top or soft, which engine is better, and did you wave?
I would prefer a 4 door with hardtop and automatic. Has to be the faster 12 though.

But I just have to settle with my slow 2 door 07 w/ leaking soft top and crunchy shifting/popping out gear 6 speed
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went with the 6 speed after i traded in my wifes bmw x3 in hopes that it would take her longer to learn so i would be driving it more, but sadly with the hill start assist she picked it up in 2 days. love it but cant beat an auto in heavy traffic
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I can give both. To me, I want my jeep to be automatic. I like the way it performs and I like my left arm out the window. But give me a high end sports car and I'll take the manual. I also freaking leave the ebrake on in my dads manual. Good thing the one in my jeep is rusted.
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I certainly wondered why there were so freaking many auto's on the lot. I just couldn't figure it out. I never suspected that there would be a preference for auto's on the trail -- but I guessed I learned something new today.

Me, I ordered the standard. With the quality of automatic transmissions these day, I wonder if I err'd.

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Talking What haveing no Jeep yet spending way too much time on the forums has me thinking

What is "Better" for the trail. It is like asking, "Is eating with a fork better then chopsticks at a Japanese restaurant?" If your going an searching for fossils in the middle of BFE then I would say the new 5-speed auto is better at getting you there and back from what I have read. If your just messing around trying to have fun then maybe the manual is for you.

There are ALOT of post on this if you do a search. Anyways I have sort of tried to condense the pros and cons all in this one post I did below a few months ago. If you want to see some of the post I read you may want to check out this site below . Props to jeffk42

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MANUAL
+Better Connection to the driving experience.You can adjust if you want to go speedy or save gas. You can rev your engine.

+You can put a cool stick knob on.

+Your going to get some more respect and feeling of accomplishment (If you don't really suck at it).

+ Thief deterrent - It was noted somewhere that only 20% of people can drive a stick.

+Its much more common to drive a stick about anywhere other then the US. If you drive one now you'll be set if you want to rent one if you go on vacation somewhere.

+You can use the gears to slow you down if your going down a hill. With the auto you could use the auto-stick Electronic Range Select (ERS) Operation on the new 5-speed(see post below)

+Bigger Wheels-You can get away with a slightly too big tire for your gearing being that you adjust the shift points. In an auto your really going to need to update your cars computer with a chip. It would be a good idea probably with a manual anyways to correct speed.

+Less Issues with lifting. There seems to be less issues with the drive-line.

+$1000

-As a negative on the 2012, the Pentastar has not had a stick shift before. This means there is a chance for a few bugs. It is more or less the same manual transmission as previous JKs with a higher 6 gear. The brochure also states that it gets a new clutch housing and assembly and a new fly wheel. The auto has been on the GC for awhile now. I'm pretty sure it has a 6-speed auto. I wouldn't doubt a 6-speed auto will come out eventually

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+Way nicer if your in stop and go traffic.

+It's super easy to stop on a steep ass technical, or otherwise, hill and get going again. You can get a hand throttle for a manual to overcome this a bit. EDIT there is also HSA as mentioned below

+People cannot just jump into your car and let out the E-Brake, put your car in N and watch it roll down a hill.

+Only 2 pedals

+There is the auto-stick thing. Basically you can limit the Jeep to what you want to be the highest gear. I'm almost positive you cannot run it like a manual in this mode. It is more just to lock it into a low gear so it won't shift up in a bad moment.

+Most super hard-core people who crawl rocks get auto's.

+You can eat cheeseburgers, drink, smoke and text while traffic crawling. If need be you can smack your kid in the back seat.

+You don't have to worry if you hurt one leg.

+It has been stated that this is a superior transmission? Alright so you have what is called a W5A580 for the auto and a NSG370 for the Manual. The number is the max torque in ft. lbs., IIRC

+On the new Pentastar many are making the leap now from the Manual to the Auto. I think this has alot to do with the torque curve being way more flat. The 2011's actually have a bit more torque under 1200 rpm.

+The resale will most likely be higher.


As far as a manual is cheaper to fix? I find almost no one saying there auto over heated. I guess that was a problem in the past. Now the pentastars have a cooler on the transmission.

I read ALOT of issues with the manual.
*JOG - jumping out of gear. There is a you-tube of this on a 2011. It mostly happens in 2 and 4 I think.

*Shifting into R instead of 6th. I guess the lock out is pretty weak.
*It's creates more noise
*It jiggles like crazy on rough roads
*The mechanics cannot always recreate the problem.
Clearly almost no one is going to create a post saying my manual is flawless and works great.

Everything listed above is mostly just hear say from the countless threads I have read. I wouldn't take any of it as total fact but opinions that I have heard. It seems like the logical thing is to go with the auto, and thus the much cooler thing to do is go with the manual.
As far as the problems with the 6-speed I created a post here
Manual (6-Speed) JK Owners :: Please Vote :: Problems / No-Problems It seems to hover at the 20% of people have had to take there JK stick shift in to have it fixed.

One of the main things to even the playing field on the new 5-speed auto over previous 4-speed JK's is the Electronic Range Select (ERS) Operation. On the downside it is a bit too sensitive and will engage sometime when you don't want it too.
2012 Owners Manual: The Electronic Range Select (ERS) shift control allows the driver to limit the highest available gear when the shift lever is in the DRIVE position. For example, if you shift the transmission into 3 (third gear), the transmission will never shift above third gear, but will shift down into second and first gear normally.
You can switch between DRIVE and ERS mode at any vehicle speed. When the shift lever is in the DRIVE position, the transmission will operate automatically, shifting between all available gears. Tapping the shift lever to the left (-) will downshift the transmission, activate ERS mode, display the current gear in the instrument cluster, and maintain that gear as the top available gear. Once in ERS mode, tapping the shift lever to the left (-) or right (+) will change the top available gear.
To exit ERS mode, simply press and hold the shift lever to the right (+) until “D” is once again displayed in the shift lever position indicator in the instrument cluster.
Something I forgot to mention in the post before was about water crossing. For the auto you can shift during a water crossing above the trans. I guess it is possible to shift a manual while submerged but water/mud will get in there and it is not good. You could also have some gunk stop you from running in between the plates. The auto, on the other hand, is sealed.

To overcome this 6-speed shortcoming you can start without a clutch in 4-low to start the jeep if you stall in water. It can also come in handy on a steep incline.

There is something called HSA Hill Start Assist. It will hold the breaks until you let out the clutch on inclines to help out manual transmission jeeps on hills also. A lot of people actually don't like it and disable it or learn to press there brakes less hard on inclines.

I have been trying to talk myself out of a stick for a long time now. I have never had one or very much experience at all driving a stick shift, but almost feel as though I have to get one to get the bug out of my system. Maybe I just need to embarrass myself on a test drive again.

Hope that helps out some.
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Wife and I can drive stick, so its not a issue of stick, no dought better acceration with stick, what is the question is, do you get bettter performance on the trail with a auto.

Example your on a steep incline with your vechile, if its stick, it will tend to roll backward when you ingage clutch, I understand you can use your emeregency brake to help in thses sistuations

No arument of which one is more desired.

Just looking for real world experience of both set ups used on the trail, and what works best for the trail.
It comes down to whether you want to fly the plane or do you want the plane to fly itself. Your choice.
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I have always prefered manual on trail/street. But its just a preference. Personally i cant imagine having a jeep with auto, not that there is anything wrong with it.
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I didn't even consider an auto. If you love to drive get a stick!
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To me where you live is a factor if it is your daily driver. I live in a big city and drive in plenty of traffic. I like driving manual and miss it at times, but the auto in the 2012 seems pretty nice. If I lived in the country I would have thought harder about going with a stick though, but I think I care more about that in a sports car. I miss my 6 speed Trans Am sometimes!

It also was a compromise with the wife as she doesn't like driving a manual. I think it is all personal preference and depends on your situation. Auto sounds like it could be "better" on trails. A lot of that probably comes down to the driver though I would imagine.
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Too me the Jeep is supposed to be a soft top and manual transmission. I'm one of the wierd ones who cant figure why people buy a hard top.

I think most people choose the automatic becasue they don't have the coordination to drive a 6 speed. Sorry it was there.
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Too me the Jeep is supposed to be a soft top and manual transmission. I'm one of the wierd ones who cant figure why people buy a hard top.

I think most people choose the automatic becasue they don't have the coordination to drive a 6 speed. Sorry it was there.
Haha kind of harsh? I think both are great. It's really about personal preference. I highly doubt you'll be better off with one or the other. Just go with what makes you most happy.
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I get what mx man is saying and agree with him to some extent it also comes down for practicality. I tow with mine and drive almost completely city with a lot of traffic and absolutely love my manual 6speed. I'll drive in traffic all day just cuz I love being able to shift. As for the hard top, I spend a lot of Time in NH so I have one for the purpose of snow support
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I went with the 6-speed as well. after coming from a modified mustang, with a super stiff clutch and wasnt hydraulic, driving this thing is cake. Im a gear head to and just love the feeling of driving a manual. everyone has there opinion though and it's not really something you can ask.

You either want a manual or you want an auto. completely up to you.
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I prefer a manual. Learned on a manual and been driving one forever ( well almost forever, 42 years). My TJ was a 5 speed, and we even ordered our 06 Powerwagon with the new (for 2006) Daimler 6 speed. But it was time for a new concept with our 12JKUR. Here's a new point of view for buying an auto. We ordered the new auto for two reasons. The primary one is because we wanted a new toy - The autostart option, which you can't get on a manual. Also with essentially 5 gears and the new stick on the 2012, the auto allows much more control of manual shifting then the prior auto. Guess I'll now get all my manual shifting on my bikes and my wife's SX4.

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