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Also, I have heard that if I keep the vehicle idle for 10 to 15 days then the diesel engine will show issues. Like the more you keep the vehicle idle the more problem a diesel engine shows.
Also, the sales person says if you will accelerate hard then you will feel the jerk or else it's minimal.
Please consider I will have a city drive for around 600 Kms and Highway drive for around 600 Kms too.
most of my travels will be between the city and roughly 5 km a trip and summing it 20 kms a day.
XUV 300 Manual and XUV 300 petrol AMT in terms of drivability, performance, mileage and maintenance both for city and highways.
But as you said there will be a difference in the jerk levels in between petrol and diesel, that confused me whether to go for the petrol amt on the basis of test drive taken in diesel amt ?
And does it really pain in leg while driving a manual in city being on traffic?
But If these jerks/pause effect are a concern - then although may sound weird but Use Manual Mode while driving in bumper to bumper traffic where still you left foot is relaxed, you only need to upshift gear (as downshift will be done automatically)
> Put in AMT as and when you move on slight higher speed
Else with time as vehcile ownership - you can adjust in throttle response on low speed to get the most from AMT.