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Fords has faced a new class action lawsuit caused by problems with the 10-speed
10R80 automatic transmission installed in Ford F-150 trucks. The case papers
say that transmission defects may lead to emergency situations on the road due
to harsh shifts, jolts, delays and slippages. Despite these claims the carmaker
hasn’t raised the question about possible recalls of trucks or gearbox
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While sports car enthusiasts more and more often have to find a tuning company for a transmission conversion service, it seems like Ford is preparing a surprise for fans of its off-road segment. According to numerous media rumors, the upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco will have a manual option.
Technologies Inc., a producer and vendor of drivetrains and related parts, has
reported that it has received an order to deliver specific elements, which will
be used for production of a new sports car transmission (presumably an 8-speed
Subaru has recently unveiled its new prices and trim level modifications for the 2020 Impreza. It seems like not all admirers of classic manually-shifted Subaru models will be happy with the latest news from the automaker, as it is said that Subaru plans to reduce the number of manual Subaru models available for the 2020 line-up.