Tell me your feels about column shifters, /o/tists
It's not far off from regular manual, but the position takes some getting used to
Column shifters are important for Hollywood-like, overly dramatic departures if you want to fag out this way
>Well, this was it then!
>*clenching lips together while pulling shifter down
>*flooring it and driving away with screeching tires
I actually prefer them over these idiotic looking knobs some cars have as autotragic shif- ... program choosing knob?
Those look like knobs of a washing machine and do not belong in cars.
They're great if you have a front bench seat. My truck has a front bench seat and a floor shift 5spd and it makes the bench seat fucking pointless. Literally the only way anyone can sit in the middle is to sit damn near sideways with both legs in the passenger foot well with the other passenger, which gets uncomfortable after 5 minutes.
>you will never have a square body Suburban with 3 rows of bench seats and a column shifter to carry 8 of your bros with.
Are you fucking serious
What you have against video games on the go?
you're not a real portable gaming patrician until you start lugging around a Sega Nomad.
Jam that fucker in an AUX port, plug in Thunder Force 4, and rock out.
You won't be tempted to put it in your ass
And if you are, it will be much more difficult to accomplish
I have one in my truck.
And in my work truck.
I think it's so you can have a bench seat.
Idk what's to hate about em? If it was a manual I would prefer a standard gear stick
>everybody copied dodge and we all have rotary selectors
>carjacker runs up after i put away groceries
>accidentally turn up volume to maximum.
>mash gas pedal
>get shot to death by kebab for my corolla
IMO the column is the only place automatics should have the gear selector
On my Pontiac, the wiper stalk also does turn signals. The headlights have the automatic sensor on the dash, so I never need to turn them on manually. There's a knob on the dash if I really want to turn on the headlights on my own.
That is the turn signal stalk bro. Still pulls back to flash the high beams, forward to lock the high beams, up & down to operate the turn signals. Rotate the end piece to control the wipers.
Headlights are on the rotary switch on the dash to the left of the column.
Is it that hard to understand?
>putting low beams on a dashboard switch and high beams on a stalk