Impreza | '86 RX-7 | Ninja 400
To be fair an LSD could (and IMO still should) be a port installed option. But even as is, $50K for the loaded Z is good value IMO. Yea the $35K Camaro LT1 (V8, LSD, manual) exists, but plenty of people are still buying slower + more expensive cars anyway. Z is not bad compared to other $50K performance cars.2 trims
9 color combinations.
That’s at least 36 different ways a Z can be built. Offering additional options like an LSD will likely jack the possible builds by a lot.
You can order a Supra with a manual as of 2023 MY.
I have 5 or 6 manuals and one DSG, the only non-manual I've ever bought in my life. [It was only available with the DSG.] Guess which one is for sale soon?
So nobody gives a **** about driving a manual in aManuals don’t sell mostly because they’re attached to cars that most couldn’t give 2 ****s about driving a manual in.
It's really not that big of a deal.... BMW did it for years without issue with their M Sport diffs or w/e.I wouldn't want an integral drivetrain piece installed post-factory.
Did you pull those numbers out of your ass? How about we wait until it's actually on sale?Given all the "save the manual" talk a 9-18% take rate on a sports car seems kind of weak to me. I guess it depends on how you choose to look at it.
I went off the manual take rate for other recent performance sports cars, like the last M3/M4 and C7 Corvette (both in the low 20% range, starting higher and dropping down with each successive MY). If you needed a source, you could have just asked for one instead of ranting and raving and making a fool of yourself. Unless that was your intention, I can't really tell.Did you pull those numbers out of your ass? How about we wait until it's actually on sale?
I've been on Internet forums since shortly after they came into existence. I've rarely come across anyone who talks with such authority with no basis other than misplaced self-confidence.