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Does anyone know how this works. I currently am at 150 miles and am wondering if it's still learning?
 

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Does anyone know how this works. I currently am at 150 miles and am wondering if it's still learning?
The strategy is it will always be learning.
 

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The strategy is it will always be learning.
Yep. My wife drove my '14 Elantra GT for a few days and the shift points were much lower when I first got back in it.

I drove her '15 Sonata Sport on vacation and the shift points were higher at the end of the trip than when we first began. I may be older, but I still drive like a youngster. :)
 

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But you don't "drive" an automatic. You just steer it in the direction you want to travel :smile:
lol, but in Austin commuter traffic you don't "drive" a manual, you just shorten the life expectancy of a clutch!

Then again, now that I'm retired ...

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But you don't "drive" an automatic. You just steer it in the direction you want to travel :smile:
True. Unless you have a turbo, paddle shifters, and runnin' on the "Tail of the Dragon" N.C.
 

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But you don't "drive" an automatic. You just steer it in the direction you want to travel :smile:

Oh, but you should be driving your automatic. For very good reasons you should induce shifting through throttle valve positioning.
 
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