Manual shiftManual shift  - Twin Clutch SST (Sport Shift Transmission) - Starting and driving - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

Using the gearshift lever (A) or the shift paddles (B), shifting can be performed manually.

Shifting can be performed even while the accelerator pedal is depressed.

Shifting can be performed even while the accelerator pedal is depressed.

This allows the driver to enjoy sporty driving, such as quick cornering, by nimbly downshifting to reduce vehicle speed just before entering a curve.

► When manually shifting while the vehicle is being driven, select the correct Caution

► When manually shifting while the vehicle is being driven, select the correct shift position to control the engine speed so that the tachometer indicator does not enter the red zone.
► Sudden engine braking and rapid acceleration can cause the vehicle to skid. Shift down according to road conditions and vehicle speed.
► If both the left and right shift paddles are operated at the same time, the transmission may not change gears.

► Only the forward gears 1 to 6 can be selected. Note

► Only the forward gears 1 to 6 can be selected.
To reverse or park, place the gearshift lever in the “R” (REVERSE) or “P” (PARK) position.
► During manual shifting, downshifting will be performed automatically when the vehicle slows down and the transmission will downshift to 1st gear before the vehicle stops.
► If the gearshift lever or shift paddles are operated repeatedly, the transmission will also shift repeatedly.
► In order to ensure driving performance, upshifting may not occur depending on the vehicle speed even if the gearshift lever or shift paddles are operated. In addition, in order to prevent excessive engine speed, the buzzer sounds and downshifting may not occur depending on the vehicle speed even if the gearshift lever or shift paddles are operated.
► When driving in an aggressive manner involving high engine rpm, sudden acceleration and/or deceleration, the Twin Clutch SST could take longer to shift due to higher oil temperatures.

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