Shifting using the shift paddlesShifting using the shift paddles  - Manual shift - Twin Clutch SST (Sport Shift Transmission) - Starting and driving - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

Selecting manual shifting

While the vehicle is stopped or being driven with the gearshift lever in the “D” (DRIVE) position, manual shifting can be selected by pulling one of the shift paddles towards you.

Shifting up

Shifting up

Each time the + (SHIFT UP) shift paddle is pulled, the transmission shifts up 1 gear.

Shifting down

Shifting down

Each time the - (SHIFT DOWN) shift paddle is pulled, the transmission shifts down 1 gear.

Note

► After manual shifting is selected using the shift paddles, shifting up and Note

► After manual shifting is selected using the shift paddles, shifting up and down can also be performed using the gearshift lever.

Returning to “D” range operation

When the gearshift lever is in the “D” (DRIVE) position, pull the + (SHIFT UP) shift paddle towards you for 2 seconds or more to return to “D” range operation.

Note

► If manual shifting is selected using the shift paddles when the gearshift lever Note

► If manual shifting is selected using the shift paddles when the gearshift lever is in the “D” (DRIVE) position, the transmission will automatically return to “D” range operation before the vehicle stops.
► When the transmission returns to “D” range operation from manual shifting, it may automatically shift up or down from the gear selected using manual shifting depending on the vehicle speed or driving conditions.
► If manual shifting is selected using the shift paddles, “D” range operation will again be selected by moving the gearshift lever from the “D” (DRIVE) position towards the driver’s seat, then return it towards the front passenger’s seat.

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