I agree. The engine and transmission both hate slow driving. It can be done, but you just know it hates it... feels bogged down and the transmission rewards quick input shifts not bumper to bumper on and off the clutch. Tires are an easy fox but like you realize I think you know what the car is truly set up for and its not Chicago winters.Gas mileage isn’t even close.
I also need a Auto this time around.
The gt350 is meant to be driven at high rpm’s and when it’s not, such as sitting in traffic or areas where not possible it actually doesn’t do the engine any favors for reliability.
Dude,It’s a race car for a guy that lives in Chicago with winters