So I feel really dumb asking this at this point, but I searched, Googled, and read the owners manual and couldn't figure it out. How the heck do I put my Giulia into neutral?
Nope, goes into reverse, no matter how gently I nudge it forward. It's a QV, if that matters.With your foot on the brake and the car in D, give the gear lever a single push forward.
That does not work in litigious happy USA. It might work everywhere else, I dunno.This could be regional software dependent, but if you have the flappy pedals on the wheel, if you pull on both of them together it should shift the car to neutral. Pull on the +, and it goes to D.
So now if you drive a strange car you not only have to figure out how it operates depending on the brand or model, it also depends on where it was made! If this keeps up, rental car companies will require that you watch a 15 minute video before giving you a car.That does not work in litigious happy USA. It might work everywhere else, I dunno.
Not in my car. Just holding the lever forward for a second gets neutral, and pulling it back returns the transmission to drive. No buttons or pedals needed.At least while moving in D you do not need to put your foot on the brake to get into neutral. You will need to put your foot on the brake to get back into D, even if you are still moving.
Oh, but I want to answer. Maybe someone will even collect responses and put together a database.Do people put in neutral to save gas, facilitate the towing process or to rev the engine in a show off way?
It's a rhetorical question, you don't have to answer........:grin2:
Riiighttttt.......LOLOh, but I want to answer. Maybe someone will even collect responses and put together a database.
I typically put my car in neutral while waiting in line on level or slightly inclined surfaces. Better than putting her in park and more comfortable than keeping a foot on the brake pedal.
Screw a bolt into the port for that purpose on the side of the transmission.So, have you figured out how to get it - keep it in neutral with the engine off?