American transmissions have come a long way since their inception back in 1937.
In terms of safety, reliability and performance, American transmissions in new automobiles have performed in terms of leaps and bounds above standard tests of the past.
In terms of reliability:
1.) CVT (Continuous Variable Transmission) Found in models such as the Nissan Sentra, typically get 40 miles per gallon; a technology that requires gas, but seems to get further MPG than popular electric or hydro-electric fuel cell technology currently available on the market. CVT transmission vehicles are also currently less expensive than current hydro-fuel cell technological vehicles.
2.) CVT Transmissions are now typically equipped with a timing chain, as opposed to a timing belt, which breaks more frequently. A timing belt is construct of US mined steel and aluminum alloy that withstands the test of time!
3,) A CVT timing belt creates a minimum highway travel mpg (miles per gallon) speed of roughly 40 miles per gallon. This is calculated through multiple facilitated tested automotive techniques which have stood a barrage of tests.
4.) CVT transmissions contained in most American transmission technology will stand the test of time. This is through a use of timing chain technology as opposed to originally produced timing belts. The timing chain technology typically utilizes the use of steel aluminum alloy metallurgy which combines the best of both components in tandem with the latest technology to create a seamless, and stable system of transmission hydraulics.
5.) The controls for a CVT transmission vehicle are the exact same as an automatic vehicle. With the advent of CVT technology in today's market, an individual may ask themselves whether or not this new technology is solvent in terms of usage in today's market. The answer to this question is an undeniable yes! If a member of current society in any corner of the world is able to utilize the advent of a manual transmission in today's society's brand of vehicle, than one can most definitely handle the CVT transmission technology in today's current automotive stability transmission.
In conclusion, today's newest models of not only