He will not, no snowflake will agree, probably has a flaccid c0ck , just like his cars upper half, all floppy and that......although I have heard he has a mahoosive collection of Egg Cups...to cup his balls when he's lonely and looking at that abomination on his drive......I don't know.....Benny might disagree
There are so many variables. I've always taken it with a pinch of salt that things like 'Sport Manual' and DBW had a generally significant impact compared to what we do day to day.Why is there a presumption that a stick shift manual clutch will have a longer life than a manual cambiocorsa on a 4200?
They are the same box and clutch. Surely it is just down to how you use and drive it that will impact its life expectancy.
That's a bit like saying the 4200 engine is a complex, variable timed, DOHC design vs single cam pushrod...For me Cambiocorsa is an expensive F1 hydraulic system with difficult to access components that can leave you stranded on the road vs. simple cable operated stick shift on a hydraulic clutch pedal.
I've had my 4200 manual daily driver for 13 years now and driven over 100k miles in it. It has been much more reliable than I ever hoped for.I hate knocking the Maserati brand but let's be honest, neither the 3200 or 4200 fall into the category of reliable every day driver.
If you want that you need to buy a Ghibli or GT.
And if you can't afford that, you have a choice of:
buying your second choice 996
or (my preferred option)
buy the 3200 and have a cheap daily runaround as a back up car