because I think its foolish. Personally my favorite is the column shift, but console shift is alright as well. My problem with it is I'll usually pop it into neutral when coasting up to a light or even sitting at the light and the wheel just seems to be harder to get the selection right...
What don't you like about the wheel shifter? It seems like a pretty simple and easy concept. Do you just prefer the lever more?
I'm pretty sure that there are other more 'luxurious' vehicles that are using a similar shifting device too.
Why?I'll usually pop it into neutral when coasting up to a light or even sitting at the light
Yes. There are buttons on the steering wheel.Can you shift gears with this set up? Is there a paddle shifter on the steering wheel? Or do you just have P R N D?
From all reports I've read, it's an easy transition. A week tops and it's second nature.thats definitely going to take some time to get used to, going to be reaching for a shift column many times to find out it's not their LOL
Ram Man, that looks like a dash from a diesel pusher.I think it should of been more like this with the option of up shift and down shift.
http://i1085.photobucket.com/albums/j424/Restoration4us/1999 Tiffin Allegro Bay Pusher/IMG_1361.jpg
Don't get to excited. You have duties to attend to, like a first drive review and pictures to post.We use those style shifters in some of our Army trucks and they are so easy to get use to. I picture this style but more of a stylish design for a ram would be great. Not so much for the bench seats but for a center console design because it would be placed where your hand would naturally rest. I don't know just a thought. I'm good with the rotary switch though. I GET MY TRUCK TOMORROW!