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I am looking at a 2003 Coupe with the Cambiocorsa transmission. I was wondering how long one can expect a clutch to last. It seems to me that since shifts are software controlled there should not be too much variance between drivers since the driver is not in controll of the clutch and shift. I can usually get 60,000+ miles out of a clutch.

Also, I would greatly appreciate any comments regarding the overall quality of the new Maserati. After experiences with Italian cars in the 1970's I'm still a bit nervous about fit/finish/quality.

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Doesn't this all seem a bit counterintuitive? I thought that since the shifts were all computer controlled that the clutch would last a lot longer than if a person were working the controls. The story about smoking the clutch if one needs to back up on a hill is a bit scary.

I know that driving styles vary (a lot) but does anyone have an idea of how long the clutch lasts on the six-speed car?
 
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