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  • initialism automotive continuously variable transmission
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Examples

  • One of the most critical parts of tuning what we ride is the transmission, specifically its called a CVT (or continuously variable transmission).

    Freelancer.com - New Projects

  • In fact, the four-cylinder Altima with the CVT is a standout for me because it manages to delivers competitive fuel economy and the performance of many V6s in this class.

    Personal Picks--Family sedans

  • In fact, the four-cylinder Altima with the CVT is a standout for me because it manages to delivers competitive fuel economy and the performance of many V6s in this class.

    Personal Picks--Family sedans

  • The CVT, which is already on Nissan's popular Murano crossover, will also be on the Sentra, Maxima and Altima.

    Detroit Reloaded

  • The Quest is the only minivan on the market with a CVT, which is designed to maximize fuel economy.

    The Seattle Times

  • Note the Quest is the only minivan on the U.S. market with a CVT, which is designed to optimize fuel economy.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Note the Quest is the only minivan on the U.S. market with a CVT, which is designed to optimize fuel economy.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • The Quest is the only minivan on the market with a CVT, which is designed to maximize fuel economy.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • While the engine sounds a bit thrashy at high revs, the CVT is the best thing that could have happened to the SX4.

    Car Advice | News | Reviews Blog

  • CVT, which is the norm for a front-wheel-drive car.

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