... It is the situations where you are still rolling slightly that can be tricky. You either need to stay fast enough so it doesn't get into the downchange zone, or manually changedown to 1st (remember it may need to be the lever as the paddles don't function below about 10km/h).
i was about to just asking for this in a new thread ... i really begin to question myself some times.
i have a 156 2.0 TS ...
in Bangkok city .. speeds between 0 and 25 Km/h are at many places very normal, well since i change from Mazda 3 Manual to 156 Selespeed i really enjoy diving longer ways where its more free and more enjoyable to drive.
however .. its not always possible ... at speeds specially between 15 and 25km/h i sometime really wish to have a Clutch Pedal back.
i use do switch to Neutral all the time (never use City mode, only excuse for city more is drinking coffee or reading newspaper ;-) )
changing back up normally goes very well .. but if the speed is by about 20, the selespeed select Gear 3 or 2 .. and its jerks Really seriously.
also driving constant in traffic with about 15-25 km/h is not really possible.
keeping in the 1st gear is a solution ... but breaking again requires to switch back to Neutral all the time if i dont want it to jerk ....
well the car is now 10 years old .. and the last Real Alfa Service was 25.000Km and 2 Years Ago, Calibration may the solution ??