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I previously noticed in Wikipedia that for the U660E transmission, there is a difference in the final drive ratio.

I cannot recall precisely but there could be be some slight variation in the gear ratios for a fewq of the gears.


Also came across this article which is worth the time to read. Looks like the 2017 transmission would most likely be a better option.



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On 2/12/2022 at 7:35 AM, Aurion_sa said:

I need help 

is there a difference between 2011 and 2017 Toyota Aurion transmission ?! 

As long as it's a U660E you will be fine. My preference would always be to get the newest or latest version. Toyota did make a few tweaks to the transmission over the years, but I'm not sure what exactly, which is why I'd go for the latest version always.

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