I'm sure this has been discussed before. At lower speeds like 20-40mph, the CVT feels like its "jerking", which I would assume is just the CVT moving through its preprogrammed shift points. However, when you're just feathering the throttle, the jerking becomes extremely pronounced, like it's moving through about 15-20 different gears. It becomes even more pronounced when you're going up a hill at the same time. It's a minor inconvenience, and is cured by either letting off the throttle or dipping into it a little more.
For people with 10-15k miles, have you noticed this problem go away over time? Or does it get worse? I just want to know if I need to get it serviced or something like that.
For reference, my car has about 6300 miles on it.
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