But after a while of driving it kinda goes away.As for fuel the manual recommends 87 octane or higher. Unless your car has an aftermarket tuner with a non OEM tune in it you can use regular gas. Jerking could be many different things... if it's that noticeable and easy to duplicate have it checked out at a dealership.
It has 38k miles on it and the service history looks clean. The oil was changed on time and everything. I’m thinking it’s because the car takes longer to heat up. That’s what some guy said at lest.How many miles are on the car... do you know the service/maintenance history of it?
I mean when the engine is cold, my fault, but it seem that it might be shifting hard. Yeah I might go back to the dealer and ask them if it’s bad or it something that will eventually go away. Thank you for your help, really appreciate it.[/QUOTE]Do a search on the site for "transmission". Some have posted regarding hard shifting in the 10 spd transmission and this may be what you are experiencing. With the amount of gears in that transmission at times depending on the speed/terrain the transmission may be trying to find the right gear for the situation and changes causing a jerk. Never heard/read about jerking related to car "heating up".