I wouldn't put that on the top of my "shifting list" problems. Mine warms up pretty fast.
What I do NOT like about this transmission is the overall shifting strategy, combined with the adaptive software.
Take this morning for example. I'm going to work in DC, so I'm cruising from Fairfax down to the DC tidal basin, a slight downhill grade on average. Doing my usual 55mph, this morning I got it up to 30 mpg average. Yippy! No surprise. I can acheive the EPA mpg if I go 55mph. But when I want to hit the gas to get out of a situation quickly, I get a very frustrating hesitation. Probably because the adaptive transmission is in grandma mode. I do not like the hesitations I get or some other weird shifting patterns if you hit the gas, then let up on the gas, then hit the gas again. This can happen in rush hour traffic. Hope this makes sense...
2013 Ginger Ale Titanium 2.0 AWD, Factory Tow Package, Pano Roof and Roof Rack, Kuga LED Rear Tail Lights, Factory Added NAV, factory Added Rear Camera, Rear Spoiler, Build Date - Sept. 2012