Uhm mine is euro spec, I forgot to mention that. EDIT: It's manual gearbox
The manual trans gets an electric fan, the automatic trans gets the belt driven fan with the viscous couple (fan clutch). The electric fan and the belt driven fan both do the same thing, although they do it differently. They pull air through the radiator at low speeds so that the radiator can shed the heat due to the airflow. When the car is going fast enough to physically force air through the radiator, the fan (electric or belt driven) have no effect -- the electric fan likely does not turn on, and the belt driven fan freewheels.
Someone talked about the Aux Fan, that comes with the AC system. There is an electric fan in front of the radiator (and heat exchanger) that is part of the air conditioner system. It provides additional airflow when the AC is turned on.