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Every New Car You Can Still Buy with a Manual Transmission

Manual transmission cars are becoming increasingly rare, but there are still several models available in the U.S. that offer this engaging driving experience. Acura offers the Integra and its high-performance Type S exclusively with a manual. Aston Martin’s Valour, limited to 110 units, also features a six-speed manual paired with a powerful V-12. BMW keeps the manual tradition alive with the M2, M3, and M4. Cadillac’s CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwing models include a manual option, as does the Chevrolet Camaro across its engine lineup. Ford’s Mustang, particularly in V-8 form, continues to offer a stick-shift, while the Honda Civic provides manual options in its sportier trims. Hyundai’s Elantra N, Kia’s Forte GT, and the Lotus Emira are among other performance-oriented models with manual gearboxes.

Mazda still includes a manual in its 3 hatchback and the iconic MX-5 Miata. Mini’s Hardtop and Convertible models, Nissan’s Versa and Z, and Porsche’s 718 and 911 lines also offer manual variants. Subaru’s BRZ and WRX, Toyota’s GR86, GR Corolla, and GR Supra, and Volkswagen’s Golf GTI, Golf R, and Jetta GLI round out the list of manual-transmission cars, providing enthusiasts with plenty of options to enjoy a more hands-on driving experience. Despite the dwindling numbers, these models ensure that the art of driving with a manual transmission remains accessible to those who seek it.
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