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A manual transmission, also known as a manual gearbox, a standard transmission or colloquially in some countries (e.g. the United States) as a stick shift, is a type of transmission used in motor vehicle applications.
Ideally, the transmission would be so flexible in its ratios that the engine could always run at its single, best-performance rpm value. That is the idea behind the continuously variable transmission (CVT).
Clearly a slick-shifting manual transmission is one of the main components in a fun-to-drive car, along with a powerful engine, confidence-inspiring suspension and competent brakes.
For many manual transmission enthusiasts, this is the car they’d most like to park in the garage.
Sometimes it seems like cars with manual transmissions are living on borrowed time. As automatic transmissions become more popular, capable, and efficient, vehicles with manual gearboxes are becoming niche products, enjoyed only by driving enthusiasts.
2-, 4-, 5- & 6-Speed Manual Transmissions Whether you’re looking for a manual transmission as an OEM replacement part or looking to add a performance shifter to your speed machine, Summit Racing has all of the 2-, 4-, 5- and 6-speed manual trannys you need to keep charging to the front of the pack.
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We've compiled a list of new cars in the U.S. with an available manual transmission, and you may be surprised by it.
Stick shifts aren’t dead yet, people. Proving so, here are nearly 50 new cars that still offer a manual transmission. Read the full list at Car and Driver.
To drive smoothly with a manual transmission, start by moving the gearstick in between third and fourth gear to put the car into neutral. Next, push your foot all the way down on the clutch, start the car, and push the gearstick into first gear.