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Which New Cars Have Manual Transmissions?

honda-civic-si-2022-035-gear-shift-interior-sedan 2022 Honda Civic Si | Cars.com photo by Christian Lantry

For National Stick Shift Day, the holiest of Cars.com-created holidays (also: the only Cars.com-created holiday), we’ve put together a list of all the new cars you can buy that still offer a manual transmission. Unsurprisingly, the list skews mostly to affordable models and those that are more enthusiast-oriented. Not every brand will be represented here, sadly, but there’s still a decent range of choices, including a couple of pickup trucks.

Related: Video: How to Drive a Manual Transmission

Note that manual transmissions aren’t always available with every trim or engine of a particular vehicle listed below. Usually, the manual also is the most affordable choice, but not always. Here are the new cars currently available with manual transmissions, sorted alphabetically by brand:

Acura

2023 Integra

BMW

2022 M3

2022 M4

Cadillac

2022 CT4-V

2022 CT5-V

Chevrolet

2022 Camaro

2022 Spark

Dodge

2022 Challenger

Ford

2022 Bronco

2022 Mustang

Honda

2022 Civic (hatchback only), Civic Si

honda-civic-si-2022-012-exterior-orange-profile-sedan 2022 Honda Civic Si | Cars.com photo by Christian Lantry

Hyundai

  • 2022 Elantra, Elantra N
  • 2022 Veloster N

Jeep

  • 2022 Gladiator
  • 2022 Wrangler, Wrangler Unlimited

Kia

  • 2022 Forte

Mazda

  • 2022 Mazda3 hatchback
  • 2022 MX-5 Miata

Mini

  • 2022 Clubman
  • 2022 Convertible
  • 2022 Hardtop
  • 2023 Clubman
  • 2023 Convertible
  • 2023 Hardtop

Mitsubishi

  • 2022 Mirage

Nissan

  • 2022 Versa
  • 2023 Z

Porsche

  • 2022 718 Boxster, 718 Cayman
  • 2022 911

Subaru

  • 2022 Crosstrek
  • 2022 Impreza
  • 2022 WRX

Toyota

  • 2022 Corolla
  • 2023 GR Supra
  • 2022 Tacoma

Volkswagen

  • 2022 Golf GTI, Golf R
  • 2022 Jetta, Jetta GLI

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