Which New Cars Have Manual Transmissions?

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National Stick Shift Day is the holiday we here at Cars.com created to celebrate rowing your own gears, and if you’d like to honor the manual-transmission gods with your next new car purchase, here’s every new car with a manual transmission currently for sale.

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Some things to note: some, but not all, of these cars are manual-transmission only. In most instances, however, buyers will have to choose the manual instead of an available automatic, and not all trim levels of the vehicles below will even offer a stick shift. It’s also worth noting that most of these vehicles are not family-friendly, instead skewing mostly toward performance and fun. Those that aren’t enthusiast vehicles are predominantly affordable vehicles.

Finally, two of the vehicles on this list, the Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger, are being discontinued, and it seems unlikely that their probable battery-electric replacements will offer stick shifts. Then again, Toyota is reportedly working on an electric vehicle with a true manual transmission — stalls and all, for some reason — so it’s not entirely clear what the future holds. Subaru is discontinuing manual transmissions for the 2024 Crosstrek and Impreza, as well.

Enough rambling; let’s get to the list, sorted alphabetically by brand:

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Acura

  • 2023-24 Integra

BMW

  • 2023-24 M2
  • 2023-24 M3
  • 2023-24 M4

Cadillac

  • 2023-24 CT4-V Blackwing
  • 2023-24 CT5-V Blackwing

Chevrolet

  • 2023-24 Camaro

Dodge

  • 2023 Challenger

Ford

  • 2023 Bronco
  • 2023-24 Mustang

Honda

  • 2023 Civic Hatchback
  • 2023 Civic Si
  • 2023 Civic Type R

Hyundai

  • 2023 Elantra N

Jeep

  • 2023 Gladiator
  • 2023-24 Wrangler

Kia

  • 2023 Forte

Lotus

  • 2024 Emira

Mazda

  • 2023 Mazda3 Hatchback
  • 2023 MX-5 Miata
  • 2023 MX-5 Miata RF

Mini

  • 2023-24 Clubman
  • 2023-24 Convertible
  • 2023-24 Hardtop

Nissan

  • 2023 Versa
  • 2023 Z

Porsche

  • 2023 718 Boxster
  • 2023 718 Cayman
  • 2023 718 Spyder
  • 2023 911

Subaru

  • 2023 BRZ
  • 2023 Crosstrek
  • 2023 Impreza
  • 2023 WRX

Toyota

  • 2023 GR86
  • 2023 GR Corolla
  • 2023 GR Supra
  • 2023 Tacoma

Volkswagen

  • 2023 Golf GTI
  • 2023 Golf R
  • 2023 Jetta
  • 2023 Jetta GLI

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