2010 Manual Stick Shift Cars (manual transmissions) list

Do prefer manual or automatic transmission?

Manual
9
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Automatic
2
18%
Automatic with paddle shift
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Automatic with sport shift
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2010 Manual Stick Shift Cars (manual transmissions) list

#1 Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Thu Apr 07, 2011 4:11 pm

2010 Manual Stick Shift Cars (manual transmissions) list

(As inspired by the Are Harely's Cool thread: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=14034 )



Listed Alphabetically by Manufacturer


BMW----------------------------------------------------

1Series

128i Coupe/Convertible, 6-speed manual

135i Coupe/convertible, 6-speed manual

3series

328i Coue/Convertible/Sedan/Sports Wagon, 6-speed

328i xDrive Coupe/Sedan/Sports Wagon, 6-speed

335i Coupe/Convertible/Sedan, 6-speed

335i xDrive Coupe/Convertible/Sedan, 6-speed

5Series

528i Sedan/xDrive Sedan, 6-speed

535i Sedan/xDrive Sedan/xDrive Sports Wagon, 6-speed manual

550i Sedan, 6-speed manual

XSeries

X3 xDrive30i, 6-speed manual (crossover)

ZSeries

Z4 sDrive30i, 6-speed manual (roadster, convertible)

Z4 sDrive35i, 6-speed manual (roadster, convertible)

MSeries

M3 Sedan/Coupe/Convertible, 6-speed manual



Chrysler ------------------------------------------------------------------

Dodge

Caliber SXT

Caliber (all trims: SE/SXT/SXT Sport/RT), 5-speed manual

Challenger 6-speed manual (sports)

Viper SRT10 Coupe/Convertible/ACR, 6-speed manual (sports)



Ford-------------------------------------------------------------------------

Ford Focus Sedan, 5 speed manual overdrive, standard

Ford Focus Coupe, 5 speed manual overdrive, standard

Ford Fusion, 2.5L Duratec 16V I4 Engine, 6 speed manual

Ford Mustang, T5/TR3650 5 speed manual, standard

Ford Escape SUV, Duratec 2.5L I-4, 5-speed manual

Ford Ranger truck, 5-speed manual, standard

Ford Super Duty truck, 6-speed manual, standard

Ford Fiesta Hatch/Sedan, 5-speed manual, standard



Mercury

Milan I-4 (sedan), 6-speed manual, standard

Volvo

Volvo S40 2.4i Sedan, 5-speed manual

Volvo S40 T5 AWD Sedan, 6-speed manual

Volvo v50 T5 AWD R design, 6-speed manual

Volvo C30 T5, 6-speed manual,

Volvo C30 R, 6-speed manual,



GM--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Cadillac

CTS-V Sedan, 6-speed manual

Chevrolet

Camaro Sport/Convertible, 6-speed

Cobalt Sedan, 5-speed

Cobalt Coupe, 5-speed

Corvette ZR1, Coupe, 6-speed w/overdrive

Corvette Coupe, 6-speed w/overdrive

Corvette Convertible, 6-speed w/overdrive

Corvette Z06, 6-speed w/overdrive

HHR SUV, 5-speed manual

Colorado truck, 5-speed overdrive

GMC

Canyon 5-speed w/overdrive



Honda------------------------------------------------------

Honda

Accord Coupe

Accord Coupe LX-S / EX / EX-L, 5-speed

Accord Coupe EX-L V-6, 6-speed

Accord Si Coupe, close ratio 6-speed

Accord Si Sedan, close ratio 6-speed

Accord Sedan LX/LX-P/EX/EX-L, 5-speed

Civic Coupe DX/LX/EX/EX-L, 5-speed

Civic Sedan DX/DX-VPLX/LX-SEX/EX-L, 5-speed

Fit 5-Door/Fit Sport 5-speed

Acura

Acura TSX, close-ratio 6-speed (sedan)



Hyundai------------------------------------------------------

Tucson

Accent Blue/GS/SE, 5-speed (hatch)

Accent GLS, 5-speed (4dr sedan)

Elantra Blue, 5-speed (4dr sedan)

Elantra Touring GLS/SE, 5-speed (hatch)

Sonata GLS, 6-speed (4dr sedan)

Tucson GLS, 6-speed (crossover)

Santa Fe GLS, 6-speed (crossover)

Genesis Coupe 2.0T/3.8, 6-speed (sport)



Infiniti-----------------------------------------------------------------------

G37 Coue Sport, 6-speed manual



Jeep--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Compass Sport, 5-speed manual (hatch/crossover)

Patriot Sport, 5-speed manual (suv/crossover)

Wrangler Sport/sahara/Rubicon, 6-speed manual

Wrangler Unlimited Sport/sahara/Rubicon, 6-speed manual



Kia----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Forte, 5-speed overdrive or 6-speed with overdrive (sedan)

Forte Koup 5-speed overdrive or 6-speed overdrive (coupe)

Optima LX, 5-speed overdrive (sedan)

Rio, 5-speed overdrive (sedan)

Rio5, 5-speed overdrive (hatchback)

Soul, 5-speed overdrive (mini suv, crossover)

Sorento, 6-speed manual with overdrive (suv/minivan)

Sportage, 5-speed manual with overdrive (suv/minivan)



Lexus -------------------------------------------------------------------------

IS 250 Sedan, 6-speed manual

IS 250C Manual, 6-speed manual (sport/convertible)



Mazda-------------------------------------------------------

Mazda3 iSV/iSport/iTouring, 5-speed (4dr sporty)

Mazda3 s Sport/s Grand Touring, 6-speed (4dr sporty)

Mazda3 Sport/Grand Touring, 6-speed

Mazda Speed 3. Close ratio 6-speed

Mazda5 Sport/Touring/Grand Touring, 5-speed (crossover)

Mazda6 iSV/iSport/iTouring, 6-speed (4dr sport sedan)

MX-5 Miata Convertible Sport/Touring/Grand Touring, 6-speed (sport)

RX-8 6-speed (sport)

Tribute Sport, 5-speed (crossover or SUV)



Mercedes-Benz--------------------------------------------

C300 Sport Sedan, 6-speed with short throw shifter

SLK300 Roadster



Mitsubishi---------------------------------------------------

Lancer DE/ES/GTS/Ralliart, 5-speed (sport sedan)

Lancer Sport GTS/Ralliart, 5-speed (sport)

Lancer Evolution MR, 6-speed TC-SST (sport sedan)

Lancer Evolution MR Touring, 6-speed TC-SST

Eclipse GS, 5-speed (sport)

Eclipse GT, 6-speed (sport)



Nissan----------------------------------------------------------

Versa 1.8s Hatchback, 6-speed

Versa 1.6/1.6s Sedan, 5-speed

Versa 1.8s Sedan, 6-speed

Cube 1.8/1.8s 6-speed (minivan, crossover)

Sentra 2.0, 6-speed manual (sedan)

Sentra SE-R Spec V, 6-speed close-ration

Altima Coupe 2.5S/3.5SR, 6-speed close-ratio

Altima Z (370Z/370Z Touring/NISMO 370Z), 6-speed close-ratio

GT-R/GT-R Premium, Dual Clutch 6-speed (sport)

Xterra X, 6-speed (SUV)

Frontier XE/SE 4-cyl, 5-speed (trucks)

Frontier SE V6, 6-speed (truck)



Porsche--------------------------------------------------------------------

Cayenne, 6-speed manual (crossover/hatch/wagon)

Cayenne GTS, 6-speed manual (crossover/hatch/wagon)

Boxter, Cayman, 911, 6-speed manual (sports & convertible)



Saab-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

9-3 Sport Sedan, 6-speed manual

9-3 Convertible, 6-speed manual

9-3 SportCombi, 6-speed manual

9-5 Sedan, 5-speed manual

9-5 Sport Combi, 5-speed manual (hatch/crossover)



Subaru------------------------------------------------------------

Impreza 2.5i/ 2.5i Premium, 5-speed (sedan)

Impreza 2.5I Outback Sport, 5-speed (sedan)

Impreza WRX standard/Premium/Limited , 5-speed (hatchback/crossover)

Impreza WRX STI, 6-speed (hatchback/crossover)

Legacy 2.5i /2.5i Premium, 6-speed (sport sedan)

Legacy 2.5GT Premium/Limited, 6-speed (sport sedan)

Outback 2.5i/2.5i Premium, 6-speed

Forester 2.5X/2.5X Premium, 5-speed (crossover)



Suzuki---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Sx4 Kizashi S/GTS/SLS , 6-speed manual (sedan)

SX4 Sport Sedan S, 6-speed manual

SX4 SportBack GTS, 6-speed manual (hatchback)

SX4 Sedan, 6-speed manual

SX4 Crossover, 6-speed manual

Grand Vitara, 5-speed manual (suv)

Equator Extended Cab, 5-speed manual (truck)



Toyota---------------------------------------------------------------

Yaris 3dr/5dr, 5-speed (hatchback)

Yaris Sedan, 5-speed

Corolla base/X/XRS, 5-speed (sedan)

Matrix base/S/XRS, 5-speed

Camry base/LE/SE, 6-speed

Tacoma Regular Cab, 5-speed (truck)

Tacoma Access Cab, 5-speed & 6-speed (truck)

Tacoma X-Runner, 6-speed (truck)

FJ Cruiser, 6-speed manual (suv)



Volkswagen-------------------------------------------------------------------------

Golf, 5-speed & 6-speed manual

New Beetle, 5-speed manual

GTI, 5- & 6-speed manual (hatchback)

Tiguan, 6-speed manual (crossover)

Jetta SportWagon, 5- & 6-speed manual

Eos Komfort, 6-speed manual (convertible)

Golf TDI, 5-speed & 6-speed manual (diesel)

Jetta TDI, 5-speed & 6-speed manual (sedan, diesel)

Jetta SportWagon TDI, 5-speed & 6-speed manual
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Re: 2010 Manual Stick Shift Cars (manual transmissions) list

#2 Unread post by jstark47 » Thu Apr 07, 2011 5:18 pm

Salespeople have tried to convince me that paddle shifters are "manual transmissions".

NO. They. Are. Not.
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#3 Unread post by Wrider » Thu Apr 07, 2011 7:26 pm

jstark47 wrote:Salespeople have tried to convince me that paddle shifters are "manual transmissions".

NO. They. Are. Not.
Agreed. They are automatics with sensors telling the tranny to shift.
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#4 Unread post by waterbuffalo750 » Thu Apr 07, 2011 11:52 pm

I hate the automatics where you tell it when to shift. I'd rather just have an automatic. If you can't drive a stick, don't pretend.
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#5 Unread post by Wrider » Fri Apr 08, 2011 1:44 am

I agree. On my 01 Dodge Dakota I have one of the rarest combinations of motor/engine made.
10% of the trucks that came out of the factory that year were manual.
Most of those were 6 cylinders.
Most of the rest were Sport interior packages.
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#6 Unread post by Grey Thumper » Fri Apr 08, 2011 6:05 am

I have to admit, I ticked off the automatic box. I'm not really interested in cars as performance vehicles (that's what the bike's for). I just use my car for transportation, so the sense of involvement and control with a manual tranny isn't as important to me.
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#7 Unread post by JC Viper » Sat Apr 09, 2011 3:19 am

You know, I searched out for renting a manual transmission car for my stay in California to no avail. I, for some reason, hate driving automatic. Even if I'm tired, the manual drive keeps me engaged.
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#8 Unread post by Loonette » Sat Apr 09, 2011 5:45 pm

My very first vehicle was a manual ('78 Ford Courier pickup). There were several automatics along the way, but our last three cars have been manuals. Like JC Viper said, I like to be engaged with my vehicle. And I can't ride the motorcycle in the snow, so my Outback keeps me happiest in the winter. Driftin', baby!!!

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#9 Unread post by fireguzzi » Sat Apr 09, 2011 8:55 pm

+1 to jc and loonette. My previous and current car are auto's. bleh! I miss the stick in the celica.
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#10 Unread post by JC Viper » Mon Apr 11, 2011 1:42 am

My brother and I share a Mazda 3 and it has Tiptronic-like semi-auto transmission. It's great if stuck in backed up traffic and you don't want to deal with a clutch but other than that I couldn't deal with it. Going from 1st to 2nd gives me a jolt that I wouldn't get in a manual transmission.

It pretty much seems the standard transmission is going the way of the dinosaur with all these new Autos and semi-autos coming out. A car, after all, has to get from A to B and that's it.
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Re: 2010 Manual Stick Shift Cars (manual transmissions) list

#11 Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Mon Apr 11, 2011 9:36 am

I really like Manual transmissions in cars. Funny enough I never had one till we bought a new 2004 Chevy Aveo5, after that, I was hooked. :D

There is just something more fun about driving a manual, (even in grid lock traffic jams), maybe it's you have more control over what the engine is doing or you can revv it up if you like like a motorcyce or maybe it just gives your left foot something to do... I don't know, but it's "funner". :D

Our next car when we go back to Canada will be a manual. In fact, I've ruled out all automatic transmission only cars.
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