Hidden deep in the options list, you could find manual transmissions for the most unlikely of cars.
I have inappropriate dreams of owning an 850csi with a 6 speed, but the running costs are of the "bankruptcy" variety.
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Porsche proved its sense of humor when it offered the last generation GTS with a stick. While the current GTS is automatic only, you can still get a three-pedal V6 Cayenne. Unlike with the GT3.
The Lincoln came with a clutch (as long as you went for the V6 model). It wasn't terrible either.
Off-road oriented SUVs might have a stick option, but we're talking about a freakin' Hummer here (the best Hummer). vorspiel:
That isn't all that unusual. Off-road oriented SUV's have a stick option a lot of times. The Wrangler (and Wrangler Unlimited), Xterra, and FJ Cruiser still come with sticks if wanted. You can also get Tacomas and Frontiers in stick as well.
The S-Class is all about effortless luxury, right? Nope. This one was about being badass. maximum_sarge
My dad had an S-Class Mercedes with a manual transmission back in the 80's. It was a custom AMG 'show car' imported from Germany back when you could do such things. 540SE AMG wide body conversion, one of only a handful of four door wide bodies ever to exist...
The previous generation Ram was the last full-size pickup in America available with a manual. However, you can still get one with the Cummins diesel in the 3500 and the midsize Tacoma and upcoming Colorado.
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A 4.0 W8-powered all-wheel drive wagon with a manual. Guess how rare it is!
Before GMC came out with there version, Cortez offered a front-wheel drive motorhome with a manual transmission. Sounds like an adventure already!
It wasn't only a few special K-Cars and Dodge Caravans hiding sticks in the cabin, but Chevy Astro minivans too, with Ford's offerings being not far behind.
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