Some you might be familiar with, some you might not, but no matter what folks are telling you, it's still possible to find a stick shift in nearly every segment.
Just a heads up: This isn't a full, comprehensive list of all the cars with manual transmissions. Would you thumb through 100 slides? Didn't think so.
The F10 M5 continues to offer a six-speed manual, thanks to overwhelming US demand. It's an option, rather than standard equipment. Sadly, this will be the last generation of M5 to offer a manual.
If you order your 2016 Verano with the 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder engine, you can outfit it with a six-speed manual.
The Regal also used to come with a six-speed manual transmission, but it was discontinued for 2016.
Mid-size trucks are one of the segments where the manual continues to thrive. You can find sticks on the Colorado, Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier.
It's only available in one specific configuration, however: 2WD, extended cab, with the 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine.
The SS is one of, if not the last full-size sedan to offer a manual transmission as standard equipment.
That manual transmission mates to a sonorous 6.2-liter V-8 and rear-wheel drive.
The Challenger is the only Hellcat model to offer a Tremec six-speed manual.
The Charger's floorpan was not designed to accommodate a manual transmission, so you can't swap one over from the Challenger without a hell of a lot of work.
A manual transmission is standard equipment on every two-door Wrangler, because this SUV is older than time itself.
In fact, it would be hard to imagine a world where a Jeep Wrangler didn't come with a manual, even as an option.
While a stick isn't available on the smallest CX-3, it's still available on the base-model CX-5.
It's connected to the same 155-horsepower, 2.0-liter inline-four that powers the MX-5 Miata.
Here it is, folks -- the last heavy-duty pickup to offer a manual transmission.
It's available on a wide range of trims, from base all the way up to Laramie, in both 4x2 and 4x4 configurations.
This is the last Subaru crossover to offer a manual transmission.
It's only offered on the bottom two trims, on the weaker of the two engines offered.
While you can't get one on the Passat, you can still opt for a six-speed manual on the swoopier-roof CC.
The stick is available only on the Trend trim, which requires a special factory order. But you can still get it!
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