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Every Model Year 2024 Manual-Transmission Car, Truck, and SUV

Want a car with a manual transmission? Here’s what’s available in the U.S. in 2024.

2024 Toyota GR Corolla Circuit Edition(Photo/Toyota)
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The new manual-transmission car is a rare breed these days. Given that there’s no substitute for that connected feeling when rowing through the gears yourself, it’s worth seeking out what’s still available with a manual gearbox on the U.S. market today.

Though there is some hope in Toyota’s dreams of a stick-shift EV, we might be seeing the twilight years of rowing your own gears in a new vehicle. Current options are limited, but the stick shift is not dead yet.

While your average commuter will hardly appreciate it, there are still purists who prefer the stick shift for its simplicity and engagement. Here is a complete list of all the model year 2024 manual-transmission cars, trucks, and SUVs.

Just remember, get them while you can!

(Jump to the bottom if you just want the raw list without the specifics.)

U.S. 2024 Manual-Transmission Cars



2024 Acura Integra Type S

After a 17-year hiatus, the Acura Integra returned in 2023 and kept some semblance of its high-performance roots with a rev-happy 200-horsepower 1.5L turbocharged four tied to a quick shifter with short, meaningful throws. The A-Spec performance package comes with a rev-matching six-speed manual that is always spot-on the money with every gear change.

Acura has also added another stick-shift model for 2024 in the form of the Type S. This is the hottest version of the Integra, boasting a 320-horsepower 2.0L turbocharged four, Brembo brakes, adaptive dampers, and an extra 2.8 inches of width to fit beefier rubber underneath.

Not only is it offered with a six-speed manual, the Type S is only available with that stick shift. There’s not an automatic transmission to be found, letting you make the most of the engine’s performance and enjoy the feel of the titanium shift knob inspired by the modern classic Integra Type R.

Aston Martin


Aston Martin Valour
(Photo/Aston Martin)

The Aston Martin Valour is a model too exclusive even for James Bond. The car’s 705 ]-horsepower 5.2L V12 and six-speed manual with a wood and metal shifter should certainly be a treat and help ensure that the car is incredibly desirable. The only issue is that this is a million-dollar machine limited to just 110 copies to be produced for the world. Still, it sure looks good while it gives those 110 left feet something to do while their owners are behind the wheel.



dark orange 2023 bmw m2 driving fast through a canyon | manual transmission car

The newest generation of the M2, built on the G87 chassis, is once again intended to provide maximum performance. It has a more distinctive appearance, a specially tuned chassis, and a twin-turbocharged inline-six tuned to 453 horsepower. Staying true to its performance values, the 2024 M2 has rear-wheel drive and a standard six-speed manual gearbox.


gray 2022 BMW M3 (G80) driving along the road | manual transmission car

Say what you will about the front kidney grilles on the BMW M3, there’s no denying that the standard six-speed manual transmission is made for driving enthusiasts. That said, BMW configures the M3 sedan with a 3.0L twin-turbocharged S58 inline-six engine producing 473 horsepower in base form, 503 ponies in the Competition model, and 543 horsepower in the new-for-2024 CS model.

It’s the base M3 sedan that gets a manual transmission, as the overachieving M3 Competition and the ultra-fast CS only come with an eight-speed M Steptronic automatic. The rear-wheel-drive base sedan boasts that engine, adaptive dampers, and a sports suspension tuned magnificently.


2022 BMW M4 Competition Coupé with M xDrive | manual transmission car

In previous years, BMW offered more options for manual transmissions in its 4 Series lineup. Unfortunately, the G82 platform has reduced offerings with a stick shift. But not all is lost.

One model retaining the manual option is the 2024 M4 coupe, which can be ordered with a six-speed. Similar to the M3, you’ll thoroughly enjoy the third-pedal experience every time you get behind the wheel of this fantastic feat of German engineering.


Not many manual transmission options get added to the list anymore, especially not to existing models, but BMW has just done it. The Z4 roadster, like its Toyota Supra coupe sibling did last year, adds a manual transmission for 2024.

It will only be offered on the M40i trim along with a 382-horsepower 3.0L twin-turbo inline-six. It will also be part of a package expected to add $3,500 to the price of that car. But BMW is offering it, and that’s a win for anyone who wants their left foot to get in on the fun of driving.


CT4-V Blackwing

2023 Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing driving on race track

The CT4-V is a striking sports sedan that can be outfitted with a six-speed manual if you opt for the top-shelf Blackwing model. Under its hood, the rear-wheel-drive sedan is powered by a 3.6L turbocharged V6 that makes 472 horsepower.

Cadillac, in an interesting appeal to manual enthusiasts, markets the CT4-V Blackwing as a sedan that is engineered to perform both on the track and as a daily driver — and look good doing it. It’s a surprising choice, but it might be one of the best 2024 manual transmission cars on the market.

CT5-V Blackwing

ct5-v blackwing

If the CT4-V looks like good fun, but you just need more room and more power, step on up to the CT5-V Blackwing. This slightly larger sedan gets outfitted with a 6.2L supercharged V8 that’s good for a whopping 668 horsepower.

And you get hands-on control of all those ponies with a six-speed manual. Not bad for one of Cadillac’s last gasoline-powered performance sedans.



chevrolet camaro

One of America’s most renowned muscle car platforms can still be shifted manually in coupe or convertible configurations. Chevy offers a manual transmission with every Camaro engine choice, though 2024 is the last year for this generation of the car, and no replacement has been announced.

Last year’s 275-horsepower 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder is gone, but Chevy still offers three impressive engines: The 335-horsepower 3.6L 6-cylinder, the brawny 455-horsepower 6.2L V8, and the fire-breathing supercharged 650-horsepower ZL1 model. Best of all, each can be had with a six-speed stick shift.

There’s not a slouch in the bunch, and even the six will sprint to 60 mph in just 5.4 seconds. The lightning-fast supercharged LT4 found in the ZL1 will blast to 60 in just 3.5 seconds! If you want plenty of ponies under the hood, the Camaro is one of the best 2024 manual-transmission cars for you.



2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse

The Mustang is Ford’s legendary entrant into the modern muscle wars. It’s also all-new for 2024, boasting a new cabin, increased tech, updated styling, and, of course, a range of powerful engines.

It’s a big disappointment, but Ford has dropped the manual transmission from the entry-level 2.3L EcoBoost four-cylinder models. Its V8 cars, like the 5.0L Mustang GT and the newly developed 500-horsepower track-ready Mustang Dark Horse, do still come standard with a six-speed manual, though. The GT gets a Getrag ‘box, and the Dark Horse a stronger Tremec. Both of them have rev-matching, so even manual transmission novices can sound and feel like pro drivers.


orange 2022 ford bronco parked in the wild

The 2024 Ford Bronco comes in a wide range of models, and luckily for manual lovers, the retro-modern, adventure-loving SUV comes standard with Ford’s seven-speed manual transmission — complete with crawler gear.

Ford gives you loads of options when it comes to configuring your Bronco, but not all of those choices let you get the stick. The seven-speed manual is available only with the 275 horsepower (300 on premium gas) 2.3L turbocharged four-cylinder and not either V6, meaning no Wildtrak or Raptor. The stick isn’t offered on Outer Banks or Everglades trims, either, even with the 2.3L engine.

If you prefer stick-shifting your way through your off-road adventures, it’s hard to beat this versatile machine.

Gordon Murray Automotive


GMA T.33
(Photo/Gordon Murray Automotive)

Gordon Murray is an automotive legend who has designed title-winning Formula 1 racing cars and the McLaren F1 road car. In a sort of retirement from mainstream automakers, he designed the T.33. It’s a twin-seat car he calls a “day-to-day” supercar. The looks are polarizing, but the driving experience is said to be exceptional.

It comes with a 4.0L twin-turbo V12 engine designed by Cosworth that produces 607 horsepower and can spin to 11,000 rpm. Better yet, it is sold only with a six-speed manual transmission; Murray canceled plans for an automatic because when the company offered it for sale, nobody wanted one.



white 2023 honda civic type r driving fast on a race track

Honda’s Civic has been sold in the U.S. since 1973, and it’s always had a manual option. That doesn’t change some 50 years later. And luckily for 2024, you can opt for a manual in the Civic Si, Civic Hatchback, and Civic Type R.

To get the Civic hatchback with a stick shift, you’ll have to select the Sport or Sport Touring trim level. The former gets a 158 horsepower 2.0L four-cylinder, and the latter makes 180 horses from a 1.5T.

If a proper trunk is your preference, the Si outfits the sedan with a light-shifting, rev-matching six-speed manual and a 200-horsepower 1.5L turbo-four.

The 2024 Honda Civic Type R gets its giddy-up and go from a 315-horsepower 2.0L turbocharged inline-four and a precise six-speed manual transmission. The previous generation Type R is a car that people will still hold dear to their hearts, but this latest generation generates new excitement with added power and a look that is much more elegant.

Overall, it has a smoother, cleaner appearance, with the rear wing taking on a more refined and less aggressive look. But it’s still serious with rec-match control, a limited-slip differential, and a lightweight flywheel to help the engine sing.


Elantra N

2024 Hyundai Elantra N

The Veloster was eliminated from Hyundai’s 2023 lineup for the North American market to make room for its electric-powered cars and crossovers. This leaves the 2024 Hyundai Elantra N sedan as the lone wolf with a third pedal.

The N trim package comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission that has rev-matching. To go along with a 2024 facelift, it will get new lightweight wheels, stiffer suspension bushings, and better brake cooling.

The 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine makes 276 horsepower and has plenty of get-up-and-go. Plus, with a spacious interior, a few sport upgrades, and N Drive Mode (with launch control), the Elantra N delivers on all fronts.



2024 Jeep Gladiator

Gladiator is Jeep’s pickup offering. It’s powered by a 285-horsepower 3.6L V6 and is connected to a six-speed manual transmission. All versions, from the basic Sport package to the off-road-capable Rubicon model, feature a manual gearbox with short initial gear ratios.

A refresh for 2024 added a new grille, a more refined cabin, and available power seats. But every single one still includes a rugged part-time 4WD system with a low-range transfer case, making them one of the more versatile models of the 2024 manual-transmission vehicles.


2024 Jeep Wrangler

Jeep’s Wrangler is a legend among 4WD vehicles. It’s loved by off-roaders around the globe, and for 2024 it gets an update that brings the cabin up to the minute when it comes to tech and refinement. Despite the changes, the Wrangler is still available with a six-speed manual transmission when mated to the 285-horsepower 3.6L V6 engine. That means the stick shift is standard on all trim levels except for Sahara, High Altitude, and the V8 monster that is the Rubicon 392.

Wrangler’s 4WD system uses a manually engaged two-speed transfer case. The much-adored SUV is available in two- or four-door variants and is extremely capable off-road, especially when modified with some quality off-road parts.



2023 kia forte gt driving on a curvy road

Literally, the last Kia sedan for the U.S. market that can be manually shifted is the compact Forte. You’ll need to upgrade to the GT Manual package with a six-speed manual transmission to get the ol’ stick shift added on.

The GT Manual does justice with a 1.6L turbocharged engine sending 201 horsepower to the front wheels. It also comes with larger front disc brakes and a free-flowing exhaust system, making this a spunky sedan.



Koenigsegg CC850

Swedish carbuilder Koenigsegg has brought back a manual transmission for the limited edition CC850. The 5.0L twin-turbo V8-powered car and its 1,185 horsepower were developed as a 50th birthday present for company founder Christian von Koenigsegg.

The whole car is an amazing bit of engineering and detail, but the manual transmission is truly exceptional. It is Koenigsegg’s nine-speed Light Speed Transmission, which is normally a multi-clutch style automatic. Koenigsegg added a function it calls the Engage Shifter System, which simulates six manual gears.

It’s not just a flappy paddle, this one has a real six-speed gate and a clutch pedal that does clutch things. You can also leave it in auto mode, and ignore the shifter and clutch. This is one we’d love to see spread around to other cars.



2023 Lotus Emira Hethel Yellow driving

The Lotus Emira is the last of the fully petrol-powered Lotus vehicles and a follow-up to the impressive Evora GT. It’s a beautiful mid-engine British sports car available with a manual. A 400-horsepower supercharged V6 delivers power to the rear wheels via an available manual gearbox and a limited-slip differential.

Drawing inspiration from the Evija hypercar, it also has a lightweight composite body and a host of other goodies to make it a bantamweight street fighter, typical of the Lotus tradition.



red 2020 Mazda3 hatchback parked on the street

Undeterred by the waning interest in stick shifts, the Mazda3 hatchback continues to offer a six-speed manual — but only in the Premium trim level. If you happen to come across one of these rare rides, it’ll have front-wheel drive and a 186-horsepower 2.5L four-banger under the hood.

MX-5 Miata

2019 Mazda MX 5 Miata

A modern classic, the fourth-generation MX-5 Miata is a living legend among sports cars. While not the fastest, this convertible is one of the most fun cars available, especially for the money.

Like any classic sports car, a manual gearbox is standard fare. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a sewing-machine-smooth 2.0L engine cranking out 181 horsepower. This year, every manual-transmission car gets a new limited-slip differential.

The MX-5 is available with a manually folding soft top or a power-retractable hardtop.


Cooper Hardtop & Convertible

mini cooper

Not every MINI model is offered with a manual, but you do have two stick shift options in the 2025 lineup. The MINI Cooper Hardtop (that includes both the two- and four-door models) and Convertible both come with a standard six-speed manual.

For the two-door hardtop, you can choose from the Cooper, Cooper S, and John Cooper Works models, which range from 134 up to 228 ponies for the JCW package. Four-door and Convertible models come in Cooper and Cooper S with the stick.


2023 mini clubman cooper s driving through city in iceland

The MINI Clubman is a fun compact wagon with a distinctive appeal. The six-speed manual is restricted to the 189-horsepower Cooper S trim, but antics abound despite not having the option to manually change up the gears in the more powerful John Cooper Works ALL4 model.



Nissan Z

Nissan’s Z cars have a long history of performance — over 50 years, to be exact. They’ve always been available with a manual transmission as well.

This tradition continues with the latest Nissan Z. It offers a six-speed manual transmission hooked to a 400-horsepower 3.0L twin-turbo V6 in both the Sport and Performance trims. Though Nissan doesn’t offer the stick in the top-spec Nismo track model, there is still plenty of three-pedal Z to go around.


red 2023 nissan versa

The subcompact Versa underwent a refresh last year but retains its original powertrain. The five-speed manual transmission is still standard, although only in the base-level S model.

The 2024 Versa has a 122-horsepower 1.6L mill under the hood powering the front wheels. Nissan boasts that the Versa features the most standard safety technology in its class and can net up to 35 mpg on the highway.

(We know that’s an SR in the photo, but Nissan hasn’t bothered to take any of the lowly S.)



Pagani Utopia

The Pagani Utopia is just the company’s third-ever model. Like the Zonda and Huayra that came before, it uses a V12 built specially for it by Mercedes-AMG. This one displaces 6.0L and it makes 852 horsepower.

The mid-engine car uses a special seven-speed manual transmission that was developed by Xtrac and is also exclusive to this car. The boutique Italian automaker is building just 99 copies of the stunning Utopia, but that figure might grow with possible convertible and special editions down the road.



718 cayman

The mid-engine Porsche 718 variants include Boxster and Spyder convertibles and the Cayman hardtop.

The entry point is a 300-horsepower 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder, which is available on the base model and purist-leaning Boxster/Cayman versions. If you’d desire a bit more power, the S models get a larger 2.5L turbocharged four-cylinder with 350 horsepower.

Sports car enthusiasts with expensive taste should step up to the range-topping GTS models. Linear power delivery and intoxicating harmonics define the 400-horsepower, 3.0L, naturally aspirated six-cylinder engine.



When most people think of Porsche, they think of the quintessential 911. While it’s evolved a lot over the years, it is still available with a seven-speed manual gearbox.

The 911 has the option for a manual in most of the Carrera and Targa variants. These iconic sports cars can be had in a variety of body styles and power outputs. The stick is also offered on the GT3 models and the 911 S/T, though GT3 RS, 911 Dakar, and all 911 Turbo models are auto-only.

Undoubtedly, these are serious German high-performance machines that can be had in nearly any option to satisfy any Porsche buyer, especially those with their heart set on getting one of the best 2024 manual-transmission cars.



Subaru BRZ

The BRZ is part Subaru, part Toyota. And it features a 228-horsepower 2.4L naturally aspirated Subaru boxer engine. The rear-drive sports car is a ton of fun to drive, and it even has a back seat, albeit a small one. And yes — a six-speed manual transmission is available.

This is also the only non-AWD Subaru for sale in the U.S. today.


Subaru WRX

Built on rally racing DNA, Subaru’s WRX sports sedans offer a gusty turbocharged engine and tuned suspension system for outstanding performance.

The WRX has a 2.0L four-cylinder making 268 horsepower and is available with a six-speed. If you go with the WRX, you’ll get a fast, fun four-door sedan offering great performance in a variety of road conditions.



red toyota gr86 driving | manual transmission cars

Toyota’s track-bred GR86 can be had with a six-speed manual in the base trim package. With that, you get a 2.0L four-cylinder boxer engine that delivers 228 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque — which is plenty peppy for Toyota’s compact sports car.

Though the premium package gets upgraded with paddle shifters, less is more if you want to row your own gears. Plus, the starting price of under $30,000 for the 2024 GR86 MT is pretty compelling.

GR Corolla

supersonic red 2023 Toyota GR Corolla manual transmission cars driving fast on a race track

Toyota’s Corolla has long been a bastion of reliability, economy, and steadfast transportation. If you want to stir your gears, you’ll have to opt for the saucy GR Corolla, which is exclusively available with a six-speed intelligent Manual Transmission (iMT) with rev-matching.

GR Corolla’s short throw shifter and moderately tuned clutch keep drivers engaged with hands-on thrills. Reimagined by Gazoo Racing, this all-wheel drive hot hatch is seriously motivated by the compact-yet-powerful G16E-GTS turbocharged, three-cylinder engine that outputs an impressive 300 horsepower.


2023 Toyota Supra parked on a race track | a manual transmission car

Thank the forces and passionate souls that brought together BMW and Toyota to bring us the fifth-generation Supra after a long hiatus. Most everything underneath the skin comes from the German automaker’s Z4, but the bodywork is thoroughly Japanese and incorporates small hints of Toyota’s sports car heritage.

Its revival in 2019 came with two engine options — a turbocharged 2.0L inline-four and a turbocharged 3.0L inline-six. Though it didn’t arrive until a few years into the car’s run, Toyota fixed the absence of a manual in 2023.

The 2024 Supra gets a six-speed manual gearbox in the GR Supra 3.0, 3.0 Premium, and 45th Anniversary Edition models. Toyota tells us that the new six-speed manual was developed specifically for the Supra’s 3.0L, straight-six engine.


2024 Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport

The Toyota Tacoma is brand new for 2024, including new engines and its first-ever hybrid system. But you can still order a six-speed manual behind the 2.4L turbocharged four-cylinder. The manual gets rev-matching and anti-stall assistance, and will only be available on Double Cab pickups including SR, TRD Sport, and TRD Off-Road grades. All will feature 4WD with a high/low range transfer case to get you through snow, sand, mud, or rocks.


Golf GTI

2022 VW Golf GTI | classic example of manual transmission cars

Volkswagen has already announced that 2024 will be the last model year for buyers who want a stick-shift. So, act fast. The fun-to-drive 2024 Golf GTI, one of the best hot hatchbacks out there, makes 241 horsepower. All Golf versions are known for their European feel and German engineering.

As a final-year bonus, all manual transmission GTIs get a GTI 380 special equipment pack that comes with special wheels and adaptive suspension.

Golf R

2023 VW Golf R, a manual transmission car, turning a corner at speed

From a performance standpoint, the 315-horsepower Mk8 Golf R certainly excites, especially with the stick shift at hand. This hot hatch knows how to dance nimbly around the corners and is a pure joy to drive.

A six-speed is still standard, it even costs less than the seven-speed DSG automatic transmission. You’re saving money! Unlike the GTI, Volkswagen hasn’t announced the stick is dead this year. That said, its days are clearly numbered.


2022 Jetta

Volkswagen continues to offer some of the most affordable ways to get a manual transmission. There’s no better way to show that than the VW Jetta sedan starting from $21,435. Both the S and Sport grades offer a six-speed manual transmission, both powered by a 158-horsepower 1.5L turbocharged four-cylinder.

Alternatively, pick the Jetta GLI in Autobahn or 40th Anniversary Edition trims to get the six-speed gearbox paired with a turbocharged 2.0L four-banger making 228 horsepower. Expect a similar driving experience to the Golf/GTI, but with a locking trunk.

36 Model Year 2024 U.S. Market Manual-Transmission Vehicles

  • Acura Integra
  • Aston Martin Valour
  • BMW M2
  • BMW M3
  • BMW M4
  • BMW Z4
  • Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing
  • Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing
  • Chevrolet Camaro
  • Ford Bronco
  • Ford Mustang
  • Gordon Murray Automotive T.33
  • Honda Civic
  • Hyundai Elantra N
  • Jeep Gladiator
  • Jeep Wrangler
  • Koenigsegg CC850
  • Lotus Emira
  • Mazda Mazda3
  • Mazda MX-5 Miata
  • MINI Clubman
  • MINI Cooper
  • Nissan Versa
  • Nissan Z
  • Pagani Utopia
  • Porsche 718
  • Porsche 911
  • Subaru BRZ
  • Subaru WRX
  • Toyota GR Corolla
  • Toyota GR86
  • Toyota Supra
  • Toyota Tacoma
  • Volkswagen Golf GTI
  • Volkswagen Golf R
  • Volkswagen Jetta
2024 Acura Integra Manual

2024 Manual-Transmission Cars

Every year, the list of cars equipped with three pedals and a stick shift becomes ever more sparse. And yes, it’s gotten even worse for 2024, with Subaru and Toyota dropping some of their best choices.

While 2024 manual-transmission cars might be the driving enthusiast’s choice, new, more modern automatic transmissions can offer better performance, a step up in fuel economy, and can shift faster than any human can.

But for some, driving a car with a manual gearbox offers the feeling of more control and a more direct connection with the vehicle.

While there are still purists out there who only buy manual-equipped vehicles, these cars are getting harder and harder to come by. So if you’re in the market, don’t delay. These 2024 manual-transmission cars might disappear soon! 

2023 Hyundai Elantra 6-speed manual shifter

Frequently Asked Questions

How many 2024 model year manual-transmission cars are sold in the US?

There are 36 2024 model-year vehicles on offer in the U.S. market with a manual transmission.

How many automakers sell manual-transmission cars for the US market in 2024?

There are 19 manufacturers offering model-year 2024 vehicles with a manual transmission on the U.S. market.

What new manual-transmission trucks can you buy in the US in 2024?

The Toyota Tacoma and Jeep Gladiator are the only trucks that you can buy new in the U.S. with a manual transmission in 2024.

interior photo of 2023 Jeep Wrangler 6-speed manual transmission
2023 Jeep Wrangler with 6-speed manual transmission; (photo/Jeep)

What is the most powerful car you can buy in 2024 with a manual transmission?

The Koenigsegg CC850 is the most powerful manual-transmission car you can buy in 2024. It has an insane 1,185 horsepower!

What is the quickest car you can buy in 2024 with a manual transmission?

The 2024 Koenigsegg CCS850 goes from 0 to 60 mph in a blistering 2.5 seconds. It offers 1,185 horsepower, fed through a six-speed manual transmission.

What 2024 manual-transmission car has the fastest top speed?

The 2024 2024 Koenigsegg CCS850, equipped with the six-speed manual transmission, has the fastest top speed of any manual-transmission car on offer in the U.S., topping out somewhere north of 280 mph.

Which car is best for manual transmission?

It’s the high-performance vehicles that are bringing the third pedal back or any vehicle that benefits from added driver involvement. Excellent examples of high-performance vehicles that stir the soul, as well as the gears, are the BMW M2/M3/M4, Honda Civic Type R, Ford Mustang GT, Toyota Supra, and Porsche 911.

Even the Jeep Gladiator and Wrangler are configured with a manual transmission. These models are bred for off-road antics, bringing a closer connection with the driver and surrounding terrain.

front view of 2023 Toyota Tacoma driving on gravel road

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