As you’re probably aware, there’s an ever-diminishing roster of cars available with a manual transmission. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t still choices. While manual cars no longer can be counted on to save money at the gas pump—today’s automatics are generally more efficient—for a certain subset of the population, including many of us here at MotorTrend, there’s nothing like a car, truck, or SUV with three pedals.
Among the changes to this list for 2022, the sole entrant from Lotus has sailed into the sunset, while a renewed sports car by Nissan joins the analog squad. In 2021 we also said au revoir to the iconic VW Golf, at least here in America. The workaday Hyundai Veloster got the axe and now only exists in N form, and Aston Martin has decided to kill the manual from its upcoming lineup. Finally, the Genesis G70, Hyundai Accent, and Kia Soul have also parted ways with the manual transmission for the 2022 model year. But there are still holdouts, thank goodness; read on to find out where you can still exercise your left foot.