Get ready for a thrilling ride with a new Honda model

By Product Expert | Posted in FAQ, Honda Civic, Honda Fit on Friday, August 3rd, 2018 at 4:08 pm

New Honda Models with Manual Transmission 

Many drivers enjoy having a vehicle with manual transmission, liking how driving becomes more personal and feeling the roar of the engine through it.  And to provide options for drivers who prefer stick shift, there are several new Honda models with manual transmission available. 

2018 Honda Civic with Manual Transmission 

Having been one of Honda’s most popular models for years, the 2018 Honda Civic continues to impress drivers with its efficient engineering, amazing amenities and superior safety standards.  And no matter which variant of the Civic you choose—coupe, sedan, hatchback—your driving experience will be memorable.  Each version offers a couple of trims that have 6-speed manual transmission as the standard, or the option for CVT, as well as terrific fuel efficiency. 

 

Coupe

Sedan

Hatchback

MT Trims
LX, EX-T
LX, EX-T
LX, Sport
Fuel Economy (CTY/HWY)* for the LX
28 / 39 MPG
28 / 40 MPG
29 / 38 MPG
Fuel Economy (CTY/HWY)* for the EX-T/Sport
30 / 41 MPG
31 / 42 MPG
29 / 38 MPG

2018 Honda Civic Coupe parked on a desert road

2018 Honda Civic Sedan parked on a bright ramp

2018 Honda Civic Hatchback parked at night in a city


[Learn More: 2018 Honda Civic Engine Options & Performance Specs]


2018 Honda Civic Si with Manual Transmission 

Like the regular Civic, the 2018 Honda Civic Si has both a coupe and sedan option that drivers can choose from.  The Civic Si offers a more aggressive and bold style that is partnered with a more athletic body structure which is built for performance.  And the interior is just as bold with racing-style aesthetics and features to make driving more thrilling.  The 6-speed manual transmission is equipped with a 205-horsepower I4 engine with Single-Scroll Turbocharger, delivering a strong performance while still being efficient. 

MT Trims
Si Coupe
Si Sedan
Fuel Economy (CTY/HWY)*
28 / 38 MPG
28 / 38 MPG

2018 Honda Civic Si Coupe parked at night in a city

2018 Honda Civic Si Sedan with mountainous backdrop

2018 Honda Civic Type R driving on a race track in a desert2018 Honda Civic Type R with Manual Transmission 

Following the racing-style idea of the Civic Si, the 2018 Honda Civic Type R takes performance and handling to a new level.  This hatchback gives a commanding presence and authoritative attitude while on the road.  For thrill-seeking drivers, this is the Civic to go for. 

The Civic Type R features a 306-horsepower 2.0-Liter VTEC® engine with Single-Scroll MHI TD04 Turbo and Internal Wastegate, 6-speed manual transmission with Rev-Match Control, specialized driving modes, finely tuned suspension and innovative Center-Exit Triple Exhaust System.  You will feel the power, precise control and handling and efficiency of the Type R; in fact, this incredible hatchback has an EPA-estimated fuel rating of 22 MPG in the city and 28 MPG on the highway.* 

2019 Honda Fit EX-L in Orange Fury driving on a bridge2019 Honda Fit with Manual Transmission 

Continuing from the 2018 model, the 2019 Honda Fit still offers the choice of manual transmission to drivers.  The Fit is outfitted with a 1.5-Liter engine that is paired with 6-speed manual transmission and Eco Assist™ System.  But the real kicker is the 95.7 cubic feet of passenger space and 16.6 cubic feet of cargo room.  You won’t have to compromise with the Fit in order to accommodate occupants or to bring anything with. 

 

Check Out: 2019 Honda Fit Trim Levels

MT Trims
LX
Sport
EX
Fuel Economy (CTY/HWY)*
29 / 36 MPG
29 / 36 MPG
29 / 36 MPG


If you are interested in a new Honda model that features manual transmission, you can contact us online or by calling us at 631-328-2060 for more information on our available models.  If you have one in mind already, you can arrange a test drive as well!  Schedule a Test Drive at Atlantic Honda

*Based on 2018/2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-package/condition, and other factors.  

One Response to “Get ready for a thrilling ride with a new Honda model”

  1. RUSS FURNAS says:

    Does the Honda Civic EX 2018 come with a manual transmission?

    TKX

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