How to Buy a Manual Car
So what’s the best way to find out if you should buy a manual car? The answer is simple: Ask at your local dealer! They’re the ones who know which customers want manuals, and they’ll be able to steer you toward models that fit your preferences. They may not tell you outright. But if you ask, and ask politely, they’ll likely at least point you in the right direction. After all, it’s in their interest to sell you on a car you’ll love, and a car you’ll keep for a long time. And most dealerships have a huge amount of respect for a customer who knows what he or she wants, and goes out and gets it without being pushed.
What we like best about these cars is their simplicity and the fact they are inexpensive to repair and maintain. They are very easy to drive, require very little attention, and give excellent gas mileage. In general, they have very comfortable seats, good visibility, and are extremely versatile. Some of the cars we like best include the Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, Mazda 3, Hyundai Elantra, and Chevrolet Cruze.
The second thing we like about these cars is they are so dependable. When you buy one of these cars, you don’t have to worry about anything except driving it and showing it off to your friends. In general, these cars have a very long life, require very little maintenance, and are virtually indestructible. Some of the cars we like best include the Ford Taurus, Dodge Ram, Chevrolet Silverado, and the Nissan Sentra.
The third thing we like best about these cars is they are so easy to find parts for. A car typically has a lot of wear and tear parts. Instead of buying a full transmission and deal with complex systems, you can fix a manual transmission more easily.