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Peter Cheney/The Globe and Mail Drive Video video Peter Cheney Video The Globe and Mail Drive Video My plan included a great father-and-son adventure: after he conquered the clutch, Will and I would take my six-speed Lotus to North Carolina to
Constable Clint Stibbe Jared Sales for The Globe and Mail Globe Drive Are the Porsche sales figures yet another sign of the driving apocalypse? I realized a while ago that manual shifting is going the way of the horse-drawn carriage and the vinyl LP
Researchers are hard at work to make sure that autonomous cars will be safe. In doing so, a wealth of technology is making its way into today's vehicles. AP video video Surveillance video shows the moment a car swerves into a pedestrian, flipping him
June 11, 2012 Chevrolet Sonic hatchbackCourtesy of netcarshow.com Never covering itself in glory, the unremarkable Chevrolet Aveo will be quickly forgotten in the wake of its replacement, the 2012 Chevrolet Sonic. Never particularly important to
Demand for manual transmissions among U.S. drivers is on the rise, an industry research group said. Ironically, just as automakers figured U.S. drivers were not interested in manual transmissions, the demand for stick shifts has returned, researchers
March 26, 2012 from MR Seventy years ago, 70 percent of U.S.-made cars came with a stick shift...His whole career, he has watched the sales of cars with stick shifts decline. And when Ferrari failed to offer a manual option for the new 458 Italia, he
Manual transmissions haven't disappeared yet, but they might well be on their way to joining the dodo bird and 8-track tape player -- at least in all but the European imports. I recently drove the redesigned 2012 Nissan Versa around Seattle for a
According to an exclusive interview with just-auto.com, high performance transmissions specialist Oerlikon Graziano suggests that the need for a manual gearbox option is disappearing at the supercar end of the automotive market. just-auto's analyst
Associated Press You can't tell from recent sales figures that Honda's long-running Civic small car is months away from a ninth-generation-model debut. The current, 2011 Civic is selling fine, even setting a record for December sales at year-end 2010.
You can't tell from recent sales figures that Honda's long-running Civic small car is months away from a new, ninth-generation model debut. The current, 2011 Civic is selling fine, even setting a record for December sales at year-end 2010.