Settle on the Right Model to Suit Your Desire for Manual Transmission

While automatic transmissions have become more widely accepted and the days of standard stick shift driving are seemingly behind us, there are still drivers in the greater Fargo area who prefer the latter. Fortunately for those drivers, our team at Corwin Honda have a strong assortment of models in our new inventory that include the choice of a manual transmission. Whether you're on the hunt for a subcompact sedan or a comfortable compact SUV, you're certain to find a model that is confident and capable of suiting your needs.

  • Honda Fit: The Honda Fit is a great choice for who crave a compact but cozy ride, along with plenty of pep to enjoy getting behind the wheel. The 6-speed manual transmission is offered with the base LX and available EX trims, which include a multi-angle rearview camera, Bluetooth® integration, and a 7-inch touch-screen display.
  • Honda Civic: The Civic greatly benefits from having an available sedan, coupe or hatchback body frame - depending on your preference. As a result, the manual transmission is available in all three types, as well as the LX, Sport, and EX-T trim levels. This reliable model is ideal for new and old drivers alike, with fierce LED headlights and plenty of interior features to enjoy across the various trims.
  • Honda HR-V: The HR-V is perfect for anyone who likes the CR-V, but enjoys a compact feel. It manages to offer a 6-speed manual transmission with 2-wheel drive in the base LX and EX trim levels, but unfortunately doesn't come with the ability to ride in all-wheel drive.
  • Honda Accord: The Honda Accord is a superb midsize sedan with plenty of trim levels that can capably offer the brand's 6-speed manual transmission. Between the base LX, Sport, Sport SE, and EX trim levels, there are plenty of different factors to consider before coming to a final decision. No matter which you choose, you'll have a stronger set of upscale comforts to share with your passengers to every destination.
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