Everyday Driver Car Debate
Episode 69

MT’s aren’t dead, Canyon Carving at $37K, Fun Cars in the Philippines

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Manual transmissions aren’t dead (yet), especially among enthusiasts.  Dan writes to us asking about suggestions and techniques after buying his first ever MT car.  Another Dan in Northern California has $37K to blow on a fun canyon-carving car—what should he buy?  And finally, Joe in Manila, Philippines has many requirements due to weather, family and exchange rate, but still wants a fun car.

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  • max mays

    The best cars to learn heel-toe shifting are in cars with very short stroke engines. Over-square engines with strokes under 3 inches. These are rare and usually more expensive, but Nissans Z cars are most notable although they generally offset this advantage by having heavy clutch pedals and very rattly stick shifts.