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The contempo axing of chiral transmissions from the Toyota (non-GR) Yaris and Corolla curve is yet added affidavit the chiral chiral is on its way out in Australia.
Data from the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) shows that aloof over bristles per cent of commuter cars awash in Australia in 2020 were able with a chiral transmission, while alone 1.15 per cent of SUVs had one.
Some brands, like MG and Jeep, don’t currently advertise any cars with chiral transmissions here. Others, like Peugeot and Mercedes-Benz, alone action them in their bartering vehicles.
Manual transmissions still abide broadly accessible in the ute and van segments. But akin in the ute segment, there are signs this is fading. The latest up-spec models in, for example, the Ford Ranger and Toyota HiLux curve are auto-only, while the new GWM Ute is accessible alone as an auto.
The accumulation departure of the chiral chiral isn’t aloof occurring in the boilerplate car and SUV segments. At the top-end of the market, you won’t acquisition abounding chiral transmissions left.
There are no row-your-own Ferrari or Lamborghini models, for example.
Let’s attending at the vanishing few manual-equipped car and SUV options that remain.
There’s not a distinct Mercedes-AMG, or Audi S or RS model, accessible in Australia with a chiral transmission. Meanwhile, BMW offers three M cars.
The cessation of the chiral Z4 sDrive20i leaves the M3 and M4, and the approachable M2 manuals as BMW’s alone three-pedal options.
In the M3 and M4, the chiral