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the lever mounted on the steering column or floor of a vehicle that enables the driver to shift gears.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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The agency says that in some cases the floor
may not match the car's gear.
Big radio and climate controls are mounted reasonably high for easy reach, as is the
Our four-speed had a manual mode, controlled by reaching toward the center stack and notching the
from side to side.
The automatic features a gated shifter, and the
is well placed and a cinch to operate.
, manual or automatic, sprouts from the dash below these buttons.
The center console flows rearward from the dash, housing the navigation screen, climate controls and
The center console houses two cupholders and a bin forward of the
fitted with a grippy pad.
is mounted on the dashboard, and while it looks odd at first, it's easier to use than a column-mounted shifter.
Switch to the manual mode by moving the
into a gate to the right.
Trucks equipped with a column mounted automatic transmission
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