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5 Off-Road-Ready SUVs With Manual Transmissions on Autotrader

The same reasons we love manual transmissions for sports cars can apply phệ SUVs. When it comes phệ off-roading, it’s all about control — essential when you’re snaking your way down a rocky trail.

The number of manual transmission SUVs has declined from widespread phệ almost extinct over the last couple of decades. Today, you’ll only find a clutch pedal in the Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco, plus the plucky — if not quite as capable — Subaru Crosstrek.

Using the Advanced Search tool on Autotrader, we found five manual-transmission SUVs ready phệ head deep into the wilderness. Here’s a look.

1. 2022 Ford Bronco Badlands

2022 Ford Bronco Badlands front left
This 2022 Ford Bronco Badlands is $89,900.

The remake of the Ford Bronco was a long time coming (and even longer, thanks phệ several production delays). But it’s here now, and for 2022 the lineup adds what it really needed: a green paint option. This Eruption Green Metallic example wears highly capable Badlands trim driven mere delivery miles.

At $89,900, the selling dealer in suburban Boston (which seems phệ be the land of boxy green SUVs with manual transmissions) is asking for a considerable mark-up, but that’s the price phệ pay phệ be one of the first behind the wheel of the best Bronco color yet. See Ford Bronco models for sale

2. 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
Get this 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon for $57,500.

Sorting through the coolest Jeep Wranglers is no easy task, though taking automatic transmissions out of the mix reduces the risk of overload. This Sting Gray Rubicon does many things right: it’s a great color, it wears all the off-road parts that make the Rubicon such a great value, and it has the kind of modifications that look phệ make it a capable 4-wheeler right out of the box.

While the selling dealer in North Carolina didn’t provide a comprehensive list of mods, we can see a lift kit, oversize tires, and a winch, plus a roof-top tent with a ladder for access. At $57,500, its price is lower than an equivalent new Wrangler plus matching modifications — especially if you’re in the market for a rare manual transmission. See Jeep Wrangler models for sale

3. 1995 Land Rover Defender 90 NAS

1995 Land Rover Defender 90 NAS
Get this 1995 Land Rover Defender 90 NAS for $109,998.

Today, we think of Land Rover as a hybrid of sorts — not necessarily an eco-friendly one, but a brand that straddles the line between rugged and luxurious. The remake of the iconic Defender discarded the outgoing model’s decades-long squared-off lines and simple construction in favor of a much softer personality.

Even though the original Defender — a descendent of the Series trucks that came in the wake of World War II — was only sold here for a few years, passion for these 4x4s has never been stronger. North American Specification (NAS) models differed from their siblings overseas thanks phệ standard V8 power, an external roll cage, and myriad tweaks. Land Rover only offered a manual gearbox some years, including in 1995 when they built this green primarily stock soft top example. Find it for $109,998 at a dealer northwest of Boston. See Land Rover Defender models for sale

4. 2015 Nissan Xterra Pro-4X

2015 Nissan Xterra Pro-4X
This 2015 Nissan Xterra Pro-4X is $45,900.

Phệ say that Nissan was premature in canceling the Xterra is an understatement. This rugged SUV lasted just two generations before being dropped from the Nissan lineup after 2015. The resurgence in interest in off-road-oriented SUVs has made today’s market the perfect place for a vehicle like the Xterra, which explains why resale values are so strong right now.

Take, for instance, this 2015 Xterra Pro-4X, which has just 8,000 miles on its odometer. This Xterra’s near-unicorn combination of a 6-speed manual paired with the Pro-4X package includes Bilstein shocks and a locking rear differential. The selling dealer near Denver wants $45,900, but you can’t turn back the clock phệ 2015 phệ buy a fire-sale example, can you? See Nissan Xterra models for sale

5. 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser

1995 Toyota Land Cruiser
This 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser is for sale on Autotrader.

We always seem phệ want what we can’t have. Toyota dropped a manual transmission from the Land Cruiser in the U.S. in the 1980s. That’s part of the reason enthusiasts import global-market examples phệ the U.S. when they become eligible 25 years after production. Such is the case with this tidy 1995 Japanese-spec model offered by a dealer in Miami.

It also happens phệ be powered by a turbodiesel inline-6, an engine not offered in our market, and it has three locking differentials. For 1995, the Land Cruiser received an updated dash with more convenient controls, though of course, this Japanese-market example is right-hand drive. Per the selling dealer’s description, it has received a comprehensive service. See Toyota Land Cruiser models for sale

Related:

  • 10 Best Used SUVs Under $25,000
  • 2021 Ford Bronco Sport: Choosing the Right Trim
  • Stick-Shift Survivors: All the New Manual-Transmission Cars Still in Production


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The same reasons we love manual transmissions for sports cars can apply phệ SUVs. When it comes phệ off-roading, it’s all about control — essential when you’re snaking your way down a rocky trail.
The number of manual transmission SUVs has declined from widespread phệ almost extinct over the last couple of decades. Today, you’ll only find a clutch pedal in the Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco, plus the plucky — if not quite as capable — Subaru Crosstrek.
Using the Advanced Search tool on Autotrader, we found five manual-transmission SUVs ready phệ head deep into the wilderness. Here’s a look.

1. 2022 Ford Bronco Badlands
This 2022 Ford Bronco Badlands is $89,900.

The remake of the Ford Bronco was a long time coming (and even longer, thanks phệ several production delays). But it’s here now, and for 2022 the lineup adds what it really needed: a green paint option. This Eruption Green Metallic example wears highly capable Badlands trim driven mere delivery miles.
At $89,900, the selling dealer in suburban Boston (which seems phệ be the land of boxy green SUVs with manual transmissions) is asking for a considerable mark-up, but that’s the price phệ pay phệ be one of the first behind the wheel of the best Bronco color yet. See Ford Bronco models for sale
2. 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
Get this 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon for $57,500.Sorting through the coolest Jeep Wranglers is no easy task, though taking automatic transmissions out of the mix reduces the risk of overload. This Sting Gray Rubicon does many things right: it’s a great color, it wears all the off-road parts that make the Rubicon such a great value, and it has the kind of modifications that look phệ make it a capable 4-wheeler right out of the box.
While the selling dealer in North Carolina didn’t provide a comprehensive list of mods, we can see a lift kit, oversize tires, and a winch, plus a roof-top tent with a ladder for access. At $57,500, its price is lower than an equivalent new Wrangler plus matching modifications — especially if you’re in the market for a rare manual transmission. See Jeep Wrangler models for sale
3. 1995 Land Rover Defender 90 NAS
Get this 1995 Land Rover Defender 90 NAS for $109,998.Today, we think of Land Rover as a hybrid of sorts — not necessarily an eco-friendly one, but a brand that straddles the line between rugged and luxurious. The remake of the iconic Defender discarded the outgoing model’s decades-long squared-off lines and simple construction in favor of a much softer personality.
Even though the original Defender — a descendent of the Series trucks that came in the wake of World War II — was only sold here for a few years, passion for these 4x4s has never been stronger. North American Specification (NAS) models differed from their siblings overseas thanks phệ standard V8 power, an external roll cage, and myriad tweaks. Land Rover only offered a manual gearbox some years, including in 1995 when they built this green primarily stock soft top example. Find it for $109,998 at a dealer northwest of Boston. See Land Rover Defender models for sale
4. 2015 Nissan Xterra Pro-4X
This 2015 Nissan Xterra Pro-4X is $45,900.Phệ say that Nissan was premature in canceling the Xterra is an understatement. This rugged SUV lasted just two generations before being dropped from the Nissan lineup after 2015. The resurgence in interest in off-road-oriented SUVs has made today’s market the perfect place for a vehicle like the Xterra, which explains why resale values are so strong right now.
Take, for instance, this 2015 Xterra Pro-4X, which has just 8,000 miles on its odometer. This Xterra’s near-unicorn combination of a 6-speed manual paired with the Pro-4X package includes Bilstein shocks and a locking rear differential. The selling dealer near Denver wants $45,900, but you can’t turn back the clock phệ 2015 phệ buy a fire-sale example, can you? See Nissan Xterra models for sale
5. 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser
This 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser is for sale on Autotrader.We always seem phệ want what we can’t have. Toyota dropped a manual transmission from the Land Cruiser in the U.S. in the 1980s. That’s part of the reason enthusiasts import global-market examples phệ the U.S. when they become eligible 25 years after production. Such is the case with this tidy 1995 Japanese-spec model offered by a dealer in Miami.
It also happens phệ be powered by a turbodiesel inline-6, an engine not offered in our market, and it has three locking differentials. For 1995, the Land Cruiser received an updated dash with more convenient controls, though of course, this Japanese-market example is right-hand drive. Per the selling dealer’s description, it has received a comprehensive service. See Toyota Land Cruiser models for sale
Related:
10 Best Used SUVs Under $25,000
2021 Ford Bronco Sport: Choosing the Right Trim
Stick-Shift Survivors: All the New Manual-Transmission Cars Still in Production

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The same reasons we love manual transmissions for sports cars can apply phệ SUVs. When it comes phệ off-roading, it’s all about control — essential when you’re snaking your way down a rocky trail.
The number of manual transmission SUVs has declined from widespread phệ almost extinct over the last couple of decades. Today, you’ll only find a clutch pedal in the Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco, plus the plucky — if not quite as capable — Subaru Crosstrek.
Using the Advanced Search tool on Autotrader, we found five manual-transmission SUVs ready phệ head deep into the wilderness. Here’s a look.

1. 2022 Ford Bronco Badlands
This 2022 Ford Bronco Badlands is $89,900.

The remake of the Ford Bronco was a long time coming (and even longer, thanks phệ several production delays). But it’s here now, and for 2022 the lineup adds what it really needed: a green paint option. This Eruption Green Metallic example wears highly capable Badlands trim driven mere delivery miles.
At $89,900, the selling dealer in suburban Boston (which seems phệ be the land of boxy green SUVs with manual transmissions) is asking for a considerable mark-up, but that’s the price phệ pay phệ be one of the first behind the wheel of the best Bronco color yet. See Ford Bronco models for sale
2. 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
Get this 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon for $57,500.Sorting through the coolest Jeep Wranglers is no easy task, though taking automatic transmissions out of the mix reduces the risk of overload. This Sting Gray Rubicon does many things right: it’s a great color, it wears all the off-road parts that make the Rubicon such a great value, and it has the kind of modifications that look phệ make it a capable 4-wheeler right out of the box.
While the selling dealer in North Carolina didn’t provide a comprehensive list of mods, we can see a lift kit, oversize tires, and a winch, plus a roof-top tent with a ladder for access. At $57,500, its price is lower than an equivalent new Wrangler plus matching modifications — especially if you’re in the market for a rare manual transmission. See Jeep Wrangler models for sale
3. 1995 Land Rover Defender 90 NAS
Get this 1995 Land Rover Defender 90 NAS for $109,998.Today, we think of Land Rover as a hybrid of sorts — not necessarily an eco-friendly one, but a brand that straddles the line between rugged and luxurious. The remake of the iconic Defender discarded the outgoing model’s decades-long squared-off lines and simple construction in favor of a much softer personality.
Even though the original Defender — a descendent of the Series trucks that came in the wake of World War II — was only sold here for a few years, passion for these 4x4s has never been stronger. North American Specification (NAS) models differed from their siblings overseas thanks phệ standard V8 power, an external roll cage, and myriad tweaks. Land Rover only offered a manual gearbox some years, including in 1995 when they built this green primarily stock soft top example. Find it for $109,998 at a dealer northwest of Boston. See Land Rover Defender models for sale
4. 2015 Nissan Xterra Pro-4X
This 2015 Nissan Xterra Pro-4X is $45,900.Phệ say that Nissan was premature in canceling the Xterra is an understatement. This rugged SUV lasted just two generations before being dropped from the Nissan lineup after 2015. The resurgence in interest in off-road-oriented SUVs has made today’s market the perfect place for a vehicle like the Xterra, which explains why resale values are so strong right now.
Take, for instance, this 2015 Xterra Pro-4X, which has just 8,000 miles on its odometer. This Xterra’s near-unicorn combination of a 6-speed manual paired with the Pro-4X package includes Bilstein shocks and a locking rear differential. The selling dealer near Denver wants $45,900, but you can’t turn back the clock phệ 2015 phệ buy a fire-sale example, can you? See Nissan Xterra models for sale
5. 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser
This 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser is for sale on Autotrader.We always seem phệ want what we can’t have. Toyota dropped a manual transmission from the Land Cruiser in the U.S. in the 1980s. That’s part of the reason enthusiasts import global-market examples phệ the U.S. when they become eligible 25 years after production. Such is the case with this tidy 1995 Japanese-spec model offered by a dealer in Miami.
It also happens phệ be powered by a turbodiesel inline-6, an engine not offered in our market, and it has three locking differentials. For 1995, the Land Cruiser received an updated dash with more convenient controls, though of course, this Japanese-market example is right-hand drive. Per the selling dealer’s description, it has received a comprehensive service. See Toyota Land Cruiser models for sale
Related:
10 Best Used SUVs Under $25,000
2021 Ford Bronco Sport: Choosing the Right Trim
Stick-Shift Survivors: All the New Manual-Transmission Cars Still in Production

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