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gear lever

(US and Canadian), gearshift
a lever used to move gearwheels relative to each other, esp in a motor vehicle

gearshift

[′gir‚shift]
(mechanical engineering)
A device for engaging and disengaging gears.
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MARKET leader Maruti Suzuki India Ltd ( MSIL) is betting big on its new compact model Celerio with automatic gear shift to take on arch- rivals Hyundai's Grand i10 and Honda' Brio.
But Honda found some vehicles among the five models allowed a driver to remove the key when the gear shift was not in park mode.
4-litre diesel models but whilst there are no engine changes they are decked out with ToyotaMotorpost 16-inch Pit Lane alloy wheels, roof spoiler, chrome exhaust finisher, brushed alloy gear shift knob, front scuff plates and the suspension is lowered.
With the six speed tiptronic/automatic gear shift in sport you only have to breath on the accelerator and the 450bhp engine whisks this lightweight saloon forward at warp speed.
The driving position, with a wrap-around cockpit and a high-mounted gear shift, was inspired by studies of modern European sports car interiors.
The vehicle is available with a six-passenger configuration, which does away with the center console and puts the gear shift lever on the steering column.
said Friday it is recalling 86,312 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer and GMC Envoy sport utility vehicles for a problem that could cause the gear shift lever to suddenly move out of park.
With its central gear shift and Easy Rider look, they sold well from 1970 onwards.
The model features a new front grille, engine Start/Stop button to phone controls on the steering wheels and Auto Gear Shift
If you want even more performance you can slip the gear shift into Sport, which means it hangs on to every gear until the very last moment and the car flies.
0 VVT-i models), split-folding rear seats, leather trimmed steering wheel with audio controls, leather gear shift trim, and tilt and telescopic steering wheel adjustment.