gear lever

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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
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RED HOT Z Infotainment system is underlined in red gloss and the insets on the leather steering wheel and gearstick look the business
It's been about four years since I last drove a car with a manual gearbox and even then the gearstick was on the other side.
I would sooner cut off my gearstick than take to the wheel with that grim circle of yellow stars on my car.
You have to stir it along on the five-speed gearstick but that's no hardship either thanks to a very light clutch and a direct action.
On average, the dirtiest part of the car was the gearstick with 356 germs per square centimetre.
It's equally special inside, where its high-mounted gearstick and lofty driving position provide the perfect environment for tackling urban gridlock.
You only have to look at the cabin's centre console,which is in the form of a 'flying bridge' supporting the gearstick to realise that the Auris has attitude.
Dr Whitaker also said a DNA profile found on the gearstick of the orange camper van which the couple were driving was 19,000 times more likely to have come from Murdoch than from anyone else in the population.
Hop inside and you instantly feel at home in the large leather seats while surrounded by soft-touch plastics and alloy-effect door slats, openers and gearstick surround.
They include a pounds 67,000 Rorgue stove, cupboard handles mimicking the shape of a Ferrari gearstick, and a walk-in size fridge.
And Gordon didn't skimp on detail: cabinet handles were made to order, based on the design of the Ferrari gearstick and his sound system is loaded with 2,000 hours of music.
And, while the steering wheel, gearstick gaiter and handbrake lever are leather bound, new-style seats are upholstered in a novel metallic effect fabric.