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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3 NEAT The brushed aluminium touches on the steering wheel and the smooth little gear stick
The gear stick, in particular, is pretty nifty; you turn it clockwise or anti-clockwise to change gears and it sinks into the centre stack when not in use.
When that happens the gear stick will not shift into park and the car could roll away unless the parking break is engaged.
If this kind of thing is your predeliction, you may want to match your wheels with a Bentley Continental GT diamond-encrusted gear stick finished in white gold with 30 carat genuine diamonds for 'just' $165,000 (AED 606,048).
Inside there is a white dashboard, air vent surrounds and gear stick cap; bespoke black velour carpet mats with red piping and red Benefit logo, and aluminium pedals.
If the vehicle gear stick is erroneously shifted when the accelerator pedal is applied, or if other abnormal gear shifting is detected, a warning is displayed and engine or motor output is reduced to limit sudden starts or acceleration.
The car features a shiny baby pink body work as well as pink stitching in the seats, steering wheel and floor mats, as well as pink metallic around the gear stick and displays.
Inside, the gold-trimmed interior has jewel-encrusted indicators, a golden steering wheel and a ruby-covered gear stick.
The MiTo Sprint, above, is available in UKA Union Jack inspired colours and comes with more than pounds 1,500-worth of extras, including cruise control, leather steering wheel and gear stick, remote audio controls on steering wheel, Bluetooth hands-free system with voice recognition and media player with a USB port.
Inside the A-star there is no change except the auto gear stick with different modes and the absence of clutch pedal and instrument panel which shows the modes of automatic.
I put it on a friend's gear stick and it got robbed out of the car.
The advert, which airs on Sky Sports, Sky Sports News, ESPN and the Extreme Sports channel, features a bottle of Bavaria Malt being used in the same way as a car's gear stick.