The restructuring game continues at General Motors, except that instead of closing factories or discontinuing cars from its range, the manufacturer this time abandons the manual transmission on its two mid-size vans. You can check for yourself by visiting the GM Canada website and trying to set up a 2019 Chevrolet Colorado or a 2019 GMC Canyon. This is true: none of the versions available this year offered with a third pedal. And not surprisingly, it is once again the weak sales that justify the decision. "We dropped the manual transmission from the Colorado and Canyon for 2019 model year," an insider from Chevrolet told CarBuzz. "Unfortunately, the demand was so low for the manual transmission that it did not justify continuing to offer it." The six-speed manual transmission, which was cheaper, lowers Colorado and Canyon prices, but could only go with the modest 200 horsepower 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine - a much less popular choice than the V6. 3.6 liters or the 2.8-liter turbodiesel - in addition to being limited to two-wheel drive instead of four. The new 2019 Chevrolet Colorado and the GMC Canyon now available at the prices $27,000 and $27,700, respectively, excluded shipping and preparation costs, put everything on the automatic transmission. The four-cylinder engine (petrol or diesel) version comes with six gears, while that V6 engine has eight. So, at this moment we wonder what will be the next model to suffer this fate?