Time was, a broad spectrum of station wagons were on offer from nearly every manufacturer. Then, somewhere down the line, the station Wagon fell out of favor in popular culture. Considered old-fashioned; basically too much like what their parents drove, Baby Boomers abandoned the station wagon for minivans and SUVs. The model has yet to fully recover from this stigma. These days, you have to be a very confident manufacturer to put a car on the market and declare it to be a station wagon. Interestingly, this doesn’t mean station wagons are gone, it just means they’re referred to by different names; small crossovers, four-door hatchbacks, Sport Wagons—basically anything except station wagons. In a subset this small, the sub-subset of models offering manual transmissions is even smaller. Here they are…