- April 27, 2009
The Best Affordable Tech Car Trio
Best affordable tech cars
People seem quite impressed when they find a navigation system in some car with $25000 and other such stuff, but most of the time you can’t get all the tech stuff in a car that you reckon affordable. You definitely look for loads of tech’s tricks in your auto cabin if have spent some good amount in buying your dream tech car. It’s a fact that you don’t get all the tech of the world in the cabin, but some really effective components are there that provide them a tincture of a true tech car.
Here is a trio that is affordable, but tech-rich inside.
2008 Volvo C30
Volvo has been offering some really affordable cars in the US market time by time and this little sporty looks a great emblem of new tech with past glory. When it comes to tech array of the Volvo, you can pick one with almost all the available tech options these days. The stereo interface inside the C30 is really something that you often crave for in an affordable car. Option for automatic transmission has been left out for the manual.
When it comes to design, this classic hatchback takes some nice effects from the Volvo P1800ES that was developed in 1972-73 and the classic design is aptly represented in an attractive and impressive way. Its two long doors make access easier to its backseats that can be folded down to extend cargo area. According to Volvo claims, the customization options of the C30 can drive 5m configurations.
2008 Scion xB
If you want to see the best tech values in some really affordable new vehicle, the Scion xB is a thing especially for you. There are no more bold and blunt exterior creases and some other characters have also missed, but you would find it a bit bigger and rich with all the tech thing that you want to have in some affordable, but effective tech car.
When it comes to design and inner, outer looks, it has got a less blatant double box shape, but this time with rounded edges. The mature look is not restricted only to its outside, the same sort of maturation can be seen in its interior with loads of given tech options. But there is a major absence of hands-free calling with Bluetooth, while the rest of the list is full of some really impressive and nice option.
2008 Nissan Altima Coupe
With impressive styling and awesome performance, the 2008 Nissan Altima Coupe is, indeed, a king Coupe that has some most advanced but not quite affordable inside tech options including hands-free calling interface and GPS navigation.
Nissan has proved true to make it a true performer with true tech and other coupe features. It serves as an emblem of Nissan dexterity from inside as well as from outside. The tech loaded cabin and stylish outside looks make it a really impressive drive for those who love something incredible to ride.