Most of us idealize cars that are far, far from comfortable out of a desire for speed and a certain rawness. We'd rather spend money on a turbo kit than to fix the A/C. Still, most of us ultimately accept comfort when we'veve got to drive hundreds of boring, interstate miles. What's the most comfortable car on the market?
I'm going to throw in a random one here. I just got the Hyundai Azera for a weekend and it's surprisingly nice in the backseat for a near-premium car. The heated/cooled seats work well, there are shades everywhere, and the cabin is a roomy place to hang out. It's not as opulent as most luxury cars, but for the price it's a relaxed place to hang out.
I'm sure you can do better.
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