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The cars on the road are no longer just vehicles getting us from point A to point B, like they did when your grandparents drove them. What in the past were heavy steel cars that on a good day got 10 to 15 miles per gallon have evolved into technologically superior modes of transportation inclusive of Bluetooth and GPS navigation. The technology that is found in these cars isn’t just available in luxury models but has become widely available in all levels of cars, especially cars priced under 25,000 dollars.

One: Hyundai Elantratech 1

The Hyundai Elantra is an elegantly designed small sedan that is both cheap in cost and widely enjoyed by customers that are looking for a fuel efficient car. Hyundai’s Elantra offers its drivers the comfort of 27 miles per gallon city and 37 miles per gallon highway. The sticker price ranges between 17,000 dollars and 22, 000 dollars. The car doesn’t skimp on the tech either as one might expect with the relatively low sticker price. The car offers customers the availability of a seven inch screen, GPS navigation, Bluetooth and voice recognition software to help the driver and occupants navigate the many entertainment features of the car. Hyundai has also begun offering a BlueLink service which is Hyundai’s version of OnStar, which will alert emergency services in the event of an accident. The car’s software also allows for the driver to sync up the car to an available app on one’s smart phone to open and access the car via Bluetooth.

tech 2Two: Kia Forte

Kia has been stepping up their game in recent years producing such cars like the Forte which have revolutionized the way the public views the company. The Forte offers its customers what has become an average fuel economy for most cars in its class, allowing its drivers more time on the road and less time at the pump. The Forte gets 25 miles per gallon city and 37 miles per gallon highway. Comfort features on this sedan are neither short nor lacking when it comes to the 2014 Kia Forte. Dual zone auto climate control, LED taillights, power heated and air ventilated leather seats, and HID headlights are all available in the Forte. Kia also features the UVO software which allows the driver and occupants to use the navigation system and entertainment systems all for a total sticker price of between 16,000 dollars and 21,000 dollars.

Three: Toyota Corollatech 3

Toyota has the largest global sales number per year than any other car manufacturer currently producing. Alongside their continually popular Camry model, the Toyota Corolla weighs in at one the most popular small sedans that is affordable, fuel efficient and tech savvy on its own. With a sticker price of 16,900 dollars and 20,000 dollars, the car offers its drivers a wide range of user friendly tech. Toyota has been pairing the Corolla with varying apps available on the smart phone market so that the customers may personalize their cars as much as possible. Corolla offers its customers traffic information and weather information systems as well as Bluetooth availability and a USB port for added entertainment. Toyota even took the tech in the Corolla a step further so that text messages could be received and replied to within the information system in the car.

tech 4Four: Dodge Dart

When Dodge brought back the Dart, it amped up the tech in car to appeal to a younger generation rather than the older generation that first drove the Dart way back when. The car offers what is often regarded as the most up to date connectivity software on the market. The UConnect system that the Dart offers its customers is both user friendly an super fast. The entire system allows the driver and occupants to control just about everything in the car via the UConnect system from the climate control to the radio and entertainment systems. The screen from which all this is controlled is also a lot bigger than most of its competition in the same class, measuring in at 8.4 inches. The Dart is competitively priced with a sticker price at about 16,500 dollars to about 23,000 dollars achieving 25 miles per gallon city and 36 miles per gallon highway.

Each of the cars mentioned above are cheaper vehicles offering their drivers the comfort of higher luxury sedans and the tech now widely expected that once were premium features. With an average cost between 16,000 dollars and 25,000 dollars, the cars have become a staple of performance and comfort within the industry. While the list only includes 4 tech savvy cars they are not necessarily the top of the industry and all around appeal comes down to the individual driver, the cars are a shining example of modern cars and tech evolving together and making their way into the popular sales of the auto industry.


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