To see which other cars made this list, Top 10 Cheapest Cars With Cooled Seats please visit AutoGuide.com.Spring is here and the weather is getting warmer, but if you’re interested in staying cool then you may want to consider a car with ventilated seats.
Here’s a list of the top ten most affordable cars with cooled seats, a feature that used to be reserved for high-end luxury cars. Now you can get them in just about any kind of car, with the most affordable car on this list costing less than $25,000.
10. Jeep Cherokee FWD Limited (With Vented / Memory Group): $31,285
Spring for the Luxury group of options when buying your Cherokee Limited and you’ll get those ventilated seats to keep you comfortable when things get hot. That package also comes with Bi-Xenon headlights and a power liftgate.
9. Dodge Charger SXT (With Plus Group): $32,990
The Dodge Charger offers a ton of bang for your buck. For starters, this is a full-size sedan that has plenty of space for passengers and cargo. In addition to that, there’s a hefty 3.6-liter V6 engine that makes just under 300-hp. Finally, the Charger can be equipped with tons of cool luxury and convenience features, including a ventilated seat for the driver, as part of the Plus Group of options for SXT models.
8. Ford Fusion Titanium (With heated and cooled seats option): $31,610
The Ford Fusion is a good looking mid-sized sedan that’s comfortable and quick thanks to a 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine. Start ticking off the option boxes and it gets as high-tech and luxurious as what you’d find in Mercedes or BMW. If all you want are ventilated front seats, you can expect to spend just north of 31-grand, which isn’t bad considering just how well appointed the Fusion Titanium is.
7. Hyundai Sonata Limited (With Tech Package): $30,850
The latest Hyundai Sonata may have toned down its styling, but instead the company is offering more features at a lower price. Get a limited model with the tech package for just $30,850, which comes with heated and ventilated seats, a heated wheel and a panoramic sunroof. The package also adds Hyundai’s navigation system, making it a pretty good price to pay for a well equipped mid-sized sedan.
6. Chrysler 200C 2.4L (With Premium Group) $30,505
The Chrysler 200C really stepped up its game for 2015. With a striking new design, the 200C is hard to miss on the road, while the driver has access to a number of cool features including ventilated seats thanks to the premium group of options. It barely costs more than $30,000 and is extremely well equipped making the already attractive 200C an even more enticing purchase for new car buyers ...