Find the latest tech in these late-model used vehicles.
Buying a late-model used vehicle can be a smart, budget-friendly way to get the features you want in your next ride. Read on to learn about some of the latest and greatest car and truck tech!
Seats that cool, warm, and even massage you
Some domestic vehicles that offer massage seating include the 2017 Ford Explorer Platinum and the 2016 Cadillac Escalade Premium. Imports that feature these massaging, inflating and deflating air chambers include the 2017 Audi Q7 Prestige and the 2017 BMW 750i.
Many 2017 cars offer Android Auto standard, including these models:
Some late-model used cars offering Apple CarPlay connectivity come standard in these models:
For iPhone® users, many 2017 vehicles can display the phone's familiar icons on their navigation screens and let drivers use the interface for navigation, to play music, or to make hands-free calls.
Turbocharge your ride
More driver-assist options
Along with rear- and side-view cameras, many manufacturers have developed vehicles that offer drivers a 360-degree, panorama view around their cars. Nissan’s Around View® monitor system is popular on select trims of vehicles like the 2016 Maxima Platinum and the 2016 Rogue SL. Toyota’s late-model vehicles, like the 2017 RAV4 (Limited and Platinum trims), 2016 Highlander (Limited/ Limited Platinum trims) give drivers a “Birds Eye View” of their vehicles to help with added visibility while parking.
Late-model electric and hybrid vehicles
Many of these models have advanced features like smartphone compatibility, rearview cameras, and other driver-assist features.
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