U.S. News: Sedans With the Most High-Tech Features for the Money

In order to keep up with the ever-changing car industry, automakers must work harder to ensure that their vehicles are well-rounded. Today, we expect our new cars to perform well and to deliver on advanced technology. We’ve gathered a list of the best cars of 2020 that provide you with the most high-tech features for the money. 

2020 Chevrolet Sonic

Starting price: $16,720

The Chevy Sonic is one of the best cars in the subcompact car class because it’s surprisingly sporty and good on tech. This is why we are pretty bummed that General Motors decided to kill off this little sedan. While the Sonic’s infotainment system doesn’t look particularly fancy, it does offer many of the most desirable connectivity features. 

Standard infotainment features on the Sonic include a 7-inch touchscreen, wifi hotspot, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The Sonic also offers many advanced safety features too. This Chevy is an overall good value buy which is why U.S. News named it as one of the best cars for the money in 2020. 

2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid

Starting price: $23,100

The Toyota Corolla Hybrid is also another non-luxury model that’s great on available tech. For 2020, the Corolla stands out in its class for its impressive fuel economy rating of a combined 52 mpg. The Corolla also has the same powertrain system as the Toyota Prius. This makes the Corolla Hybrid a good option for those who want outstanding fuel efficiency and Toyota reliability but without the funky design  the Prius has. 

With the 2020 Corolla Hybrid, you get plenty of advanced safety and infotainment features. Each Corolla Hybrid comes with Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 which includes forward-collision warning and pedestrian detection. This hybrid also comes with Amazon Alexa, navigation, and other smartphone integration features. 

2020 Mercedes-Benz A-Class

Starting price: $32,800

Mercedes-Benz is an innovator when it comes to luxury performance and high-tech. The German carmaker’s new A-Class sedan is relatively affordable and features the remarkable MBUX infotainment system. Base A-Class models feature a 7-inch touchscreen display setup and a digital instrument panel. A 10.25-inch display setup is available on the higher trim level. But we’d say the coolest thing about the MBUX infotainment system is the voice assistant feature. This available feature is prompted by a simple “Hey Mercedes” which can really make driving easier and more entertaining. 

2020 Genesis G90

Starting price: $72,200


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The Genesis G90 is a stunner inside and out. This 2020 model features two different potent engine options and a laundry list of standard features. On the inside, the G90 is celebrated for its wonderfully detailed interior that provides plenty of space for five passengers. 

The G90’s lush cabin is complemented by an expansive sunroof and a sharp-looking 12.3-inch touchscreen. Standard infotainment features on the G90 include wireless device charging and navigation. The 2020 model year also marks the addition of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard features too.