If you’re like most Americans, you spend a lot of time in your car, so finding out about 2011 cars with most comfort may be something that sparks your interest. Of course, there are all kinds of vehicles consumers buy – and they’re not all cars, either, but we usually lump them in the same category for convenience sake.
For this list of 2011 cars with most comfort, however, we’ll just stick to cars. We’ve selected a few from the midsize and full-size sedan categories.
- 2011 BMW 3-Series – With a breadth of lineup that includes sedan, coupe, wagon, and hard-top convertible body styles, the 2011 BMW 3-Series offers entry-level
luxury buyers solid choices in the midsize category. Edmunds observes: “The base seats are comfortable and supportive, while the Sport package’s purpose-built seats are even more so. Materials and built quality are exceptional; even the standard leatherette (vinyl) upholstery looks and feels better than one would expect.” Starting MSRP is 33,650 for the 2011 BMW 328i sedan.
- 2011 Buick Regal – If you’re looking for an affordable, yet upscale midsize sedan that’s truly comfortable, check out the 2011 Buick Regal. All-new for 2011, Regal is the ideal blend of balanced performance, comfort, style, and luxury. MSRP begins at $26,245 for the midsize 2011 Buick Regal. AutoBlog says: “The Regal’s interior is similarly full of win. It’s easy to find a comfortable seating position, visibility is quite good and the dashboard is attractive, modern, and generally well laid-out.”
- 2011 Cadillac CTS – For pure driving pleasure, not to mention comfort, you owe it to yourself to sit behind the wheel – and in the back seat – of a 2011 Cadillac
CTS. Make it any model of the midsize CTS, coupe, sedan, or wagon. For that matter, treat yourself to the ultimate and test-drive the high-performance Cadillac CTS-V (coupe, sedan, and wagon models). Starting manufacturer’s suggested retail prices (MSRP) for CTS are $35,165 (sports sedan), $38,165 (coupe), and $38,265 (sport wagon). For CTS-V, all models begin at $63,465 MSRP. Consumer Guide comments: “Seats are roomy and supportive, though some testers complain the cushions are too firm for ideal long-distance comfort…CTS-V’s sport seats have more-pronounced bolstering with no major comfort penalty. CTS-V’s optional Recaro-brand seats have handy power-adjustable bolsters to tailor an ideal comfort and support ratio.”
- 2011 Ford Fusion – Now, for an affordable midsize sedan choice – the 2011 . Reviewers are almost unanimous in praise for the Fusion’s blend of crisp
handling, choice of three levels of engine power, and available all-wheel drive (AWD), as well as for the inviting and upscale interior. Edmunds remarks: “Here is what gives the Fusion a leg up. First, the interior is filled with nice materials. It may not be that snazzy to look at, but everything just feels nicer than the stuff they’ve been putting in the [Toyota] Camry and [Honda] Accord.” There are seven models available with 2011 MSRP starting at $19,820 for I4 S and up to $28,340 for Fusion Hybrid.
- 2011 Ford Taurus – While some argue the upper trim levels of the 2011 may steal sales from prospective Lincoln buyers, fans of the Taurus probably
won’t mind at all. The full-size Taurus seats five in comfort and style, and at an affordable price that begins at $25,355 (SE) and up to $37,955 for Taurus SHO. Consumer Guide designates the 2011 Ford Taurus as Recommended and says: “The front-bucket seats are all-day comfortable. The available multi-contour seats feature power lumbar support with air bladders that automatically inflate and deflate to provide something of a massage function.”