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You'll be Enjoyable in These 10 Cars Even if in Traffic Jam(2)

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5. The Mazda3 is an extremely competent choice, and although it is among the smaller cars on this list, you won’t hate being in it for long durations. The back seats may seem a bit small for any passengers you may have with you, but the front row is plenty spacious and comfortable. A power sunroof can be a beautiful thing (as long as you’re not stuck in a tunnel for hours) and can help you enjoy the weather while you’re outside. The Mazda Connect infotainment system is probably the best you can find in small cars. Its tablet-like touchscreen display offers everything you’ve come to expect from a fully equipped infotainment system, Car DVD player, including mobile WiFi access. The Mazda3 also has an i-ELOOP regenerative braking system, which transfers the kinetic energy of braking to the electrical components of the car. This is great for traffic, because you’ll do plenty of braking, so your infotainment system will have plenty of power without hurting your gas level too much.

2015 Hyundai Genesis

4. Let’s not dance around the main issue here: The Hyundai Genesis is a straight-up bargain. Thanks to Hyundai’s desire to bolster its foothold in the U.S. market, the Genesis offers many of the same gizmos and gadgets as its European, Japanese and American competitors for significantly less. Our test model was just about fully loaded and stickered at $52,450—that’s about where cars like the BMW 5 Series, Mercedes-Benz E-Class and Lexus GS start. For that price you’ll get a heads-up display, Hyundai’s advanced steering system, lane-keeping assist, parking assistance and a slew of other cool features. Add to that the Genesis’s ultra-premium leather and even we wouldn’t mind sitting around in Boston traffic. If you want ultimate luxury and don’t want to fret about your wallet while waiting to get into the city, look no further than the Genesis.

2014 Rolls-Royce Ghost

3. The odds are poor that you’d actually be stuck in traffic with a Rolls-Royce Ghost, because chances are you’d have a police escort. But being stuck in a Ghost would be a dream for your typical daily commuter, even without a chauffeur. We recommend that you actually drive this exquisite beast, powered by a 6.6-liter V12 engine that produces a beautiful 563 hp and 575 lb-ft of torque. Leather and wood cover every inch of the interior, and of course premium leather covers the seats. The Ghost comes with satellite HD radio, a 14-speaker 600-watt audio system and a hands-free communication system. Space and comfort are absolutely abundant in the Ghost. It’s a vehicle designed to be comfortable without price in mind, so it’ll cost you a cool $250,000+, but it’s pretty well worth it.

2014 Chrysler 300

2. The Chrysler 300, Chrysler’s attempt at a luxury sedan, is an absolute beast when it comes to room, comfort and technology. The 300 offers some of the best features for the price that you can find anywhere. With the most expensive trim coming in at just around $50,000, the 300 offers so many features you won’t mind spending the extra couple hours sitting in the car. Premium leather seats cradle front and rear passengers with multi-level heating, and the driver has the benefit of a heated steering wheel. It really feels nice. Cooled and heated cupholders will ensure that your ice won’t melt quickly and your coffee will stay warmer longer. Of course, the 300 includes Chrysler’s Uconnect system, so any of your entertainment needs can definitely be taken care of, be it via Car GPS, CD, MP3, USB or WiFi.

2014 Land Rover Range Rover

1. The Land Rover Range Rover is a giant in the auto world. Long a symbol of British engineering and design, the Range Rover is famous for its irreproducible combination of luxury and off-road prowess—this is what makes the Range Rover our top pick for people stuck in traffic jams. With the Range Rover, traffic is no longer a sad fact of your commute, it is a choice you can make. Want to sit in traffic? Great, you’ll enjoy the Range Rover’s numerous amenities, like adjustable interior mood lighting, 8-inch touchscreen navigation, Bluetooth audio streaming and Meridian Surround Sound. Don’t want to sit in traffic? No problem. With the ability to ford over 35 inches of water and climb a 34.7-degree slope, the Range Rover will take you home over even the roughest of terrain—no more waiting for those pesky 2-wheel-drive cars to get out of your way. 

What vehicle would you pick to endure a traffic jam?


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