A car with a powerful suspension and sports seats hugging the body may seem very funny, and so it is. However, sometimes all you need is something that will gently and comfortably take you home from the office or go somewhere with your family. Based on this, here is a list of the most comfortable cars available for sale today.
Kodiaq is the definition of a full—fledged family car, because it is easy to drive and has a practical interior.
Step inside and you'll be greeted by an intuitive design with a selection of infotainment screens that are all easy to use and feature Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard. The Kodiaq has space for seven people or you can use it as a five-seater car with a large trunk.
You can choose a car with a manual or automatic transmission, front or all-wheel drive, with a diesel or gasoline engine. If you are not going to drive many kilometers, we would stop at a frisky and smooth 1.5-liter gasoline engine, which is surprisingly economical for such a large car.
Skoda Superb Estate
Drivers praise its excellent ride, but in fact there is a long list of reasons why the Superb is at the top of the list of the best cars in terms of comfort.
Most of them can be attributed to the interior. It seems very well made, but without excessive pretentiousness, and has a well-thought-out design, complemented by intuitive infotainment displays. The space, meanwhile, is very generous at the front, while the space at the back needs to be seen to be believed, and the huge trunk is just the icing on the proverbial cake.
Skoda has not tried to endow the Superb with sharp reactions, it carefully takes turns, but the emphasis is on comfort with a suspension that can withstand the worst that the roads can offer. The car is offered with a large selection of engines, including a hybrid, which allows you to make short trips on electricity.
Toyota C-HR is a crossover whose hybrid engines make it very comfortable. This may seem unexpected due to the sporty design of the coupe.
Inside, the Toyota interior is very well insulated and seems solid, and the large infotainment screen located at the top of the dashboard is easy to navigate and gives the rest of the cabin an uncluttered look. The Toyota seats four adults — although because of the small rear windows, the back seat is a bit cramped — and the trunk is a good size.
The highlight of the C-HR is its hybrid engines, which run on electric power most of the time in the city, providing impressive fuel economy figures. Even when the gasoline engine turns on on the highway, Toyota works quietly and does not fail much on bumps.
The Peugeot 3008 shows that an extremely sensible car doesn't have to be boring — its striking design is unlike anything else for this price.
There is not a single half-finished work in the Peugeot cabin, the interior attracts attention as well as the exterior, and the sculptural dashboard is full of various shapes and textures. Instead of analog dials, you can install a digital instrument panel. Since this is an SUV, the 3008 has room for four adults and a fairly large trunk.
The 3008 suspension is well thought out. It easily absorbs bumps, but does not roll when you enter the car into turns. PureTech's tiny gasoline engines are also very quiet when you're driving on the freeway.
Since the Skoda Superb Estate already appears on this list, it probably won't be a big surprise to find a hatchback version here.
As in the station wagon, there is a deep quality in the Superb that does not depend on fancy finishes to convey its point of view. The doors close with a solid thud, and all the plastics of the interior seem soft and expensive. As you would expect from a Superb, the space in the rear seats is very impressive, and the trunk is simply huge.
Skoda has equipped the Superb with a suspension that perfectly copes with irregularities and is the perfect complement to its quiet interior. At the same time, he also confidently enters the turns. The engines are available in a wide range: from 1.5-liter gasoline to 280-horsepower 2.0-liter, which is an upgraded version of the engine installed on the Volkswagen Golf R.
Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer
Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer is not only a great family car, but also very comfortable.
To a large extent, the comfort of the C4 is due to how much space there is inside. Citroen is a real seven—seater car, and even when all the passengers are busy, there is still room for laying soft bags. The design itself is full of Gallic style with a two-tone color scheme and fabric trim.
It's fair to say that Citroen is not the most agile car on turns, but it is safe and predictable, but it shows itself best on the motorway, where you will find that the noise of the wind or tires is very insignificant. Choose diesel if you have a large annual mileage, if not, it is better to choose gasoline.
Mazda CX-5 is one of those cars that manages to be good at almost everything: it is surprisingly good at driving for a large SUV, comfortable driving and a quiet interior.
The landing at the wheel is spot—on, and the small steering wheel and elongated steering wheel create the feeling that the Mazda MX-5 sports DNA has migrated further along the model range. However, it still has room for four adults, and the trunk is large and practical. Driving even seems sporty. It does not roll much in turns, and the six-speed manual transmission works quickly and accurately. Mazda 2.2-liter diesel engines quickly accelerate the CX-5 and provide high fuel economy.
As the Hyundai Ioniq proves, hybrids not only have excellent fuel economy, but are also very pleasant to drive thanks to their ability to run on silent electricity.
Inside you will find a thoughtful interior with an infotainment display that has a clear and intuitive menu structure. The Ioniq's aerodynamic roof slightly reduces the head space in the back seat, but still four adults can comfortably accommodate, and the trunk is large, although a little small.
The Ioniq is a very easy—to-drive car thanks to its easy handling, and the dual-clutch gearbox allows the engine not to squeal when accelerating, as the Toyota Prius does. Naturally, the fuel economy is excellent, and the Ioniq can reach over 100 km per hour.