Its cabin electronics are all very solid, with traffic integrated into the navigation system and an ELS audio system that produces very fine sound. We also like the scenic road database, which guides you to some of America's most picturesque sights.
Hyundai has also been pushing the cabin tech, fitting the Sonata with an excellent voice command system, iPod integration, and navigation that includes traffic, weather, and other information.
Infiniti offers the usual round of cabin tech, very good navigation, stereo, and phone systems. But pushing the boundaries, Infiniti also includes an all-around camera system, letting you negotiate tight quarters without fear of a dent.
Mini offers a solid audio system, iPod connectivity, and a Bluetooth phone system. An available navigation system is easy to use and cleverly placed in the center of the speedometer.
A little slow to get on the cabin tech bandwagon, Subaru is finally coming around, fitting the WRX with a decent navigation system and an even better stereo.