Is there a simple car out there with few gadgets?

I'm looking for a car for my 81 year old mother with the least amount of gadgets. Is there a car out there that has buttons and levers for the radio and heating?
She currently drives a Toyota Avensis

Asked on 16 January 2020 by Stephanie Nagus

Answered by Andrew Brady
A Dacia might be a good option. They're pretty basic, with rotary controls for the heating and simple buttons for the radio on lower-spec models. Alternatively, look at a low-spec city car like a Kia Picanto.
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