Which cars have the simplest to use touchscreen systems?

I am looking at small SUVs but there is a load of difference in their touchscreen infotainment systems. I’m mid-70s and I don’t want to distract from my driving by difficult touchscreens. Which are the simplest to operate please?

Asked on 23 January 2020 by David

Answered by Andrew Brady
Whichever you go for, you'll soon become familiar with it. I find Volkswagen Group infotainment systems very simple to use - so consider a Volkswagen T-Cross or Skoda Kamiq. Alternatively, consider a Dacia Duster. It's a budget model, and lower-spec models (such as the Essential) comes with a simple radio rather than an infotainment system.
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