We're all hooked on tech.

Smartphones, computers, screens, alexa, siri, google, etc.

And whenever new cars come out the first thing touted is the NEW tech. We got a HUGE screen or multiple screens, etc.

But cars like say Subaru with what most might call backwards, basic operation sell very well.

"Today’s cars are evolving, so it’s not easy to find a new vehicle with a minimal amount of new technology features. However, there are certainly some models without a ton of bells and whistles. In addition, some new-car tech is much less complicated and obtrusive than others. Why pay extra for tech you don’t want or need? This technology will not only cost you money at the outset, but it can also mean there are more systems that may fail and be pricey to repair.

There are a few strategies when it comes to finding a low-tech car. No matter which new vehicle you choose, you’re probably going to want to stick with the base model and make sure it doesn’t come with any extras or packages. In some cases, you’ll need to special order a vehicle like this, since dealers don’t always stock the bare-bones cars."

So give us your best guess of what the percentage of people there are who still want low-tech in their cars and trucks.

And while we're at it, are there any of OUR readers who prefer back to basics on the vehicles they buy?

And take a look at the article linked here with a list of vehicles that still fit that description.

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