Ever wonder if you can still get a car with roll-up windows? For those of you that have only ever know electric windows, we are talking about manual windows. Most people attribute manual windows to economy cars now, but the truth is that even in the economy segment mostly come with electric windows. That said, our partners over at TheCarConnection.com have done some research and found exactly how many cars you can still get with manual windows.

The magic number: 12. If you are asking yourself why anyone in this day and age would want power windows, the only answer we can offer you is cost savings on the purchase price of the vehicle or fear of having to fix “expensive” options. The truth in today’s day and age is that manual windows are bound to cost the car companies more money because the majority of people expect electric windows. When you have to engineer something for a small portion of the population, the return on investment tends to be few and far between. However, if you are dead set on getting manual windows, check out the list of cars below:

  • Chevrolet Aveo
  • Chevrolet Cobalt
  • Ford Fiesta
  • Ford Focus
  • Hyundai Accent
  • Kia Rio
  • Kia Forte
  • Nissan Versa
  • Smart Fortwo
  • Toyota Corolla and Matrix
  • Toyota Yaris


[Source: TheCarConnection.com]