The 2013 Toyota Camry is a comfy little sedan that is exactly connected enough.
2013 Toyota Camry L
Assuming you keep up with preventative maintenance, the 2013 Camry is a beautifully reliable little car. It has enough oomph to pull well up steep roads, high enough clearance to survive gravel roads, and a strong enough engine to make 85mph feel as smooth as 50mph on a freeway. That last is an important point--don't rely on steering wheel vibration or engine noise to tell you your speed. Eighty-five and fifty sound and feel the same. The Camry gets good gas mileage when it's in good repair--I've seen 24 mpg on days spent on short hops and idling with the AC on, and 30+ on long, steady trips. The centre screen has a setting that shows in realtime what your mileage is, as well as how many miles you can expect to go on your current tank of gas, so THAT'S fun. That centre screen also has settings to display your audio--connected bluetooth, CD, USB-sourced, or radio--or phone access. When you're in motion, you can only select numbers from the recent-call log to call out, but when still, you can dial from the ten-key pad displayed. In a perfect world, the screen would also display navigation instructions from my connected phone, but alas, that's not available in the 2013.