My first vehicle was a sporty little car. It looked great. Everybody was jealous and none of my friends could beat me when we raced on the back country roads. Other than its speed and visual flare, it was truly a super plain car. There were no power windows. The crank for the driver side window was so stiff that it would regularly provide me a bad cramp by the time it was half way down. Likewise, the locks were self-explanatory manual locks. You had to push down the button on every door individually to lock her up. So all in all it was not a convenient car. Also, that big engine was not the best on gas. The lack of temperature control was the largest issue for me. My parents paid for the gas, but they couldn’t make air conditioning happen no matter how much currency they threw at it. I suppose a modern Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan could have been installed but that would have just been excessive. I knew that heating and cooling had to be a feature of my next car. I did not love anything else. Correspondingly, temperature control was the top priority when I went vehicle shopping. The SUV I ended up buying had an air conditioning that would have been suitable for a luxury jumbo jet. I fell in love immediately. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan was also aided by the fact that this truck was white, so the sun didn’t counteract the air conditioner constantly. To this afternoon, I can’t imagine ever driving a vehicle again that is without common temperature control.