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Five great used cars with heads up display

Heads up display brings technology that was developed for fighter jets to your used car for a safer ride. Heads up display (HUD) reduces your chance of experiencing a dangerous distraction while driving by displaying critical information like your speed and navigation directions right in your line of sight so that you don’t have to look away from the road to know what turn you need to make next.

If someone calls you, instead of looking down at your phone, cars with HUD technology can bring up the caller ID and option to accept or decline right up on the windshield, making it safer for you to respond. Some systems also display road sign information and cruise control functions.

While you might expect HUD technology to be available only in the newest or top of the line cars, there are a number of great used cars with heads up display that you can find in Carvana’s inventory [1] right now.

2016 BMW 7 Series [2]

One of the best features of having heads up display in the 2016 BMW 7 series is its ability to project in real-time and full color, lane lines and cars on the road during foggy or other low visibility situations. Other things to love about the BMW 7 series include: a premium cabin interior, incredibly quiet, smooth ride, complete infotainment system with gesture controls, large trunk, and expansive rear seating.

2016 Volvo XC90 [3]

Volvo has long been known for safety and the inclusion of heads up display just strengthens that reputation. Other appealing features of the XC90 include: a turbocharged 316 horsepower engine, all-wheel-drive system, quiet ride, and roomy interior.

2016 Lexus RX [4]

In addition to the heads up display benefits already mentioned, the Lexus RX makes your ride enjoyable with slick features that include: a comfortable, well-appointed interior, smooth ride, good reliability, and a completely redesigned model for the 2016 year.

2016 Mazda3 [5]

While you’re watching your driving directions on the lower part of your windshield, you’ll also enjoy these features of the Mazda 3, which make it a popular used car choice for discerning buyers.

2016 Toyota Prius [6]

In addition to heads up technology, other features to love about the Toyota Prius include: roomy interior and cargo space, unbeatable fuel economy (54-58 city/50-53 highway), quiet cabin, and solid handling.

The best news about heads up display technology is that you don’t need to purchase a brand new car to enjoy it. Explore some of the best used cars with HUD now and start enjoying a safer driving experience.