Or with just power seats for less than $22,000?
Indeed. Several SUVs and wagons under $30,000 come with a memory feature for the power driver’s seat: the Chevrolet Equinox LTZ, GMC Terrain SLT-2, Hyundai Veracruz GLS, Jeep Liberty Limited and Renegade, and the Volvo V50 T5 wagon are among them. Note that the memory feature may be available only on specific higher-end models, and a boatload of optional features (plus the destination charge) could push the total price over your $30,000 limit.
Interestingly, we could find only one vehicle that fits your description and has a standard power driver’s seat for less than $22,000, the 2010 Dodge Journey SE. The Journey SE’s base price is $20,845, not including the $750 destination charge, so options will surely raise the total price above your threshold.
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