While I have not actually owned a car (yet), I have learned to drive in a few.
The first car I learned to drive in (for the majority of the time) was my principal's 2006 Toyota FJ Cruiser (similar vehicle pictured below)
The only modifications he did to it was a 3 inch lift kit and off-road tires (he climbed trails in the mountains and stuff in it)
Really nice car to drive.
The other vehicle of his that I drove (though not near as much) was his 2015 Subaru Outback (similar pictured below, although the actual car is white)
As far as I know it has all the bells and whistles, although I preferred to drive the FJ for these reasons 1. I could actually fit into it 2. I really didn't like all the gizmos the Subaru had (I couldn't even figure out where the ****ing volume knob for the radio was at) and 3. I liked the feel of it better.
The 3rd vehicle I drove in (only a couple times, thank god) Was a 2005 Pontiac Montana owned by my Aunt (similar picture below)
My least favorite car to drive for these reasons:
Interior upholstery and overall quality absolutely atrocious because Pontiac.
When I drove it it seemed like it was about to fall apart.
The right electric sliding door and electronic compass refused to work.
The only good plus side was that the engine pulled really well.
Then when I was down in Newton visiting my Aunt & Uncle, I got to drive my Uncle's vehicle.
The first vehicle I drove 99% of the time was my Uncle's 1994 Ford F-150 Extended Cab XLT (similar picture below, although it was a red and white two-tone)
Not much wrong here. All original except for the bed that had to be replaced because some dumbass college student rear ended it while it was parked on the street (I think she was texting on her phone), nice to drive, and is in excellent condition for its age (only had ~110,000 miles on it when I drove it).
The only thing I didn't like about was that there was a lot of play in the steering wheel (don't know if it's because it's a mid-90's Ford or just because it's 20+ years old) and it MAY have gotten 15 miles to the gallon on the Interstate.
That does it for my list, as for a car for myself, I'm still pondering a few.
I hope I didn't bore you guys to death with my long article.