Do they still make cars without electric windows?

I know that manual, crank-style windows are unpopular but I’ve always preferred them to the electric kind. Can you still buy a new car without electric windows?

Allison Stone · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
It’s pretty rare, but while most automakers have phased out hand-crank windows altogether, a few still do include the option. You can certainly find a
used car
with hand-crank windows, but if you’re looking to buy new, a few cars that can still be made with or come standard with manual windows include:
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