"Nicer" cars are usually better sealed (more airtight), so it allows you (and other passengers) the ability to quickly fog up the windows.
I dunno. All of my "nicer" and well sealed cars have not had fogging issues. To my casual observation, it seems like mostly Civics and Corollas have fogging problems, at least in the winter.
I have found keeping the car off "recirculate" (i.e. on outside air) and keeping the fan speed relatively high aids in reducing the fog problems, even if not explicitly set to "Defrost" mode.
I found that the offgassing of materials "clung" to the windows and allowed moisture to condense more easily. A good semi-weekly cleaning should keep them nice and clear for you - at least it did for me.
No didn't know that was a thing.
And the F150 didn't have climate control.. all manual. The Grand Prixs did though.
> trips with two adults, two kids and two labradors [MS]
Ah, to cruise by Home Depot early in the morning in the MS looking for laborers, now that's Class!