It seems like in every other car I've driven, when the car is moving there is air being pushed through the vents - enough that unless it's really hot outside, there's a pleasant little breeze and no need to turn on the fan or AC. Not so in the CMax: without the fan on, there's nothing coming through the vents, and it can get pretty stuffy in the car unless you roll down a window (which is loud at highway speed). Is there a reason the passenger cabin is sealed up like this?
Alternatively, is there a way to turn on the fan without triggering the AC? It seems like unless I can closely match the outside temp, it will blow either heated or cooled air rather than just circulating outside air. I'd like to avoid sacrificing range, and I also don't want chilled air blowing on me when the ambient temp is OK. What am I missing?