Monday, September 28, 2015
Check Out This 2016 Honda Accord Review With Android Auto And CarPlay
The 2016 Honda Accord features minor upgrades when you look at it from the outside. But the real tweaks are included in the car's dashboard which now features both, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
The Accord is the company's first vehicle to offer both softwares. The upcoming 2016 Honda Civic will also offer Android Auto and CarPlay.
CNET recently posted a nice review of the 2016 Honda Accord EX-L. Check it out for full details and pictures.
The EX-L model features two displays which work well with each other when it comes to Android Auto. According to CNET, the larger display is a touchscreen while the smaller one displays info controlled by the steering-wheel buttons.
The entry-level Accord is priced at around $22,000 but does not include the tech package which features smartphone connectivity - Android Auto, CarPlay or Honda's Sensing suite. If you want any of those features, the price bumps up to around $28,000 for which you get the Honda EX-L model that was reviewed by CNET.
The top of the line Accord with all the bells and whistles is priced at $35,000.
Source: CNET & Honda
By AppRadioWorld at 5:00 AM