Honda has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
2016 Honda Accord includes both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on driving the nation.
Davis Adams, Honda PR, explains to Lou Ann Hammond, CEO, Driving the Nation how Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on driving work inside the 2016 Honda Accord.
The 2016 Honda Accord is the first mass-produced vehicle to allow Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as a choice in a vehicle.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto allow smartphone users to bring their iPhone or Android ingot Accord’s Display Audio touchscreen with a single, dedicated USB cable connection and, in the case of Android Auto, automatic Bluetooth phone pairing.
Once a compatible iPhone or Android smartphone is connected, the user simply selects the Apple CarPlay or Android Auto option on the Accord’s Audio system’s home screen to gain access to certified applications and functions. These functions include audio streaming, voice-to-text, smartphone-enabled navigation, podcasts, and more.
You can watch Davis use voice activation controlled by the steering wheel-mounted button, while approved apps and other smartphone functions are selected using the 7-inch capacitive touchscreen.
Davis explains which groups can use Apple Maps or Google Maps and its turn-by-turn directions which are displayed on the 7.7-inch i-MID.
Disconnecting the phone or deselecting the CarPlay or Android Auto feature returns the user returned to the native Honda system and all of its features and functions, including Honda’s embedded navigation capabilities (EX-L Navi and Touring trims).
2016 Honda Accord Prices, Reviews, & Pictures
The 2016 Accord has six trim levels: LX, LX-S, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Touring. The base LX sedan and LX-S coupe
MPG: Up to 27 city / 37 highway
Horsepower: 185 to 278 hp
Curb weight: 3,170 to 3,605 lbs
Dimensions: 190-193″ L x 73″ W x 57-58″ H
Engine: 2.4 L 4-cylinder, 3.5 L V6
Transmission: 6-speed automatic, Continuous variable transmission, 6-speed manual
MPG (city / hwy)
Up to 27 / 37
Up to 26 / 35