Does a 2006 Honda Accord have Bluetooth?

I just got a used car, and I’d like to connect its Bluetooth to my iPhone, but I can’t figure out how to do it or if I’m even able to. Does a 2006 Honda Accord have Bluetooth?

Mary Alice Morris · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Sorry to break the bad news, but your 2006
Honda Accord
does not have Bluetooth connectivity. The Accord didn’t have Bluetooth as a standard feature until the 2013 model year.
However, that doesn’t mean you need to give up on connecting with your car. You can easily
add a Bluetooth adapter to your older car
so you can enjoy streaming music and making hands-free calls. You’ll have to pay a little out of pocket for this aftermarket adapter, but many are pretty affordable—some go for less than $10!
You’ll just need to plug the adapter into your cassette player or audio jack, whichever is available on your Accord, then pair your phone to the adapter. Having Bluetooth connectivity is a great way to avoid
distracted driving
because you can use voice commands instead of fiddling with a blast-from-the-past cassette or CD player.
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