Does a 2010 Honda Civic have Bluetooth?

I just moved out of the city and into the suburbs, so I need to get a car! I want something cheap and don’t care too much about fancy tech, but I want to make sure I can at least use my phone safely while driving. Does a 2010 Honda Civic have Bluetooth?

Amber Reed · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Yes! The 2010
Honda Civic
does have Bluetooth. It might feel a little dated compared to newer vehicles, but you’ll still get basic features like the ability to make hands-free phone calls and listen to music.
Here’s what you need to do to pair your phone with a 2010 Civic:
  • Access the SETTINGS menu on your mobile device and make sure Bluetooth is turned ON.
  • Turn your car ON, but remain in PARK.
  • Press the PHONE button on your center dash.
  • When your display screen asks you if you want to add a new device, choose YES.
  • Find your phone on the list of available devices, and wait for a PIN.
  • Go back to the Bluetooth menu on your smartphone, and find your 2010 Civic on the list.
  • Enter the PIN displayed on your car’s infotainment screen, and press OK.
That’s all there is to it! It might take a few seconds for your phone and car to recognize each other, but once they do, you’ll be able to sync your contacts and enable voice commands. You can listen to music by selecting Bluetooth from your vehicle’s audio menu and choose your preferred streaming app and playlist from your smartphone’s touchscreen.
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