Does the 2005 Honda Accord have Bluetooth?

My car’s in the shop so in the meantime, I’m driving my father-in-law’s car to and from work. But I can’t figure out how to use any Bluetooth features—if it even has them.

Mary Alice Morris · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Figuring out all the features in a car that belongs to somebody else can definitely be a little confusing. But you can stop trying to figure out the Bluetooth in the 2005
Honda Accord
you’re borrowing because it doesn’t exist!
Honda didn’t equip the Accord with Bluetooth until the 2008 model year—and even then, it was only on the
trim. But that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck when it comes to streaming music and hands-free calls. With permission from your father-in-law, you could install an aftermarket
Bluetooth adapter
Bluetooth adapters are simple devices. They’re quite inexpensive, sometimes priced as low as $5. And they’re really easy to install. The adapter will simply plug into the Accord’s cassette deck or auxiliary audio jack.
Because of the low price and ease of installation, it might be worth it to you to get an adapter kit for the time that your car is in the shop.
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