Does the 2008 Honda Civic have Bluetooth?

I’m house-sitting for my grandma and she’s letting me borrow her car while I'm here. I want to hook up Bluetooth to play music, but I don’t know how to set it up. Does a 2008 Honda Civic even come with Bluetooth?

Mary Cahill · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
The Civic has done a lot of evolving since its introduction in the 1970s. That said, the 2008
Honda Civic
does not have Bluetooth.
Honda approached tech upgrades in its vehicles gradually, and the Civic didn’t get the Bluetooth treatment until the 2009 model year. Even then, it was only available on top-tier trim levels. Bluetooth connectivity finally became standard in Hondas by 2013.
The 2008 Honda Civic has an auxiliary port that allows you to stream audio from your phone when you connect it to an AUX cord—that is, unless you’re driving the base model DX. The DX was a stripped-down version of the Civic and geared toward shoppers with a smaller budget. However, for a little under two grand more (at the time), you could drive the better-equipped
If you’ve got an LX trim or higher, it comes with the AUX port. Sure, it may not be a wireless connection, but at least you can control the playlists.
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