Does the 2009 Honda Civic have Bluetooth?

I’m thinking about buying a used car, but I want to make sure it has all the convenience features I’m used to. Did the 2009 Honda Civic come with Bluetooth?

Pat Roache · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
The 2009
Honda Civic
did not have Bluetooth as a standard feature, but certain Bluetooth functions were included with the addition of Honda’s optional navigation system at the time.
If you want a 2009 Honda Civic with Bluetooth, you’ll have to look for a used model that includes a 6.5-inch touchscreen navigation unit on the center console. But even then you won’t be able to play music with your Bluetooth device. The Bluetooth technology included with this upgrade is only good for hands-free calls.
Any Bluetooth functionality is better than no Bluetooth functionality, as you’ll still be able to cut down on
distracted driving
—and this could even help you save on your
car insurance
But if you want to play music from your device in a 2009 Honda Civic, you’ll have to
add a Bluetooth adapter to your older car
or resign yourself to a good ol’ fashioned USB port.
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