Does the 2010 Honda Accord have Bluetooth?

I found a used 2010 Honda Accord for super cheap and I’m thinking about buying it. I don’t need a lot of technology to be happy with a vehicle, but I at least want to be able to use my phone if needed. Does the Accord from 2010 have Bluetooth?

Amber Reed · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
The majority of states make it illegal to talk on the phone while driving, so Bluetooth connectivity is more important now than ever. Luckily for you, you can use Bluetooth with a 2010
Honda Accord
once you set up Honda’’s HandsFreeLink technology.
To use HandsFreeLink, open the “SETTINGS” menu on your Apple or Android device and make sure the Bluetooth slider is “ON.” Then, follow these simple steps:
  • Find your car’s “PHONE” button and press it
  • Answer “YES” when prompted to add a phone
  • Look through the list of devices for your cell phone, then select it
  • Make note of the PIN that displays on the screen
  • Go back to the Bluetooth menu on your smartphone and select your Accord
  • Type in your PIN, and tap “OK”
At this point, your 2010 Accord will recognize your phone and begin the syncing process. Wait a few seconds for it to complete, then choose whether you want to import your contacts and turn on voice commands.
You also have the option of playing music from your phone’s streaming apps—but because the 2010 version of HandsFreeLink is
older technology
, you’ll have to use your smartphone’s controls to do things like switch applications or choose playlists.
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