Does the Honda Accord have Bluetooth?

I’m considering buying a 2022 Honda Accord, but I want to make sure I can connect my phone to it for hands-free calling, as I spend a lot of time on the road. Does it come standard with Bluetooth?

Andrea Barrett · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Yes! The
Honda Accord
comes with Bluetooth connectivity. The 2022 Accord comes in six trim levels—LX, Sport, Sport Special Edition (or simply SE), EX-L, Sport 2.0T, and Touring—all of which come standard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration via HandsFreeLink.
When trying to pair your mobile device to your Accord, follow these steps:
  1. Go to your phone’s Bluetooth settings menu and ensure Bluetooth is activated.
  2. Press the Home button at the top left on your Accord’s multimedia screen.
  3. Press “Phone,” then press “Yes” to confirm. Your vehicle will then prompt you to add a new device; tap “Yes.” Select your mobile device from the multimedia screen.
  4. On your mobile device, select HandsFreeLink® from the Bluetooth menu. This will begin the pairing process.
  5. Your mobile device and Honda multimedia system are now connected via Bluetooth and HandsFreeLink®.
Setting up Bluetooth in your Accord is a great way to prevent
distracted driving
and keep your eyes on the road. A distracted driving charge comes with a hefty fine in most states and can also
cost you a lot in the long run
by increasing your insurance rates.
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