Discussion in 'Automotive' started by Rob, Mar 15, 2017.
And what smartphone accessories do you keep in your car on the regular?
I have 2, a 2016 Chevy Malibu, and a 2016 Chevy Trax, for work purposes. No Android accessories, Mainly Bluetooth and USB port for listening pleasure.
Old Ford Focus 2012 . Just bluetooth. Oh... and it has vice control for heater and fan
2004 Mazda 3. Yeah, no nothing in that puppy. I have a plug in Bluetooth thingy so I'm good.
2007 Vauxhall Zafira. Not even bluetooth (well there's a bluetooth speaker in the glove box, but I don't think I've even paired it with this phone - unless I've a passenger to handle it calls can go to voicemail and messages can wait).
2017 Subaru WRX. I run Pandora the majority of the time.
2015 Dodge Charger SRT
....Not much just a magnetic vent mount and a reversible charger cord. I do tie it into the BT which is nice.
Got a bluetooth on our Wrangler JK, might get some stuffs especially for music right after we finished installing Rubicon express lift and AT tires. Will be getting cellphone or gps holder.
None but I bought a Bluetooth dongle for cigarette lighter just as they stopped making cigarette lighters.
1993 Nissan b13, just a normal car charger
2015 Kia Forte5 SX - BT connected stereo, charger, cables (both USBA and USBC) I don't need a phone mount at this time (Pixel fits in the cup holder nicely) but I have looked at a couple that I may grab in the future.
2011 Mitsubishi Outlander. BT hands-free Fuze system (factory installed), two port charger in "cigarette lighter" (accessory jack if we need to be PC ) and an iOttie easy one-touch cradle stuck to a 1.5" PVC drain cap that fits perfectly in the cup holder.
Cup holder works perfectly for the phone either. Will be needing the holder when doing some trail riding in an unknown area.
I have datsun GO from 2014 and I am using redmi note 3 android phone with LTE4g and bluetooth, wifi with extra features
we have two cars, a 2005 and a 2007 Pontiac Vibes.
both have a car charger plug/cord
I also have a 2000 F-150 pickup and a charger cord.
I just got a '17 Silverado a few weeks ago. Love the Android Auto, but am disappointed I can't use it wirelessly.
2017 Chrysler 300S Alloy Edition. It's supposed to be Android Auto compatible, but it won't even connect reliably with my Samsung S7 Edge. Chrysler blames Android, Android blames Chrysler. Go figure. All the cost, none of the functionality.
2017 Dodge Journey...
Just got it so it doesn't have anything in it yet.
I just bought a 2015 F-150
2010 Chevy Cobalt, just a car charger
2012 Chevy Cruze. Car charger is about it. Connect via BT for calls/media etc.
Hi all, I have Nissan Leaf, Electric car. It's quite fueled efficient for me but the drawback is that its maintenance cost is very high.
I have a 1992 Subaru SVX, I have a pioneer DVD touch screen with BT SDCard and USB I mainly use the SD card though.
I also have a 2003 Infiniti M45 stock stereo is bose system no inputs, though I did buy a grom unit that plugged into the cd changer but it didn't really sound that great so I took it back out.
I'm running a '96 Honda Civic (stock motor, no turbo), kept in check with an OBD-2 sensor and Sony MEX-N5100BT system that'll let me connect via Bluetooth for media and virtually anything else.