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Even if a car doesn't have Apple Car Play or Android Auto compatibility, most new cars allow you to connect your phone through Bluetooth streaming or a USB connection.
If you liked the trial offer of Sirius XM's satellite radio service, but you're not willing to pay between and per month to sustain the subscription, there are other music options that cost less.
(Read "How to Keep Streaming Audio From Chewing Through Your Data Plan.") The built-in telematics system has some clear advantages, including better cell-phone reception.
Plus, a mobile phone cannot replicate a car’s emergency telematics service feature that can sense an accident and request services, advising them if there has been an airbag deployment.
Consumer Reports has found that some infotainment systems are much better than others, with Chrysler's UConnect 8.4 with its large eight-inch screen and intuitive interface being among the best.
Fee After Trial Period: Connect PRIME: 9 for six months and 0 for 30 months.If you haven't bought a new car for a few years, you may be surprised to see a touch-screen computer on the center console of many new models where the stereo head-unit used to be.Known in the industry as "infotainment" systems, these optional control systems often integrate stereo, navigation, and climate controls with highly detailed car data, along with a host of connected services.Internet-based streaming music services, such as Pandora or Spotify, let you stream tunes via your phone.Pandora costs per month, or for a one-year subscription, while Spotify Premium is per month for students, for individuals, and for families.