Want to join the Android Army? Here are all the cars with Android Auto

Android Auto
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If you own an Android phone, Android Auto is the easiest way to pair it with your vehicle’s infotainment system. Cars with Android Auto allow drivers to access smartphone features such as Google Maps, Google Play Music, phone calls and text messaging, and an ecosystem of apps all from their factory touchscreens. All you need is a phone running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or later, the Android Auto app, and a compatible ride.

While most automakers offer at least one model capable of running Android Auto, you can’t get the system on every new car. If you want to see whether your car is part of the club, or if Android Auto is a must for your next new-car purchase, we’ve compiled the handy list below. Keep in mind, however, that getting Android Auto may require selecting a specific trim level or option package.

Acura – Cadillac



Acura 2018 MDX
  2017-2018 NSX
  2018 TLX
Alfa Romeo 2018 Giulia
2018 Stelvio
Audi 2017-2018 A3
2017-2018 A4
2017-2018 A5
2017-2018 A6
2017-2018 A7
2019 Q3
2017-2018 Q5

2017-2018 Q7

2019 Q8

2017-2018 R8
2017-2019 TT
Aston Martin 2018 Rapide
2018 Vanquish
2018 Vantage
 Buick  2017-2018 Encore
2017-2018 Envision
2016-2018 LaCrosse
2016-2018 Regal
 Cadillac 2016-2018 ATS
2016-2018 ATS-V
2016-2018 CT6
2016-2018 CTS
2016-2018 CTS-V
2016 ELR
 2016-2018 Escalade / ESV
2019 XT4
2017-2018 XT5
 2016-2018 XTS

Chevrolet – Dodge



Chevrolet 2017-2018 Aveo
2019 Blazer
2017-2018 Bolt
2016-2018 Camaro
2016-2018 Camaro Convertible
2016-2018 Colorado
2016-2018 Corvette
2016-2018 Corvette Convertible
2016-2018 Cruze
2018 Equinox
2016-2018 Impala
2016-2018 Malibu
2016-2019 Silverado
 2016-2018 Silverado HD
 2017-2018 Sonic
2016-2018 Spark
2016-2018 Suburban
2016-2018 Tahoe
 2017-2018 Trailblazer
2018 Traverse
 2017-2018 Trax
2016-2018 Volt
 Chrysler 2017-2018 300
2018 Pacifica
Dodge 2017-2018 Challenger
2017-2018 Charger
2018 Durango

Fiat – GMC



Fiat 2017-2018 500
2017-2018 500L
2017-2018 500X
Ford 2017-2018 C-Max
2017-2018 Edge
2017-2018 Escape
2017-2018 Expedition
2017-2018 Explorer
2017-2018 F-150
2017-2018 Flex
2017-2018 Focus
2017-2018 Fusion
2017-2019 Mustang
2017-2018 Super Duty
2017-2018 Taurus
2017-2018 Transit
 2017-2018 Transit Connect
Genesis  2017-2018 G80
GMC 2017-2018 Acadia
2016-2018 Canyon
 2016-2018 Sierra
2016-2018 Yukon
2016-2018 Yukon XL

Honda – Maserati



Honda 2016-2018 Accord
2016-2018 Civic
2017-2018 Clarity
2017-2018 CR-V
2018 Fit
2018 Odyssey
2017-2018 Pilot
2017-2018 Ridgeline
Hyundai 2015-2018 Azera
2017-2018 Elantra


2017-2018 Elantra GT
2015-2016 Genesis
2016-2018 Ioniq
2017-2018 Kona
2017-2018 Santa Fe
2017-2018 Santa Fe Sport
2015-2018 Sonata
2016-2018 Tucson
2017-2018 Veloster
Jeep 2017-2018 Compass
2018 Grand Cherokee
2018 Wrangler
Karma 2018 Revero
 Kia 2017-2018 Cadenza
2017-2018 Forte
2017-2018 Forte5
2017-2018 Niro
2015-2018 Optima
2018 Rio
2015-2018 Sedona
2016-2018 Sorento
2014-2018 Soul
2015-2018 Soul EV
2017-2018 Sportage
2018 Stonic
Lamborghini 2018 Aventador
2016 Centenario
2018 Huracan
2019 Urus
Lincoln 2017-2018 Continental
2017-2018 MKC
2017-2018 MKX
2017-2018 MKZ
2017-2018 Navigator
Maserati 2017-2018 Ghibli
2017-2018 Levante
2017-2018 Quattroporte

Mercedes-Benz – Subaru



Mercedes-Benz 2017-2018 CLA
2017-2018 CLS
2017-2018 E-Class Convertible
2017-2018 E-Class Coupe
2017-2018 E-Class Sedan
2017-2018 GLA
2017-2018 GLE
2017-2018 GLS
2018 S-Class
2017-2018 SL
2017-2018 SLC
Mitsubishi 2018 Eclipse Cross
2017-2018 Mirage
2017-2018 Miragea G4
 2017-2018 Outlander
Nissan 2018 Altima
2018 Kicks
2018 Leaf
2018 Maxima
2018 Murano
2018 Rogue
Ram 2018-2019 1500
2018 2500
2018 3500
 Smart 2017-2018 Fortwo
 Subaru 2018 BRZ
2017-2019 Impreza
2018-2019 Legacy
2018-2019 Outback

Volkswagen – Volvo



 Volkswagen 2017-2018 Arteon
2018 Atlas
2016-2018 Beetle
2016-2018 CC
2016-2018 Golf
2016-2019 Jetta
2016-2018 Passat
2016-2018 Tiguan
 Volvo 2019 S60
2017-2018 S90
2019 V60
2017-2018 V90
2018 XC40
 2018 XC60
2017-2018 XC90
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