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Google built-in comes standard on the 2023 Honda Accord Touring Hybrid trim.
Some Google apps and services can be used through Wi-Fi®* or a mobile hotspot, but others won’t work fully without a mobile data plan. To learn more about AT&T data plans in your Honda, visit ATT.com/Honda.
By linking your profile with your Google Account, you can enjoy a more personalized driving experience with Google built-in.* For more assistance on account linking, visit the Google support page.
No, built-in apps don’t require an Android phone or any other smartphone. However, you can use Google Assistant to make calls and send or reply to messages when you use Bluetooth®* to pair your smartphone with your car.
Honda vehicles with Google built-in also offer Apple CarPlay®* and Android Auto™* compatibility. However, only one navigation system (Google built-in, Apple CarPlay, or Android Auto) can give directions at a time. When you are using one system, directions to any prior destination set on the other system will be canceled, and the system you are currently using will direct you to your destination. See owner’s manual for details.
Yes, you can change your privacy settings for Google apps and services at any time.
Vehicles with Google built-in come with Google Maps, Google Assistant, and the Google Play store installed. Google Play offers a wide selection of apps available to download.*