Spotlight on the HondaLink

 
Honda creates vehicles that you can depend on. We have developed a diverse vehicle roster that all adhere to the idea of reliability. The Honda reputation is built on the fact that our vehicles come with technology that makes your drive safer and easier. Today we’re going to take a look at some important Honda technology: the HondaLink.

What is it?
HondaLink is a connective system built for the driver’s convenience. Using two-way connectivity, HondaLink connects your Honda vehicle directly to your smartphone. Based out of the touchscreen located in the center hub of your dash, HondaLink uses your smartphone to access a variety of apps and features that are tailored to your specific driving needs while also keeping you in the loop.

What does it do?
HondaLink takes the everyday functionality of your phone and implements it into your vehicle. HondaLink is a connectivity system that lets you access a variety of apps, including navigation, live traffic updates, notifications for gas changes and locations, as well as nearby restaurants and attractions. HondaLink also comes built with a variety of audio apps, like Apple Carplay, Android Auto, and access to SiriusXM satellite radio. HondaLink is built so that you can customize your entire drive while – safely - never being out of touch with your friends and social media. 
HondaLink offers remote services, which allow you to access your Honda vehicle directly from your smartphone. You can lock your vehicle, start it remotely, as well as get access to security apps like Security Alarm, Stolen Vehicle Locator Services, Find My Car, Geofencing Alerts, and Speed Alert. HondaLink also gives you enhanced security through features like Emergency Call, Auto Collision Notification, and enhanced roadside assistance, which makes emergency situations a lot easier to deal with.

Come into Alberta Honda to experience the greatness of HondaLink inside one of our incredible vehicles or book a test drive online today!
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