2013 Honda Accord – Honda Link

You may or may not have heard that Honda has unveiled a new cloud based “in-vehicle connectivity” system called HondaLink.  Set to make its debut this fall, with the release of the all new re-designed 2013 Honda Accord, this system will give drivers access to all their favourite media in a more accessible way.

The HondaLink smart phone application will allow users to put away their mobile devices by pre-program content on their phone, which is accessible through voice recognition, steering wheel controls and in-dash audio system controls.   This function will provide owners with a more personalized drive and give them a more unique driving experience.

Perhaps, the most exciting feature of HondaLink is the “Aha” service, which will allow users to listen to their Facebook and Twitter in an audio newsfeeds.  Aha, also has access to location-based personalized restaurant listings from yelp, as well as internet music services such as Slacker; a service that is free and instantly available!  Whether it is having a book read to you while you drive, or listening to the rest of the podcast you didn’t have time to finish before you left work, HondaLink will exceed your greatest expectations.

For more information on HondaLink, please see the video below.  If you are interested in purchasing or a vehicle or would like more information on the 2013 Honda Accord please visit us at http://www.imagehonda.com/ou/hamilton-honda/ or call us at 905-561-4100.

By: Amy Cochren

 http://www.honda.ca/newsdetails/nca/en/news/release/New-CloudBased-HondaLink-Connected-Car-System-Helps-Drivers-Put-Away-Their-Phones-While-Maintaining-Intuitive-Access-to-Their-Favourite-Media

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