Among the modern cars in the budget price segment, Hyundai Accent is perfectly suitable for communicating with smartphones: in its maximum Elegance configuration, the sedan is equipped with a laudable multimedia system supporting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, as well as USB and AUX sockets, are also included in the price. But it is worth remembering that this package is offered only for a more powerful version with a 1.6-liter engine (123 horsepower).
Hyundai brothers are also well prepared for the work with modern gadgets - Kia Soul to name but a few. The Premium configuration includes it has a multimedia system with an 8-inch touch screen, synchronization with devices on Apple / Android, USB / AUX sockets and to make the songs from your playlist sound better, the car has JBL. Aside from the factor of premium music, then the same system can be found in expensive Kia Rio configurations.
After the recent renovation, the exterior of the Skoda Octavia has become quite questionable, but the intercommunication of the car with electronic gadgets has undoubtedly improved. The SmartLink + system offers not only CarPlay and Android Auto systems but also USB / AUX sockets (including 2 for rear passengers), but also a platform for wireless charging of your smartphone according to Qi standard and MySkoda special application, which will help you better to know the car, as well as will help to plan your actings and to make a route.
A new Honda CR-V will also get along with your smartphone. Here there is a whole traditional set of connection with electronic devices (Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, MirrorLink, USB / AUX), and the complete set of systems is available in all configurations except the standard Elegance.
The biggest "budget" Volkswagen Teramont crossover will soon hit dealerships, and if it at least slightly corresponds to its American twin brother named Atlas, it will become one of the most prepared cars for the work with smartphones. After all, the basic configuration of Atlas is equipped with CarPlay / Android Auto, has MirrorLink and a voice control system for multimedia. There is no need even to mention the connectors for the flash drive and 3.5-mm headphone jack.
If binding a smartphone to a car is vitally important, then you should look at SUVs with American roots - you can be sure that all the "marriage bonds" between the phone and the car will be included in the basic configuration. For example Ford Explorer, which SYNC 3 system allows both sending messages by voice, and opening applications in the same way (AppLink), and also, to listen to the music from a smartphone— it's just a super package.
But, absolutely, the cars of the representative class will be the best friends with smartphones. In addition to all of the above, they will offer wireless headphones to listen to the music from your smartphone and moreover - they will give you a pair of tablets on the back row, some of which can be removed and used separately.