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Technology is changing our vehicles. Advances in technology are improving our driving experience in ways we couldn’t have imagined a decade ago.

Programs like Android Auto, back-up cameras, and collision sensors make our commutes safer and more enjoyable. Android Auto allows your vehicle and Android phone to easily connect. This, in turn, improves your entertainment options, provides you with real-time driving updates, connect to Google Assist, update the weather, better access to Google Maps, and more.

Although you can add Android Auto via an aftermarket system, the program works best when you purchase a car that includes Android Auto as one of its standard features. The pre-installed program tends to run more smoothly, experiences fewer glitches, and is easier to learn than most aftermarket programs. Android Auto has a built-in microphone. This allows you to use the system without removing your hands from the steering wheel.

Once you’ve connected your Android cell phone to Android Auto, you’ll be able to see all the information on the Google screen that’s built into the vehicle’s dashboard. Provided your phone has a decent connection to your service provider, Android Auto will work smoothly during your commute. There are several cars that have Android Auto built in.

Here is a list of the top cars for Android users.

The Buick Encore

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The Buick Encore is a nice mid-level, 5-seat SUV that not only has Android Auto installed into it, but also serves as a solid family vehicle.

In addition to Android Auto, additional features that make the 2018 Buick Encore an appealing vehicle includes a second glove box, a high-tech multimedia system, 48.4 cubic feet of space behind the front seats (18.8 cubic feet behind the back seats which do fold down,) excellent visibility, and ample headroom strongly appeal to the average driver. 

The Chevy Colorado

The Chevy Colorado is a nice option for individuals who are in the market for a smaller truck that is easier to manage when driving in the city.

Adding Android Auto was one of the upgrades Chevy introduced to the 2018 Colorado. Consumers can choose from 5 different types of trim and 2 different bed lengths. 91 percent of consumer reviews have been positive. Drivers appreciate how smoothly the Chevy Colorado shifts, the comfortable cabin, the bright easy-to-read infotainment screen, and Bose speakers. 

The Ford Fusion

Not only is the Ford Fusion one of the best cars for Android users, but it’s also a nice, budget-friendly alternative to a BMW or Audi sedan. The Ford Fusion is both comfortable and reliable.

Android Auto comes standard in all five different 2018 trim options. The 2018 Ford Fusion has a 100% consumer reviews satisfaction rating. The seats are comfortable, even for tall drivers and the vehicle is easy to get in and out of. While the vehicle isn’t as powerful as some of the other 5-seat sedans currently on the market, it is easy to handle and drives smoothly.

The Dodge Challenger

When Dodge debuted the third generation of the Dodge Challenger in 2008, it released a car that appealed to a large portion of the consumer base. Not only is the vehicle popular with the average consumer, but it has also become a popular police car.

The vehicle looks great, has an incredibly comfortable cabin, is packed with lots of special features, handles smoothly, and is a tough, well-built car that withstands a great deal of heavy driving. Dodge started incorporating Android Auto into the Dodge Challenger in 2017

Each year, Android Auto finds its way into an increasing number of vehicles. Plus, more features are always added to Android Auto, making it a valuable tool for all Android loving drivers.