Does the Pontiac Grand Prix have Android Auto?

The Pontiac Grand Prix is a mid-size car that was produced by the Pontiac division of General Motors from 1962 to 2008. Unfortunately, the Pontiac Grand Prix does not come with support for Android Auto, which is a technology that allows drivers to access certain apps and features of their Android smartphone on the car’s infotainment display. This means that drivers of the Pontiac Grand Prix will not be able to use Android Auto to make hands-free calls, send and receive text messages, or access navigation and music apps on their car’s infotainment system.

Pontiac Grand Prix
Pontiac Grand Prix – (Frontpage / Shutterstock)

In order to use Android Auto in a Pontiac Grand Prix, drivers will need to install an aftermarket multimedia system. These systems are available from a variety of manufacturers and can be installed by a professional or by the owner themselves. The aftermarket systems that support Android Auto are typically in-dash units that replace the factory radio and display. They are designed to integrate seamlessly with the car’s existing electrical systems and will typically include a touchscreen display, Bluetooth connectivity, and a built-in microphone for hands-free calls.


Some of the most popular aftermarket multimedia systems that support Android Auto include the Pioneer AVH-W4400NEX, the Kenwood DMX906S, and the Sony XAV-AX7000. These systems are available from a variety of retailers and can be purchased online or in-store. They typically range in price from $500 to $1000, depending on the features and specifications of the unit.

When installing an aftermarket multimedia system in a Pontiac Grand Prix, it’s important to ensure that the system is compatible with the car’s existing electrical systems. This will typically involve checking the car’s wiring harness to ensure that it matches the connectors on the new system. Additionally, it’s important to ensure that the new system will fit properly in the car’s dashboard and that the display will be visible to the driver. It might also need to check with the manufacturer if the new multimedia system is compatible with the car’s computer system and the car’s safety feature.

In conclusion, the Pontiac Grand Prix does not support Android Auto, and as a result, drivers will need to install an aftermarket multimedia system in order to access the features of the Android Auto technology. Aftermarket systems are available from a variety of manufacturers and can be installed by a professional or by the owner themselves. These systems typically range in price from $500 to $1000 and are designed to integrate seamlessly with the car’s existing electrical systems. Drivers should ensure that the new system is compatible with the car’s existing electrical systems, and that the system fits properly in the car’s dashboard and that the display is visible to the driver. Additionally, they should check with the manufacturer if the new multimedia system is compatible with the car’s computer system and the car’s safety feature.

Author: Nabeel K
Email: nabeel@wheelsjoint.com



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