2009 Honda Accord Crosstour Long-Term Road Test


2009 Honda Accord Crosstour: Bluetooth While Driving?

November 09, 2010

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Tell me something: What's the point of a hands-free Bluetooth link which can't be paired while the vehicle is moving? This is not uncommon these days. Almost every car company out there prevents you from pairing a phone once the car is moving, including Honda.

The way I see it, the entire purpose of hands-free operation is to leave the driver's "hands free" while he drives -- not while he sits in a parking lot trying to decipher the correct language to pair his phone.

Obviously if I owned our long-term Crosstour this would not be an issue. I would pair my phone once and that would be it. I still don't think that makes it right.

What do you think?

Josh Jacquot, Senior editor

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