The 9 Cheapest 2017 Cars with Android Auto

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High-Tech Features for Low-Tech Prices

For a new generation of car buyers, there is stronger loyalty to your brand of smartphone than brand of automobile. The time we spend in our car pales in comparison to the time we spend staring at our smartphones, and the tech world has taken notice.

Like Apple and its CarPlay system, the Google-developed Android system is now offered as an in-car operating system (OS), called Android Auto. It provides many (but not all) of the functions and apps of your Android phone, just on the car’s touch screen instead. And this system comes at a time when high-tech features are becoming available on more affordable vehicles.

Read on to learn about the most affordable cars on the market that offer Android Auto as a standard or optional feature. One brand you won’t find on this list is Toyota. The Japanese automaker has said its third party software is adequate for smartphone support. If you are an Android power-user, that could be a deal breaker. For now, check out the affordable cars that do offer it.

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