Well, it may not actually be the least expensive way. Unless you’re opting for an aftermarket head unit with Android Auto built in, though, the 2016 Chevrolet Spark is the most affordable vehicle to offer the feature, as reported by Android Headlines.
With the latest update to Chevrolet vehicles, Android Auto is now fully optimized, no matter which size MyLink touchscreen the vehicle is equipped with. The 2016 Spark happens to arrive with the seven-inch touchscreen display.
Android Auto is bundled in to Chevrolet’s entire infotainment suite, which includes OnStar services and 4G LTE WiFi connectivity, should drivers require it. Not to mention, the 2016 Spark does only ring in at $12,660 plus the slew of destination and dealer charges.
So, if you positively must have Android Auto in your next vehicle purchase, the 2016 Spark may be the first stop on your search.