Best cars for infotainment

Our best cars for infotainment feature Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, MirrorLink and much, much more

These days a car can provide so much more than just getting you from A to B, especially when you're going on holiday. Having a good infotainment system can reduce the amount of stress, whether the sat-nav directs you perfectly to that hard-to-find hotel or hooking up your phone via Bluetooth to keep the kids entertained. Every manufacturer has their own system, but these are our picks for the best infotainment. 


SEAT Leon - Front Cornering

SEAT is drawing the attention of tech-savvy drivers by providing a level of connectivity that is unrivalled in its price bracket. Standard features on the Leon include Bluetooth and a five-inch touchscreen, but for £150 you can upgrade to the brand’s Full Link system which adds Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink.

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This means your phone is integrated with the car, giving you access to more apps and features, while an optional wireless charging pad will keep your mobile topped up throughout the journey.  

Kia Cee’d

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Owners voted the Kia Cee’d top for infotainment in our Driver Power 2017 survey. Live traffic, weather updates and speed camera alerts all add to its appeal.

Vauxhall Mokka X

Vauxhall Mokka X - front

When booking a hotel, WiFi is often a must-have, but Vauxhall’s OnStar service brings wireless Internet to cars like the Mokka X.

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