While both the 2021 Chrysler 300 and the 2021 Honda Accord come with the same advanced smartphone integration features (Apple CarPlay and Android Auto), there are some major differences between the two operating systems. First, the Chrysler 300 comes standard with Uconnect 4C. As a high-tech multimedia hub, you can stream your favourite songs, listen to over 200 ad-free channels via satellite radio, and communicate with friends and loved ones without taking your hands off the wheel. Displayed on an 8.4-inch touchscreen, this infotainment unit also comes with a complimentary 1-year subscription to SiriusXM Guardian, dual USB ports, an auxiliary input jack, and a 6-speaker stereo. Meanwhile, the Honda Accord isn't so lucky. It uses a smaller 8-inch monitor and is void of any satellite radio functions on the LX, Sport, and Sport SE models. It only has four speakers well. So, the music experience won't be as immersive. In order for the Accord to truly compete against the 300, you'd have to look at the top-tier trims. That means you'll end up paying more. Are you ready to give the Chrysler 300 a try or get more details about the current lineup? Contact our team of agents in Chilliwack to schedule an appointment today!