Do new cars still have aux input?
Now, most vehicles made after 2004 have an auxiliary input. While later some vehicles started switching exclusively to Bluetooth, many new and used vehicles on the market have auxiliary inputs installed.
How can I play music in my car that doesn’t have an aux?
An FM transmitter plugs into your cigarette lighter socket and connects to your device via an aux cord or Bluetooth. The transmitter broadcasts what’s playing from your phone over a short FM frequency to which you tune your car’s radio and receive.
How can I add aux to my car?
Locate the Aux Input socket on your car stereo or dashboard. Plug one end of audio cable into the headphone socket of your smartphone. Plug the other end of the cable into the car stereo Aux Input socket. Set the car stereo source to AUX Input.