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Add Alexa to your car with this Early Prime Day deal from Amazon.ca, because the Amazon Echo Auto is on sale for $24.99 (regularly $69.99) -- a savings of $45.00!

This deal is available exclusively for Prime members and for reference, $24.99 is a new historical low for the Echo Auto, which connects to your car via Bluetooth or the auxiliary input and adds Alexa functionality to your car to play music or make phone calls hands-free. Other features include:

  • Connects to the Alexa app on your phone and plays audio through your car's speakers
  • Eight microphones with far-field technology to hear you over music, A/C and road noise
  • Stream content from Amazon Music, Apple Music, Audible, Deezer, Spotify, SiriusXM and more
  • Use your voice to play music, check the news, make calls, add to your to do-list, manage your calendar and more
  • Physical button to disconnect microphones for privacy
  • Includes in-car power adapter, Micro-USB cable, 3.5mm auxiliary cable, air vent mount and quick start guide

This offer is effective online for a limited time and Amazon.ca offers free shipping for all Prime members.

While this item was in stock at the listed price at the time this deal was posted, Amazon practices dynamic product replacement -- once their stock of an item is depleted, it may be replaced with the same item sold by a third-party retailer for a different price. Double-check that the listed price and shipping fees we posted are still available before you buy.

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    • tempting gadget...does it need internet from ur phone?, another 5$ off if u load 50$ amazon cash right?

      wth bought, i had some credits and gc

      Order Summary
      Items: CDN$ 24.99
      Shipping & Handling: CDN$ 0.00
      Prime Credit: -CDN$ 4.03
      Total before tax: CDN$ 20.96
      Estimated GST/HST: CDN$ 2.72
      Estimated PST/RST/QST: CDN$ 0.00
      Total: CDN$ 23.68
      Gift Certificates: -CDN$ 23.68
      Order Total: CDN$ 0.00


      i bought that BT aftermarket google voice cigarette adapter plug but i could never pair the BT , smh
      ah this might be why:

      The following cars are not compatible with Echo Auto when using a Bluetooth connection. You can still use Echo Auto with these cars by connecting via the included auxiliary cable.

      Acura MDX (2016)
      Acura RDX (2017)
      Acura TLX (2016)
      Chevrolet Equinox (2016, 2017)
      Chevrolet Malibu (2015, 2016, 2017)
      Chevrolet Silverado (2014, 2015, 2017)
      Chevrolet Volt (2015)

      Dodge Caravan (2018)
      Dodge Ram (2018)
      GMC Sierra (2015, 2016, 2017)
      Honda Accord (2013, 2015)
      Honda Accord Touring (2013)
      Honda Civic (2013)
      Honda CRV 2014

      Honda Odyssey (2016)
      Honda Pilot (2013)
      Infiniti Q60 (2018)
      Infiniti QX60 (2019)
      Jeep Wrangler (2017)
      Mazda CX9 (2013)
      Mazda 3 (2010)
      Toyota Camry (2015)
      Toyota Corolla (2017)
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    • Does the app have to be open while using this? Or just linked to BT?...
      Ordered, will see how it goes
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    • flexsingh wrote: Does the app have to be open while using this? Or just linked to BT?
      App doesn't need to be opened, it just needs BT on your phone. I have had this since it was on trial in the US and it's been good for turning on stuff on the way home at night. :) I haven't tried to link it up to my car directly.
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    • I don't understand the use case for this. It's just a dongle for your car, which you can get cheaper ones from anywhere, but locked to Alexa only. Good luck playing Google Play Music, YouTube Music, etc. then.
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    • GunnerX wrote: App doesn't need to be opened, it just needs BT on your phone. I have had this since it was on trial in the US and it's been good for turning on stuff on the way home at night. :) I haven't tried to link it up to my car directly.
      That’s also my use case. Thanks
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    • is there a topic for prime day deals?
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    • andrewmp416 wrote: I don't understand the use case for this. It's just a dongle for your car, which you can get cheaper ones from anywhere, but locked to Alexa only. Good luck playing Google Play Music, YouTube Music, etc. then.
      Alexa , play Spotify.

      Alexa , play rock music (from prime)

      Alexa , close my garage door , turn off the garage lights , amd lock the front door.
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    • one reviewer said its better to use echo dot gen 2 connected to ur phones hotspot , been reading all the amazon reviews lol
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    • slade wrote: Alexa , play Spotify.

      Alexa , play rock music (from prime)

      Alexa , close my garage door , turn off the garage lights , amd lock the front door.
      I just speak those commands directly to Alexa on my phone, handsfree. Not sure what this device brings.
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    • cil254 wrote: I just speak those commands directly to Alexa on my phone, handsfree. Not sure what this device brings.
      You still need to take your phone out, unlock with whatever then push the app then speak those commands, with this you just speak those commands Truely handsfree.....
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    • Guyver99 wrote: You still need to take your phone out, unlock with whatever then push the app then speak those commands, with this you just speak those commands Truely handsfree.....
      I see. I typically always have my phone out in the car (navigation, music).
      Also you can replace the default voice assistant on your phone from Google to Alexa.
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    • andrewmp416 wrote: I don't understand the use case for this. It's just a dongle for your car, which you can get cheaper ones from anywhere, but locked to Alexa only. Good luck playing Google Play Music, YouTube Music, etc. then.
      Hands free...

      Alexa, turn on the porch lights
      Alexa, arm my alarm (Ring)
      Alexa, is my garage door closed? (Ring contact sensor)
      Alexa, set the living room temperature to 24 degrees
      Alexa, navigate home (Pulls up Google Maps on the android HU)
      Alexa, call Grandma
      Alexa, text [my wife] I love you
      Alexa, text [kids] to setup the dinner table
      Alexa, add X to my to-do / shopping list

      Amazon emails Alexa suggestions all the time
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    • I just bought one too because of the price... Will see how this thing work in my car...
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    • AncasterRFD wrote: Hands free...

      Alexa, turn on the porch lights
      Alexa, arm my alarm (Ring)
      Alexa, is my garage door closed? (Ring contact sensor)
      Alexa, set the living room temperature to 24 degrees
      Alexa, navigate home (Pulls up Google Maps on the android HU)
      Alexa, call Grandma
      Alexa, text [my wife] I love you
      Alexa, text [kids] to setup the dinner table
      Alexa, add X to my to-do / shopping list

      Amazon emails Alexa suggestions all the time
      Most of the phones support hands free ok Google commands and specially if you're already using your phone for navigation it works even better.

      Yes you get a dedicated device here but to others' point it is a redundant device to do something you can do with your phone or android auto interface.
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    • Why can’t you just use Alexa app on phone and turn on the option for it to trigger by saying “Alexa”
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    • mikka2017 wrote: one reviewer said its better to use echo dot gen 2 connected to ur phones hotspot , been reading all the amazon reviews lol
      I did that before this came out, I can tell you is way more hassle free with this device, no need to mess around with hotspot...
      Another point for this device is so that you don't need to use your phone as much especially when you are driving, less distraction and not to mention less chance for getting handheld device ticket.
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    • for 25 why not?

      Thanks OP
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    • I had one of these to try out for a week and didn't find much use with the device. It's pretty limited in the actions it can accept.

      I'd only recommend it to anyone who doesn't already have bluetooth in their vehicle.
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    • awais wrote: Most of the phones support hands free ok Google commands and specially if you're already using your phone for navigation it works even better.

      Yes you get a dedicated device here but to others' point it is a redundant device to do something you can do with your phone or android auto interface.
      I don't have android auto, I have an android based HU. At $70 I wouldn't bite. At $25 I'm willing to try. I think that's the point, a dedicated Alexa device because my phone isn't always up. I've always wanted Alexa on this (no version support). People should certainly evaluate if it's useful to them. If it doesn't work well, I'll return it anyway.

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