2020 Outback Onyx XT
You can dial and enter numbers using the key pad while moving when Android Auto is connected.For android auto, the not letting you dial on screen is annoying. By no means a game changer for me.
When my Onyx comes in, it will be the first car I've ever had with Android auto. On my current car, I do conference calls and such occasionally, and bluetooth calls a lot. For most friends, I used voice commands to make calls. And if they call me, you just pick up on the steering wheel. I'm pretty sure I'll still be able to do that. But for conference calls I had to pull over, dial in, put in the numbers and such on my phone, and then drive. I wasn't sure how it will work in this car, but from what I'm understanding, it will be the same. Oh well.
My main interest in android auto is maps. I got a no-nav version, and am hoping I can run maps from the phone onto the screen. If it doesn't work, then I guess I'll buy a $100 garmin, which is still way better than the $1800 the dealer wanted for navigation installed. Likely be a better system than OEM anyway.