The Great Summer Road Trip – what could be better?
Packing your car to capacity, loading up on snacks, and playing your favorite podcasts while you cruise the open road is almost a rite of passage. When you start your journey, the last thing you need to worry about is getting lost. Just leave the directions to the outstanding Hyundai Navigation system.
What is different about the Hyundai Navigation System?
Always keeping the driver in mind, the Hyundai navigation system is user-friendly and easy to use. Unlike other systems that force you to enter a street name before it allows you to move forward, the Hyundai Navigation System allows you to begin with any information you would like to input first. Its touch screen interface also quickens the process as you don’t have to tick back and forth between letters with arrow keys as with other brands’ nav units.
Also, rather than having to decipher figures on a tiny screen, the Hyundai navigation system screen is large enough so drivers are able to easily see what is coming up next. The large screen is especially helpful since the Hyundai Navigation System has a split screen feature that pops up when a turn is quickly approaching and zooms in on the appropriate street. This eliminates any, “Is this the turn? Is it the next one? Do I turn here? Oh… we just passed it” conversations or arguments.
What models have the Hyundai Navigation System?
If you’re interested in checking out a Hyundai with a Navigation System, then you can find it in any of the models below:
What if I want to stick with my phone?
If you’d rather stick to using your phone’s navigation system, then Hyundai can work with that, too. Many Hyundai models support both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. This way, you get the best of both worlds – the quality of the Hyundai and the familiarity of your phone.
How do I see the Hyundai Navigation System in action?
If you’d like to see the one-of-a-kind navigation system in action, then make certain to schedule a test drive with Parkway Hyundai today. One of our representatives will be happy to show you how the system works in person and let you take it out on the road.