For many features, you must use a smartphone that is compatible and paired to the system. To check compatibility and get pairing instructions, simply click here. For more detailed information, please refer to your owner's manual.
Many functions can be easily operated using voice commands, multimedia commander or touch screen. For safety reasons, touch screen operations are disabled when the vehicle is in motion. However, the multimedia commander and voice recognition remain fully functional. Some features require data usage; check your plan to see if additional fees will be incurred.
You must use a smartphone that is compatible with the system. After a device is paired, it is automatically identified by the system. If Bluetooth® is always turned on in the mobile phone, you ensure that the device will automatically connect to the vehicle whenever the ignition is turned on. Learn more.
You want to call a friend, listen to a podcast or switch to a new radio station? All you have to do is say so. Voice recognition is designed to give you easy access to the things you need while allowing you to keep your eyes on the road, your hands on the steering wheel, and your focus on driving without unnecessary distractions. Learn more.
Enjoy easy, convenient access to the contacts, radio stations and destinations you use most. You choose which favourites to include and how each list is organised. Learn more.
As many as 7 devices (including Bluetooth® Audio devices and hands-free mobile phones) can be paired with your vehicle. Learn more.
Staying current with updates to system software, navigation maps, and the Gracenote media database will help keep your system running smoothly, accurately and efficiently at all times. Being up-to-date is as easy as following a few simple instructions. Learn more.
The multimedia commander and buttons are easy to reach and simple to use, even when you're on the road. Learn more.
The touch screen responds easily to steady press of the finger. Do not press hard on the screen or use sharp or pointed objects as the screen may become damaged. Learn more.