Dealer could not duplicate my rear hatch stuck in the open position and other door locks acting weird and my heat controls not controlling temperature. It has difficulty pickup up my voice and jumps to a totally wrong response. Has anyone found a website that we can let Toyota know of our concerns? Toyota needs to step up to the plate and get this right for all their customers. On a recent trip from mid-Nebraska to St. For specific vehicle compatibility information, pleasesee your local Toyota dealer.
It is a disappointing piece of junk. Rear passenger door locked and could not be unlocked unless it was done manually. My husband brought the car in again yesterday with pictures of the screens that we took when it would shut off. Especially after reading all the posts about bad navigation! What has happened to Lexus and Toyota? Like Brian above I would have decided against this purchase. I too am very disappointed.
Piconets are established dynamically and automatically as Bluetooth-enabled devices enter and leaveradio proximity. Toyota would be wise to buy the Chrysler system or hire their developers. Please keep in mind that Toyota has not announced when an update may become available. I use my Garmin or phone nav often even in the local area since I have no sense of direction and am not familiar with some of the nearby cities. Heavier winds blow the car around.
The navigation remain behind any update for at least one and a half year. I cannot tell you about the portable navigation systems, as I always had a built-in navigation system in my car. Give me a break when we consider the size and resources of Toyota worldwide and they a given a pass by many of you. Having gotten used to gps, I pretty much cannot drive without it. If the unit does not power up or has any other issue, please send it in for an estimate. Google maps found the street in seconds, Toyota took 35 Minutes.
At that point you can do anything to the head unit as if the car was parked such as entering an address. Connected Navigation allows you to use voice-activated software or your touchscreen to search for directions by addresses, enter in points of interest, register your home address, or find local businesses by search categories. The Bluetooth specification defines a uniform structure for a wide range of devicesto connect and communicate with each other. Use common sense when relying on information provided. We could input specific cities for the weather and get it. Extra repair cost if complete unit needs to be replaced. As I do not have any buttons on my steering wheel, I thought I can use a voice navigation to control my music and my text messages.
Have requested several times to have it changed. In our state, it is now against the law to touch a cell phone while on the road driving or parked , with the exception of swiping a nav app once. Current location of vehicle on my nav. Very angery with Toyota and horrible Nav system. Two weeks ago I bought 2017 Highlander Limited Platinum.
Each device can also belong to several piconetssimultaneously. I called Toyota Canada and they said I was to notify the dealership and they would get the map data updated…So who on earth wants to get map data updated after the fact…Toyota is terrible on this. Our road trip took us places with no cell coverage, which is common in our state, making finding a location with Scout impossible. I knew the right way, so I avoided the problem. It would have made a huge difference. No matter how I program the settings it always directs me to major hiways — even when I could continue straight to my location.
Volume drops or goes high by itself. As for keeping the iphone paired — or at least connected — forget about it. They need to have a recall and fix these problems. There are several ways to enter a destination when driving — a new address using the voice system; a previous destination using the touch screen; a saved destination in the address book using the touch screen; a synced destination from your phone using the touch screen. Sometimes they are just an inch or two apart and other times they are further apart.
As far as the bypass cable is concerned, I installed one the first week I had the Highlander. It's like sitting on a 1x6 boards edge. Toyota has been of no help. It never gives me accurate directions. The one that basically worked was to put in a neighboring town the one closest to the address I was looking for.
Read the 15 Camry owners here on this blog so far. I will do the same. Non-intuitive, terrible coverage outside of cities, poor directions inside cities, abysmal voice recognition, awful screen design, inconsistent touch controls, confusing and stupid manual. Next time it might turn on fine. I think this nav is giing to be a problem and back to my phone gps. If Ford can provide a good system in their vehicles, then so could Toyota. Toyota, seems like an opportunity to fix a mistake; add the option to add dynamic navigation for those that want it and are willing to pay for it.