Started to pay attention and find this is more common problem than I thought. Well we all know salesman say whatever they want in order to sell a car. And, they should really be ashamed of charging big bucks to update the maps. It has difficulty pickup up my voice and jumps to a totally wrong response. I plan to disseminate my displeasure with Toyota to as wide an audience as possible. For now it is now considered a libility and not an asset to have this thing in the car.
Are they good enough to justify their premium, as well as the costly map updates? I wish I had stood my ground and gotten rid of it for the chilled seats. It will not recognize U. The lag time is so bad I pass the destination. We always have our Google Maps app active so that we can get to our destination. Anyone else had this problem? Once you have selected your model and model year-range you will see a wide variety of navigation discs that will work for you. It is to the point that I hate using it all.
Turned out my granddaughter had attempted to open the hatch first by pushing the button that opens the glass, though I could not tell by looking that the glass was closed. . My husband brought the car in again yesterday with pictures of the screens that we took when it would shut off. Sometimes they are just an inch or two apart and other times they are further apart. Appears there were tons of complaints and now there is a fix.
On my car it borders on the threshold of pain its so loud. If it works, it takes about 5-7 sec to switch to another song, but most of the time it does not work at all. Only children will be able to scramble back there and be comfortable, as only 30. Seem like that would be the easiest answer. Of course they have not been, although now at least I can program in my home address. Voice recognition is a nightmare and, even if you program the address in by hand, the guidance is atrocious. I believe it was the best Toyota sedan, ever made by Toyota.
The best part of the system is the large, pretty screen. I even stopped long enough to get it up graded and still the same! This unit is not intuitive and there are too many steps to go from one screen to the other. My issue is I can not set to just show the map. I have to shut it down or turn the engine off to force a reboot. We are now relying on our phones navigation systems to get us there. I,m really glad to find this as I have been thinking seriously about purchasing the 2015 highlander.
Im a visiting nurse and I depend on gps for all my visits and time is very important factor for my work. The all-wheel-drive model can come in handy in winter-weather regions, although front-wheel drive is sufficient for most climates and lowers both the initial price and fuel costs fairly significantly. The first one was a 6. I spoke to Toyota corporate and the girl told me that it is working properly. In any event, the motion lockout is incredibly stupid given that the voice recognition is so poor. They told me the car was fine.
And it rubs salt into the wound that Canada is not acknowledged as being part of the north American continent. The 2015 is disconnected constantly. The four-cylinder engine almost always necessitates the five-seat package, while the six-cylinder generally comes with seven seats. PriusChat is the one of the largest privately-owned car forums left on the internet. Perhaps my issue is I became very accustomed to a Garmin and expected the same from Toyota. Maybe Toyota is afraid somebody might put a heavy box in the passenger seat and override the lockout.
Voice recognition is so bad that we do not use it. Fortunately, I also brought my Garmin on this trip. The manual indicates that it only considers routes with traffic which apparently the county road does not have. Toyota updated it two months ago and it is worse embarrassing episode last week with other women in the car—almost late for an appt. Please leave a comment, below. The one that basically worked was to put in a neighboring town the one closest to the address I was looking for. It is really next to useless and aggravating as heck to have to try repeating things over and over.