Getting to Know Chrysler’s Uconnect Technology

Getting to Know Chrysler’s Uconnect Technology

Even a cursory perusal of new cars will reveal the incredible strides that car brands are making in improving connect technology. As each brand continues to update their features, the competition within the automotive market is encouraging better and better systems. However, if you are not familiar with how technologically integrated vehicles are becoming, it can be a bit daunting to understand how connect technology works and how it might influence you in your overall buying decision.

Luckily, Chrysler Brand has taken strides to make their “Uconnect” technology the most user friendly on the market. Whether you buy a Chrysler, Dodge Jeep or Ram product from a dealer like Akins, you can be sure that you will become a master at navigating the comprehensive yet super easy-to-use system in no time; you might even start to wonder how you ever managed to get anywhere without it.

Though connect technology ultimately has the goal of making your driving experience a safer one, some of the different systems are so difficult to use that they become a distracting danger. Chrysler’s Uconnect system has made a concerted effort  to keep their interface exceptionally simple while using a sensibly designed menu. Every button you may need to access is available at all times,  making transition times super easy and giving the driver the ability to keep their eyes on the road.

Chrysler’s Uconnect also doesn’t aim to overwhelm the driver with unnecessary apps and add-ons. All the essentials are there, like phone connectivity, media, navigation and radio. In addition, there are some great extras that will add to the driver’s overall entertainment without becoming too convoluted. Extras available on Uconnect are features like Sirius XM satellite radio, voice texting, a mobile WiFi hotspot and traffic updates.

As far as specs, the Uconnect system that comes standard on most vehicles gives the experience of using a great smartphone or tablet. With a standard 5.0-inch touchscreen, buyers can also upgrade to a beautiful 8.4-inch screen. The software is also seamless, with a great processor that won’t let you down when you need it most.

The inclusion of connect technology can make or break a sale, if the prospective buyer does not feel comfortable with the technology offered. But with Chrysler’s stunning Uconnect technology, a driver can quickly become confident in navigating the new system, whether they’re new to connect technology or a seasoned pro. Offering a bit of luxury at an affordable price, look for Chrysler’s Uconnect technology is your next Chrysler, Ram, Jeep or Dodge purchase.

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