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 |  May 13 2014, 12:32 PM

7. Mazda Connect


2014-Mazda3-31.jpgMazda’s new touch-screen plus control-knob setup is easy to use and mimics many of the other popular systems found in German luxury cars. The tactile, knob-centric approach is easy to use when you’re driving and the touch-screen is the perfect solution for entering destinations in the navigation screen. Powering the navigation and maps is a software called Here, provided by Nokia – it’s great looking with tons of bright colors.

However, we have a few complaints about some of the processes at work here. Some basic functions like tuning the radio and pairing Bluetooth are needlessly complicated compared to competing systems.

  • Disqus11111

    My Ford Touch? Having that on the list immediately makes this article worthless.

    Cadillac CUE? This gets more pathetic with every click.

  • Finch

    I actually like MyFord Touch… I have it in my Focus and have NEVER had an issue.

  • tdeere

    Uconnect shouldnt even exist… Bmw 1st…Audi 2nd and Merc 3rd..

  • Hobbie1

    Have a 2014 RAM with Uconnect – close to perfection – easy – so easy my wife get it! It is fast and the garmin interface is great. Best part the system has touch as well as traditional buttons – meaning that you can make adjustments without taking your eyes off the road. Just an FYI the apps you mentioned for the Jeep are also on the RAM system.

  • SUV driver

    Toyota Entune, NissanConnect and Hyundai BlueLink did not make the list.

  • MarkMTx

    Lexus Enform is pretty user friendly for the old people……take notice cadillac.

  • David Laughlin

    I agree with UConnect being number 1 I’ve test driven other cars and I’m apprehensive to switch to something else. I like my challenger well, and dodge makes it super easy to use.