Top 10 Infotainment Systems

Top 10 Infotainment Systems

6. Infiniti InTouch

Infiniti’s new infotainment system debuted on the tech-heavy Q50. A dual-screen interface, the InTouch system can be confusing, as one screen is controlled by a knob, while the other is controlled with your fingers. While response time for the touch-screen isn’t as sharp as it could be, both screens are fairly high resolution, making them easy to read. On the other hand, the screens get dirty quickly and show finger prints so you’d better have a cloth handy.

However, Infiniti has given its infotainment system some connected car capability, allowing drivers to get their social media feeds, emails and Google apps on the touch-screen. Furthermore, the system has built in performance meters showcasing your G-Forces and other in-car data like you’re in a video game.

  • 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.

  • shiny

    I have a 2014 Jeep SRT and the UConnect system is the best I’ve seen and used. It’s fast, responsive, super easy to use, has not given me any problems, has voice commands, physical buttons, and does not need a learning curve at all. If you can put a round peg in a round hole then the UConnect is for you. What I’m trying to say is that UConnect is made so even an idiot like me can use it.
    Also for the SRT (and possibly other cars but I am not sure) it includes timers, g-forces, horsepower, and gauges.
    The wireless system is a subscription service so I won’t ever use that, plus it’s 3g only. I’ll just use my phone.
    Chrysler / Fiat mostly hit a home run with the uConnect system.
    Only problem: There were some glitches when new but a recent software update took care of all of them.

  • paTroller

    You are very observant.

  • paTroller

    you clearly havent used it or benchmarked any of them. Coming from a Volt user, which i think should’ve made the list. but its only in one vehicle.

  • paTroller

    It looks like you have a problem with them being on the “Top” list. If it would have been titled “Top 5 Infotainment Systems and then the Next 5″ would you be happy?

  • Swaraj Pillai

    Only Mazda Connect is based on HTML5 and JavaScript and a web browser, This makes it easier to add new functionality and improvement is usability is required.

  • Jason

    Btw, the name of the system does not indicate the actual hardware. MyLink is the namebadge of any of the systems in a Chevy, IntelliLink in Buick, etc. What isn’t mentioned here is that the uplevel MyLink is the same exact system as CUE (Bosch) with a different calibration. You could literally recalibrate your MyLink to look like CUE (though differences in vehicle configuration are not going to match up, obviously) Same hardware, same software, different calibration. Additionally, the MyLink system in a Spark or other entry level vehicles is completely different hardware. The inset picture above is a BYOM (LG) HMI. It doesn’t make sense to present MyLink and CUE uplevel systems as different, but combine MyLink badged BYOM with the MyLink uplevel system. Personally I think it just confuses buyers to badge the infotainment system by brand rather than system.

  • Teddy

    This list is F’n garbage, idrive is terrible compared to mmi and command

  • DJones

    2015 Hellcat here, and can vouch for Uconnect being #1. (Post-software update) I’ve tested several of these systems and nothing touches it IMO.


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