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 |  May 13 2014, 12:32 PM

5. Chevrolet MyLink (Chevrolet, Buick and GMC)

Chevy-mylink

2014-Chevrolet-Spark-mylink.jpgMyLink (sometimes called Intellilink) may be a bit slow in terms of touch-screen responsiveness, but it offers customizability in addition to top-notch connectivity features. For example, if your car doesn’t have navigation, you can use an app on your phone called BringGo to give the car that added feature. That functionality is not saved for expensive luxury cars, but is available with entry-level models including the Spark, Sonic and Trax.

Additionally, MyLink tends to augment its touch-screen with a few physical buttons, making it easier to use at a quick glance.

  • 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.