Definelty not as good as the idrive in terms of responsiveness and menu layouts, but it's acceptable. Having said that it doesn't go too deep into different settings and it's simple enough. Mines either on the media page or the drivetrain one.
I'm with Andries on this no problems at all, (I have the JBL system) in fact it's better than the one we had in the Range Rover :shock:Andries said:No single problem in my C-HR. It feels not slow between pressing and happening.
Bluetooth connection connect always full automatically with my phone.
My system has no navigation, maybe that's the difference.
You sure you bought a C-HR, if all that's true I would take it back. Entertainment takes 20 - 30 seconds to boot up properly then the speed is quite acceptable, my brakes are faultless, cornering is superb for a car of that type. I am comparing to my last cars, 2 year old BMW X3, Merc C class coupe and Merc SLSlowest entertainment since the ZX81. Recognises 2/3 finger presses. As a passenger changing volume I can press the onscreen button, remove my hand, retrieve my phone from my pocket and change it using the physical button on the phone BEFORE the entertainment system can update the volume. Takes 5-6 seconds per press. I am sending a complaint to Toyota. Our base Aygo has a better system than our limited edition JBL C-HR. For a £30+K car this is terrible. If it was mine rather than my wife's it would have gone back on this alone; also, no electric seats, no rear vents, worst brakes in a car since my Renault 18 in 1990, diabolical cornering... the list is endless. "Looks good though". Isn't. Toyota designers please contact me... so many simple errors... so many