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Hello everyone,
really happy to bump on this forum. Here is my question: is there a way how to see parking sensors on the big screen, not just the small one?
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Smirek said:
Hello everyone,
really happy to bump on this forum. Here is my question: is there a way how to see parking sensors on the big screen, not just the small one?
Thanks!
Short answer no.
 

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you do get a rear parking camera
thats displayed on the big screen
 

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Smirek said:
well, since I have not spent my money for that super slow navigation, that big display is practically useless :(
Don,t belive all the stories about the navigation.
 

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Yeah, I got parking camera, thats there. But the navigation is super slow. I have been testing that over 3000km and I dont se a reason to pay €1000 for such a piece of sh*t. To he honest, sw is biggest toyota weekness. Not even Apple car? cars with 1/2 price tag has that. But I am still happy with my car.
 

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works well in uk
 

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Smirek said:
well, since I have not spent my money for that super slow navigation, that big display is practically useless :(
im confused you slag the navi off then say you dont have it make you mind up
 

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sorry for confusion ans, I have been testing navigation in corolla, where is the same system, same slow system. Thats Why i did not bough the navigation for my C-HR. Could you do me a favor and measure for me, how long does it take from pushing the letter when setting the street address and system processin it? In corolla and and C-HR on salon it take 2.1s (tried 10 and made an average). Thats super slow for me.
 

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thanks for clarifying , yes its not the fastest but it works well in uk not so well in europe from the posts i have read. you should try and enter an address using voice commands, does work sometimes very well ,sometimes not
 

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The nav is slow in first minute after car start. Then it works fast. It does not lag on letters input. I am happy with nav and sw at all. Google search POI and streetview are very useful.
 

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I use the Sat Nav in mine for at least 2 or three different destinations a day, everyday. Works fine for me here in the U.K.
If you save these addresses and then just choose one. When you don't have a saved address (actually I don't see a point on using navigation to drive to the same address every day) or you want to go to this address, but add a stop point, then all the lag comes back and it's really frustrating. Entering (and I mean just entering) the correct address takes at least 3-5 minutes.

I see we are a bit off topic now :/
 

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SirFozzalot said:
I use the Sat Nav in mine for at least 2 or three different destinations a day, everyday. Works fine for me here in the U.K.
If you save these addresses and then just choose one. When you don't have a saved address (actually I don't see a point on using navigation to drive to the same address every day) or you want to go to this address, but add a stop point, then all the lag comes back and it's really frustrating. Entering (and I mean just entering) the correct address takes at least 3-5 minutes.

I see we are a bit off topic now :/
They aren't the same addresses each day. Different addresses each day, mainly in and around London. No issues with mine.
 

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I never type my destinations in my CH-R. I use voice control. Or plan my trip on the MyToyota website and send it to the car.

It works ok, but is defenitely not the best system oyt there. But it brought me to my destinations everytime till now.
 

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I've tried multiple cities with multiple accents in English - not even once it recognized correctly (there's no way it could recognize street names of Lithuania). And there's not always internet connection available. So yet again - typing an address takes no less than 3 minutes. From my point of view it completely sucks
 

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I have a different experience.
To start up after a view day,s takes approx a minute or less to get a GPS fix.
After that type in address takes approx between 30 and 45 seconds. The most of the time it takes about 3 to 4 digits and the system recognizes the town then street and finally the number.

So it must be the country map or the system is not alright.
For the most country,s the satnav is satisfied (except Lithuania etc).
 
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