According to khabar khodro, Uconnect
is what Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, parent company of seven U.S. brands — Alfa
Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Maserati and Ram — calls its multimedia
system. It combines connectivity, entertainment, climate and (if equipped)
navigation functions into a central touchscreen.
on the type and trim level of your vehicle, Uconnect is available with several
different screen sizes ranging from a small 5-inch touchscreen, standard on the
subcompact Jeep Renegade, to an 8.4-inch screen, available on the Chrysler
Pacifica minivan; a large 12-inch touchscreen is also available on some of the
automaker’s larger vehicles, such as the Ram 1500 pickup truck.
has a voice command system and is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android
Auto smartphone integration systems, allowing users to send hands-free texts
and make hands-free phone calls as well as access their phone’s navigation
systems and music. Uconnect is also used to turn the system’s
subscription-based 3G or 4G Wi-Fi hot spot on and off (if equipped).
Uconnect name is also associated with other systems, including the Uconnect
Theater rear-entertainment system in the Chrysler Pacifica; the second row’s
dual-touchscreen system displays built-in games or DVD movies. There’s also
Uconnect Access, an app that can connect you to emergency services and roadside
assistance as well as help you find your car and start it remotely.
Uconnect Worth It?
comes on virtually every new FCA vehicle, now, so naturally, yes, it’s worth it
— but it may be even more worth it to hold out for the next version.
currently in its fourth generation, and FCA was set to begin rolling out
Uconnect 5 later in 2020. The automaker
promises a faster, easier-to-use experience with upgraded processing power and
display technology as well as a more robust operating system; it will also
include wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connection.