In a busy society that is always needing to stay connected, even while driving, it can make navigating the road dangerous. Distracted drivers who are trying to make phone calls, find maps or find that perfect song while driving is a hazard. Nissan has made strides to take those dangers away, or at least to decrease them. When NissanConnect is used properly, drivers can be fully focused on the road while still staying connected to what is important or necessary.
What is NissanConnect?
NissanConnect is a technology suite with a long history in the Nissan family of cars. This technology has a long history within Nissan and was actually known by a different name until 2015 when Carwings was renamed as NissanConnect. This technology suite has changed and evolved with the times and now enables the driver to control their phones, entertainment, navigation, and security features without ever taking their hands off of the wheel.
Nissan prides themselves on how user-friendly and intuitive NissanConnect is. They designed it so drivers won’t need a user manual to be able to figure out the system. There are subscription fees involved if you decide to upgrade your NissanConnect so make sure you ask your local Nissan dealership about that.
Vehicles With NissanConnect
Most of the vehicles in the Nissan lineup do have package options or trim levels that come with NissanConnect. The vehicles that are sure to have this option available on one or more trim levels will be pleasantly surprising.
- Versa Sedan & Note
- Titan & Titan XD
- Rogue & Rogue Sport
Regardless of which of the models you choose a package can be put together that will have NissanConnect available to the buyer. Nissan adds new models and trim levels that have NissanConnect available every year.
Apps That are Compatible With NissanConnect
NissanConnect doesn’t only connect your phone to your car. It has the standard ApplePlay or Android Auto features that can make sure you don’t miss a call or text message while driving but it can do even more. There are apps that are compatible with NissanConnect to keep you even more connected during your commute.
With apps such as TomTom Weather, Pandora, and Trip Advisor your next road trip will be a breeze. You can listen to your favorite playlist without worrying about the weather at your destination. With the compatible Trip Advisor app you can even plan activities and find the perfect hotel.
NissanConnect is also compatible with Facebook and Twitter to make sure you never miss an update from friends, family, and your favorite influencers. This keeps checking your social media outlets hands free and safe. The NissanConnect app that is available for the driver’s phone allows them to unlock and lock the car with the app as well as give speed alerts.
With so many features, the NissanConnect adds value to your Nissan purchase.
If you want to see the NissanConnect difference for yourself, call Orr Nissan Bossier to schedule a test drive.