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Chevrolet BringGo cuts the amount of in-dash aeronautics to aloof $50. Seriously. Affix your smartphone to a Chevrolet Sonic or Chevrolet Spark with MyLink (Chevy’s acknowledgment to Ford Sync) and use the in-dash LCD affectation and controls to assignment the aeronautics system. It’s a distinct aeronautics app that you can use for now, from EnGIS, and it works abundantly well. Chevrolet and ancestor GM accept apparent what anyone could accept told the auto industry bristles years: Every disciplinarian allowances from chip navigation, but $15,000 cars and $2,000 options don’t mix, so why not aloof use one of the aeronautics apps that’s on your buzz already, but run the achievement through the car’s LCD.

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BringGo is on Chevrolet’s two aboriginal cars, the auto Spark and bunched Sonic. To accomplish BringGo work, you charge the MyLink advantage that is either accepted or accessible on all but the stripped-down access model, and afresh adjustment the $50 BringGo advantage developed with Korea’s EnGIS Technologies.

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The app lives on your iPhone, Android, or Blackberry. Once you’re connected, you set up routes and ascendancy BringGo from the touchscreen affectation and adjoining knobs and buttons. Your smartphone’s affectation is redirected to the car display. No charge to blow the buzz afresh until you’re out of the car. BringGo, which was initially alleged GoGo Link, has best of the accretion and whistles of congenital aeronautics that costs $500-$2,000 on new cars: credibility of interest, a affective map and where-am-I indicator, alive cartage information, 2D and 3D maps, and afar and time to destination. Maps and routes are stored in the phone, so if you lose a cellular connection, you’re not after directions.

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The cheapest anchored aeronautics I’ve apparent is the $595 Bosch-designed assemblage on the full-size Nissan Altima and now on added Nissans. It’s absolutely competent and you don’t feel as if you’re missing annihilation compared to $1,500 navigation. BringGo additionally has a 7-inch display, articulation prompts, and next-turn arrows in accession to the affective maps, but in a head-to-head adjoin in-dash navigation, it comes up short. I begin some of the updates to be a bit slow. The atomic ambrosial affection was the maps themselves. Roads were accomplished at some zoom levels and seemed like spidery curve at added times, with argument that was adamantine to read. As with the apologue of the dancing bear, sometimes you’re so afflicted on aboriginal afterimage that you balloon to ask about how able-bodied the buck dances or how acceptable the aeronautics is. I was afraid that somebody is assuredly accomplishing what users want.

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Think of BringGo as a start. The abutting adaptation will get better. Hopefully GM will accessible the birr to added vendors, not aloof EnGIS. Added automakers will do the same. That will activation antagonism to accommodate higher-quality smartphone apps that affix to cars, and it will put burden on automakers to drive bottomward the amount of anchored navigation. With GM and Ford alms SD agenda anchored aeronautics  for $795, the canicule of thousand-dollar in-car navi are numbered. Aeronautics is “free” on abounding $50,000 cars, but Hyundai anchored the amount on the boilerplate Hyundai Azera that sells for $30,000.

MyLink additionally connects added smartphone apps to the birr of your car such as Pandora and Stitcher radio. That works on all Chevrolets alike if you don’t accept BringGo.

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I’ve apprenticed both the Chevrolet Sonic (pictured right) and abate Spark several times, including best afresh a Spark with BringGo. The Spark sounds acceptable on paper: A four-seater burghal car with a bashful agent that’s accessible to action but able of burghal and some artery driving. Out on the road, the bashful acceleration, cockpit noise, and unpolished ride accomplish the Spark adamantine to like above MyLink and BringGo. The class of mini-cars or burghal cars, with starting prices about $15,000, is like that for the best part: The Scion iQ and Fiat 500 are additionally a bit rough, admitting the Fiat is fun to drive. The Mini Cooper is small, too, and polished, although there are no new $15,000 Minis available.

The Sonic is both beyond and bigger and holds its own adjoin the competition: the outstanding Honda Fit, the Hyuandai Accent/Kia Rio, and Scion xD.

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Bottom line: The Chevrolet Sonic and BringGo are a appropriate aggregate and account considering. What ails the Spark can’t be convalescent with bargain navigation. BringGo on the Spark is high-tech lipstick on the pig. Meanwhile, Chevrolet contines to advance MyLink and it’s a aces adversary to Ford Sync. BringGo is icing on the block so continued as the car beneath is worthy.

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