Satellite Navigation at Wayne Phillis Kia

Satellite Navigation

Knowing where you’re going and the best way to get there is probably the first step to stress free driving. Avoiding traffic delays is also pretty high up on the list.

A satellite navigation system offering these benefits and more is now available on Sportage and Sorento. It will also be available on Optima Platinum from mid-2012.

Complete with a sophisticated LG touch-screen system to provide optimum performance for Australian users, the head unit features a 6.5-inch full-colour touch screen for the Sorento and a 7-inch version for both Sportage and Optima.

This truly outstanding system features mapping from Navteq and state-of-the-art SUNA live traffic notification software, which not only identifies traffic delays on the entered route, but offers the option of directing the driver around the traffic jam.

In an Australian first, Kia will also offer a free map update at the 12 and 24-month anniversary of purchase ensuring Kia owners always have the latest information available.

Simply book-in for your scheduled service at an authorised Kia service centre to receive your complimentary map updates.

Kia service centre will supply your first map update 12 months after the initial vehicle purchase date.

The second map update will be available the same way at the 24 month anniversary of purchase. Terms and conditions apply.

Full integration with MP3 music streaming and Bluetooth phone connection including the ability to retain phonebooks for up to eight separate users, as well as large screen format display of the reversing camera completes the package.