Last Update: June 2016
Please note: If you have a 2016 Sonic or Spark, you have Apple Car Play and Android Auto, which allows you to project your iPhone maps or your Google maps onto Chevy Mylink infotainment screen. You do not have Apple Car Play or Android Auto if you have a 2016 Trax, or 2013-2015 Sonic or Spark.
Did you know premium navigation capability is available in your 2013-2016 Chevrolet Trax, Sonic or Spark?
Yep! As long as you have a 2013 or newer version of the Chevy Mylink Infotainment System in one of the aforementioned Chevy vehicles, you can utilize BringGo — a high-end, full-feature, smart-phone-to-car navigation system.
Via bluetooth and USB connection, the BringGo navigation screen is mirrored to your infotainment unit in your Chevy. What’s different about BringGo is that app’s map data lives completely on your compatible smartphone, so you’re not using your phone plan’s data, like you would if you were using Google Maps.
The app is available for IOS and Android. It’s only 99 cents for a 30 day trial. After that, it’s a $50 one-time charge. Or, $60 if you want full access to available updates.
To learn more about technology in your Chevrolet, visit Chevy.com Mylink Page
How to Launch Bringo with Chevy Mylink
How to Use BringGo’s Navigation Features with Chevy Mylink
How to Use BringGo’s Navigation Favorites and Maps with Chevy Mylink
How to use BringGo’s Current Location Feature with Chevy Mylink
Contact Sylvia to learn more about your Chevy’s in-vehicle technology.