If you’ve recently taken advantage of a newer used Hyundai for sale in Queens, you might find yourself feeling a little left behind by the advanced technology within your new-to-you sedan. Don’t worry, Major World can provide you with instructions to send you on your way, easily utilizing access to your phone, apps, and music—all while keeping your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road! Learning how to connect to Hyundai Bluetooth is easy breezy and should only take a few minutes. Whether you’re behind the wheel of a Sonata or Santa Fe, these instructions should be of use.
Steps for How to Connect to Hyundai Bluetooth
Looking for instructions for connecting Bluetooth in your Hyundai Elantra, Sonata, or Santa Fe? Your just eight steps away from making calls and listening to music wirelessly as you drive down Brooklyn streets!
- Shift your vehicle to park.
- Turn the key to the on position.
- Press the “Bluetooth®” icon on the display screen, then press “Bluetooth® Connection”.
- Press “Add New,” then turn on the Bluetooth® feature on your phone. You’ll likely have to go into your phone’s settings.
- On your phone, select the name of your Hyundai vehicle.
- Are you prompted for a passkey? Enter the passkey displayed on your dashboard screen into your phone. If you have trouble with the passkey or code, don’t hesitate to reach out to the Major World service center.
- You should receive a message on the display screen confirming that your phone has successfully been paired with your Hyundai Bluetooth®.
- Your vehicle and phone should now automatically transfer your contact list to your car. On some phones you will be asked to approve the download. It will take a few minutes for downloading to be completed.
Hyundai BlueTooth® Compatibility Check
Hyundai has provided a handy tool to determine if your vehicle is compatible with Bluetooth®. Simply go to the link, then look up the information for you specific Hyundai make and model. Hyundai models from 2009 and later should be equipped with Hyundai Bluetooth® connectivity, which gives drivers a large range of vehicles to choose from if they’re looking to take advantage of this lovely and convenient technology. From the 2013 Hyundai Sonata GLS to the 2017 Hyundai Veloster base trim configuration, you’ll find a large number of Hyundai models at Major World that will allow you to pair your smartphone to your vehicle so you can listen to your favorite songs and podcasts.
Get Help with All of Your Hyundai Tech at Major World
Do you have questions about the basics of buying used vehicles, the differences between the Hyundai Elantra and Honda Civic, or the Hyundai Sonata’s safety ratings? Reach out to Major World—we love to hear from Bronx drivers! You’re also welcome to stop by our Long Island City dealership to experience Bluetooth®, Apple CarPlay™, Android Auto™, and the other smart tech features inside the latest Hyundai cars and SUVs.