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The Hyundai Blue Link Connect on my 2018 SFS is expiring in about a month. The full renewal cost is about $300 for a year. I can't see that it is worth it. There is a reduced services package for $99 that I may consider.

I think these prices are ridiculously high. I got 3 years included with my 2018SFS and my wife tried to use it once and got NO answer. Had to call 800 number for roadside assistance.
 

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I think these prices are ridiculously high. I got 3 years included with my 2018SFS and my wife tried to use it once and got NO answer. Had to call 800 number for roadside assistance.
Well stated, I never bothered with it in the 1st place and on my 2013 never updated the nav until just now when Hyundai offered a reasonably priced deal. Or make that trying to update as the 1st sd card didn't work so they are sending another.
 

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Just picked up a Ford PU and it has Ford pass - apps runs on phone and has remote start, vehicle locking, tire pressure, security alert and so on and it's free. And it gets better gas mileage than my 2.0 T SFS , has higher ground clearance and a better sound system.
 
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