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I had a weather radar map as a built in function in a 2014 Jeep. There was no Android Auto available for that year. I moved to a 2017 Hyundai and was disappointed that a weather radar was not available through either the car directly or through Android Auto.

I sure wish such a function could developed either by Hyundai or Android Auto.

I know it may not seem critically, but when required to drive a long distance during stormy weather, it was great to see what you were facing. I once saw very severe storm on the radar and was driving toward it. I pulled into a diner and waited 30 minutes and then continued after the storm had passed my route.

I also miss my heated steering wheel. :wink:
 

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Sometimes I miss my Jeep too. But with the better expected reliability and less complicated drivetrain, I'm sure I'll be happier with my Hyundai. Weather would be a nice feature to have in Google Maps or Apple Maps.
 

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We had a 2011 Sonata Hybrid and had to pay Sirius XM over $200 a year to get Traffic and Weather. We now own Toyota’s and along with the built in GPS you get free Traffic and Weather.
 
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