Toyota Complaint - Toyota bluetooth poorly designed
I just bought a 2012 Highlander, in part because Toyota claims more convenient bluetooth than Honda and others. Toyota claims: the bluetooth technology provides users with convenient hands-free phone capabilities.
In fact, not even talking about the setup hassle, it's then very difficult to use more than one phone w the car's bluetooth function. Each time my wife drives the car, we have to give 4 audio commands in order to switch the phones. It usually takes 4-5 attempts, since the Toyota voice command system usually misses at least one of those 4 required commands. Ford has done much better w their Sync system. Even GM seems to have a more user friendly approach.
Why can't Toyota redesign the system so either:
- the system automatically syncs to at least 2 phones whenever either phone is in the car; OR
- at the least, let us switch between phones w a shortcut single command.