The only way I could do it ...Does it allow you to find a location (or intersection) using the touch screen, and then select that location as the point you want to be navigated to - or do you always have to enter an address ?
(I tried to do that during a test drive and it didn't work, but that was without reading anything).
I've mentioned before that I hate the fact that they put such a small map in the middle of the 8 inch screen. Everything else works better than expected.
On a recent trip to NY (where I lived for over 50 years) I let the navigation direct me to four locations, even places I knew how to get to. It took me on roads I had never been on before and avoided a few traffic tie ups I could see from the side streets it directed me to. On the way home it said to use the truck lanes on the NJ Turnpike. Sure enough, about 8 miles south I could see the cars only lanes at a stand still, while we only had to slow down to 45. Having the turns pop up right in the middle of the speedometer (programmable option) is another nice touch.
Almost forgot. The lady in the dash would yell at times and other times whisper, making it necessary to adjust the volume. A little annoying, but not worth a trip to the dealer.
That is what changes. I had it at 18, when it was too low I went in and it was 8. Then it got loud and when I went in to change it, it was maxed out.If you go into the settings there is a part for the navigation. You can change your icon to a Jeep and a few other things including the volume of the voice for GPS.
I just verified what Dan said and am happy there is one more thing I can do without the touch screen. I can honestly say that my Jeep is glitch free through almost 1400 miles.FYI - If you adjust the volume while the music is playing it only adjusts the volume of the music, likewise if you adjust the volume while the "Nav Lady" is talking it only adjusts her voice volume. Perhaps you were adjusting the volume down then later turned up the music then her voice was still at low volume.