How to use the Navigation in Cadillac CUE to Set Destinations?

To use the navigation system in Cadillac CUE (Cadillac User Experience) to set destinations and find points of interest, you can follow these general steps:

  1. Access the Navigation App: Start by turning on your vehicle’s ignition or pressing the “Power” button without starting the engine. Then, navigate to the Cadillac CUE system on the touchscreen display.
  2. Select the Navigation App or Icon: Within the Cadillac CUE system, locate and select the navigation app or icon to access the navigation interface. This interface allows you to input destinations, search for points of interest, and plan routes.
  3. Enter the Destination Address: Once you’ve accessed the navigation interface, you can typically enter the destination address using the touchscreen keyboard or voice recognition feature. Use the on-screen controls to input the street address, city, state, and ZIP code of your desired destination.
  4. Search for Points of Interest: In addition to entering a specific address, you can also search for points of interest (POIs) such as restaurants, gas stations, hotels, and landmarks. Use the search function within the navigation interface to browse through available POIs and select your desired destination.
  5. Review Route Options: After entering the destination address or selecting a point of interest, the navigation system will calculate and display route options based on your current location and preferences. Review the available route options, including shortest distance, fastest route, and alternative routes.
  6. Select a Route and Start Navigation: Once you’ve reviewed the route options, select your preferred route and confirm your selection to start navigation. The navigation system will provide turn-by-turn directions, real-time traffic updates, and estimated time of arrival (ETA) as you navigate to your destination.
  7. Customize Navigation Settings (if available): Depending on your Cadillac model and the version of the Cadillac CUE system, you may have options to customize navigation settings such as route preferences, voice guidance settings, map display preferences, and traffic avoidance options. Explore the navigation settings menu to access and adjust these settings as needed.
  8. Navigate to Multiple Destinations (if available): Some Cadillac CUE navigation systems may offer the ability to navigate to multiple destinations in a single trip. If this feature is available, you can add additional waypoints or stops along your route to plan a multi-stop journey.
  9. Exit Navigation Mode: Once you’ve reached your destination or no longer require navigation assistance, you can exit navigation mode by selecting the option to end navigation or return to the main Cadillac CUE interface.

These steps may vary slightly depending on the specific model and year of your Cadillac vehicle and the version of the Cadillac CUE system. Refer to your vehicle’s owner’s manual or consult with your Cadillac dealership for detailed instructions tailored to your vehicle’s configuration.

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