Ah, that's a good point about dealers, and really annoying. Another thing I considered is that because this is a safety recall, they may want people to bring it in so that they can audit/verify that it was actually done on a vehicle. I mean, a proper OTA system should be able to report back that it has been updated along with the VIN number, but that would take foresight.Over the air updates will take money away from dealerships, service charge, so that won't happen for a long time to come. Which is unfortunate.
I wish all manufacturers just went with Android Auto and Carplay so they won't have so many problems with navigation and such, but they want to come out with their own systems.
Sorry to hear your having these issues still but keep bringing it back to the dealer until the issues are resolved. I know it sucks it's a new car you shouldn't have to but also contact corporate & highlight the issue to them too so they are aware.I've had 2 "Re-Flashes" at the dealer, and am still having "interesting" issues....the software just seems "unstable". The car's safety features seem stable, but the audio issues are REALLY annoying for a car I've only been driving for 2 weeks. I have not experienced the same issues as previous posts, but different ones that collectively prove that this system is POOR. I can't recommend this car to friends/family. That's really unfortunate.