The Dodge Challenger’s UConnect navigation system is frequently acknowledged for its intuitiveness and ease of use. The 7.4-inch standard touch-screen may be a bit underwhelming for some drivers; although the 8.4-inch optional display is somewhat better, it still falls short of the sleeker and more brilliant infotainment options offered by some of the Challenger’s challengers. The Dodge Challenger’s standard infotainment features include a six-speaker stereo, a pair of USB ports, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth, and a 7-inch touch-screen display. The optional infotainment features include surround-sound Harman Kardon stereo, an Alpine premium nine- or six-speaker stereo, satellite radio, navigation, and an 8.4-inch touch-screen display. Extra standard features include proximity keyless entry and automatic dual-zone climate control. Other optional features include a universal garage door opener, remote start, and sunroof. All in all, the Dodge Challenger infotainment, Bluetooth, and navigation systems have some decent features, but there is definite room for improvement when we compare them to some of the other vehicles in the same class. To learn more about the 2022 Dodge Challenger infotainment, Bluetooth, and navigation systems and if they are the right fit for you, please feel free to visit us at the St. Paul Dodge dealership.