I have a 2012 Sonata Limited 2.0T, acquired a year ago February. Since buying the car, I haven't used the GPS function that often, but when I do, I've noticed that the directions given are incorrect much of the time. For instance, I asked the GPS to give me directions to Gainesville, FL from my home in Deltona, FL. Although Gainesville is generally due North, the GPS insisted the best route was to drive 15 miles South to drive 120 miles North. MapQuest and my old Garmin Nuvi showed a route totaling 103 miles. Another time when I wanted to go to a local flooring dealer, it had me driving 6 miles out of the way. Looking for restaurants and fast food joints was hit or miss. Sometimes, the locations were spot on, but in too many instances, the location given was either a vacant lot or an older office building. The dealer told me to contact Hyundai for a fix. Hyundai referred me to their update center. Imagine my surprise to find that the fix would require the latest update, which came out 7 months after I bought the car, costing $200 and there was no guarantee the problem would be fixed . Wait a minute, I pay a bunch of bucks for the Navigation system and have to pay $200 to have a factory deficiency corrected? HELP!!