I dont see any "speed" info on my GPS info in car... picture or steps?BTW, if you have the GPS navigation, you can compare the two speeds and it's always "less" for me.
Oh yea, my bad.I dont see any "speed" info on my GPS info in car... picture or steps?
Yes, on that I had also noted about a 3 mph difference, but I also don't know if the "analog" spedo is feed from the ECU or where. So I'm just gonna continue driving WELL above the speed limit and not worry about itOh yea, my bad.
I meant the blue max game.
Thread hijack... sorry about that OP.It's probably calibrated for the standard Veloster wheels and the VT's wheels are a little bigger.
I wouldn't trust GPS speedo as far as I can throw my car. It's known that GPS measurements are off by as much as 100ft and its speedo is a guestimate based on how long to get from where you are to where it thinks you might be. Actually, if you know of any squad car police friends. See if they would be willing to clock you. Set your cruise at Xmph and have them clock you. They may or may not be able to print that out and take it to the dealer if they are off. I have a Garmin that I've used in 2 different work trucks and it always shows 2-3MPH slower then what the vehicle speedo says. The VT was no different.Ive checked mine against GPS and mine is high 1-3mph when under 50mph and high 3-5mph between 50-85mph. The speedos accuracy progressively get worse the faster I go. Its almost like the ECU was calibrated for a different wheel/tire combo.
Its irritating to me cause if the speedo is off then so is everything related. i.e.: mpg average, odometer reading, etc. Should be an issue fixed by Hyundai. With enough complaints logged they could do a TSB to fix it.