Benefits of Bluetooth®
Making and receiving wireless calls through your Infiniti's audio system is just the beginning. The additional features of the Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System allow you to enjoy advanced communication - made easy.
No more fumbling to answer the call in time. The Bluetooth Hands-free system seamlessly links with your compatible cell phone the moment you turn on your vehicle, even if your phone is in your gym bag.
With the Bluetooth Hands-free system, you can make and receive calls with the touch of a steering wheel button. The system will even mute the vehicle's audio system when you're on the phone and return it to the previous setting when you hang up.
Thanks to the built-in microphone and the link to your vehicle's audio system, you can keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road. You can even pre-program your favorite numbers or speak the digits for convenient, voice-activated dialing.
Availability of specific features is dependent upon the phone's
Bluetooth® support. Despite the fact that Bluetooth® is a
global standard, many different versions are implemented in today's
mobile devices. Every version offered may not support the profiles
necessary to successfully communicate with the Nissan Bluetooth®
Hands-free Phone System in your Nissan vehicle; therefore, only certain
devices have been approved by Nissan. These devices have exceeded the
minimum standards for compatibility as of the date of testing. This
compatibility list is not a warranty for phone performance or
functionality. System performance and feature availability can vary
based on phone software version, wireless carrier, coverage, and many
other factors outside of Nissan's control. Nissan does not guarantee
the availability of any specific feature and makes no guarantees or
warranties relating to the performance of these features. Device and
feature compatibility status are subject to change without notice.
Please refer to your phone owner's manual for details. Cell phone not
included. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by Bluetooth SIG,
Inc., and any use of such marks by Nissan is under license.