Model Year 2017-19 Slingshot vehicles equipped with Ride Command have a 7-inch, multi-touch display. This display gives you access to Bluetooth® and USB audio, vehicle information and turn-by-turn directions.
The Ride Command console, pictured below, features seven hard buttons.
Rider Screen Button
The rider screen button allows you to access the customizable split screen menu system, ride data, vehicle status and vehicle information.
To customize the split screen menu, click the options buttons on the lower corners of the screen and choose which information you’d like displayed.
The navigation button is where you can find Ride Command navigation features. Find directions and look up addresses, gas stations and other points of interest.
To plan a route, click on the search button in the lower right corner of the screen.
You can either enter a specific address or search for points of interest or gas stations. To enter an address, first choose a country.
Then choose a state.
Then enter the city.
Next enter the street name.
Lastly, enter the street number.
This will bring you to your turn-by-turn navigation.
The OPTIONS button in the upper right corner of the screen allows you to choose between the fastest, shortest and most scenic routes. It also gives you the option to avoid highways and tolls.
To add another stop or stops, click the ADD STOP button and enter the address or point of interest.
Reorder the stops using the up and down button at the bottom of the screen.
The Bluetooth® button can be pressed to pair a phone (left) or headset (right) to the Ride Command display.
The power button turns the Ride Command display on and off while your Slingshot is in use.
The audio button allows you to change the audio source and set radio presets.
To change the source, push the source button and choose from FM, AM, weather radio, Bluetooth® and USB.
To turn the audio off, use the mute button on the left-hand side of the screen or turn the volume all the way down. You can do this from the Ride Command display or with the steering wheel controls, if equipped.
The volume decrease button adjusts the volume downward.
The volume increase button adjusts the volume upward.
For more information, visit Slingshot Ride Command.
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Maintenance tips, procedures and specifications can be found in your Owner's Manual.
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