What Is Hyundai Blue Link?

By Max Anthony •  Updated: 08/08/21 •  4 min read

There are many benefits to having a car and one of them is the freedom that comes with being able to drive wherever you want. But what happens when you forget where your car is parked? Or worse, someone else has taken it? 

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Hyundai Blue Link helps keep your vehicle safe by keeping track of its location, enabling you to find it remotely or recover in the event that it’s been stolen. Let’s explore how this innovative technology works!

What Is Hyundai Blue Link 

Have you ever been driving and suddenly realized that you are going the wrong way? How about accidentally leaving your lights on all day without realizing it? 

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Imagine how much of a relief it would be to have an app on your phone that can track where your car is, help locate the nearest gas station, or even send directions home if you’re stuck in traffic. 

With Hyundai Blue Link, this has never been easier! The Hyundai Blue Link service connects drivers with their cars through a mobile app. 

This means that when I’m out at dinner with my family and realize I forgot to turn off my headlights, I don’t panic because I know they will automatically go off while using this service.

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What does Blue Link offer?

The Hyundai Blue Link service is a subscription-based system that offers car owners an array of features. These include emergency assistance, remote door lock and unlock, remote engine start up, geo-fencing and vehicle locator systems.  


Some other benefits include automatic crash notification with the ability to call for help from your phone in addition to on board diagnostics with roadside assistance support. With all these great features it’s easy to see why many people are making the switch!

How much does Hyundai Blue Link cost?

Hyundai Blue Link is a service that offers remote access to your car through the use of internet and mobile phones. This allows you to track, lock, unlock and start your vehicle from anywhere in the world. 

Hyundai Blue Link also has an emergency assistance feature that can help summon roadside assistance or dispatch emergency personnel if needed.

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 The monthly subscription fee starts at $24.99 per month with unlimited use included for one year after activation as long as you have active Hyundai coverage on your vehicle. 

Is the Hyundai Blue Link worth the price?

It can be difficult to decide if you want to pay for the extra features that come with Hyundai’s Blue Link, or go without. You might not get all the new updates and features of a newer car, but you’ll have more money in your pocket.

 It comes down to what is important to you – do you care about connecting your phone? Do you like having access to roadside assistance? If so, then maybe it is worth it for you. But if not, then there are other options out there as well! 

Does Blue Link have navigation?

The Blue Link app has a navigation feature that is similar to the one in Google Maps. This option is available for Android and iPhone users, but not for Blackberry or Windows Phone users. 

You can find it by tapping on “Navigation” at the bottom of your screen when you’re looking at a map. The voice prompts are helpful because they give you turn-by-turn instructions that will lead to your destination without any surprises along the way. 


The Blue Link navigation function also includes 2D maps with lane guidance, which makes it easier to avoid taking wrong turns on busy streets where there are many options for getting from point A to point B.

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Max Anthony

Max is a gizmo-savvy guy, who has a tendency to get pulled into the nitty gritty details of technology and cars. He attended UT Austin, where he studied Information Science. He’s married and has three kids, one dog and a GMC truck and a Porsche 911. With a large family, he still finds time to share tips and tricks on cars, trucks and more.

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