Infiniti's navigation system featured rapidly rendering maps with good visual quality and turn-by-turn directions with spoken street names. However, I was annoyed that the system would often return results in completely different cities if I didn't first input the city and state before every trip. A location-aware system should be smarter than that. With a destination chosen, routes were usually logical and quick. However, on one occasion, the navigation system insisted that I travel an hour out of the way to avoid the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, refusing to provide a shorter route until I had completely ignored the given directions.