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Posted: 12/02/19 10:07am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Might also need to take into consideration other features that might be included in the navigation package other than just the navigation. One example is in most navigation packages you get a larger display.

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Trying to decide whether or not we want to shell out $750 for a built in GPS.


One thing for sure is that this is a negotiable item from the dealership. Understand that all vehicles have the GPS already in them. All they do is enter in a software code to enable it. That's it.

RAM charges the dealership $350 or so for the code. The dealership wanted $750 or something. They gave it to me for their cost ($350).

I'm surprised no one has figured out how to hack the system yet.


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