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Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2006 14:38:00 GMT
From: "pablo" <pabloATnospamlyhombreDOT.net>
Subject: Re: Aftermarket navigation


I echo the setniment of a separate unit. I have a Tom Tom, and it works great. Plus I truly just use it when I need it, it's not there wasting space thw whole time, and it will not be wasted money once I get a new car. Build-in satnav is totally overpriced in new cars. And the build-in systems are not as good as the separate units, which need to stay ahead of the curve to be appealing. I know people who have built-in satnav and use a separate, newer (and cheaper!) unit because it's far superior. Incidentally, I still use maps. There are things a satnav can't do. They are destination, and not *journey* oriented. For fun weekend motorcycles rides maps and word of mouth still rule supreme. ...pablo <joshkalishnospaml.com> wrote in message news:1150462122.305998.314610nospam2000cwu.googlegroups.com... > Just to clarify, I'm not going to put anything into the dash. I want > the separate unit, which is a lot cheaper. And, if it works, the > traffic part will be really nice here in the NYC metro area. But, I'm > wondering what works well with the 9-3 Aero interior as far as > placement and connecting it up. I don't want cables all over the place > or nasty glue marks. >

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