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DylanVR
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What vehicle do you own?: Tucson
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build-in navigation

#1 Postby DylanVR » Sat Dec 06, 2014 2:02 pm

Hey guys,

i'm new at this forum so forgive me if i ask some weird questions.
I'm driving with a Tucson Arizona 2008 and want to buy a build-in navigation system.
I did a lot of searching on the web but i'm afraid to buy a wrong one that is not compatible with my car.
So now my question: how can i be sure that i buy a compatible one and which brands are to be trusted.

thank you for the answers

DylanVR
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Re: build-in navigation

#2 Postby DylanVR » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:17 am

Anybody tried a android navigationsystem?

OldLar
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Re: build-in navigation

#3 Postby OldLar » Wed Dec 10, 2014 2:22 pm

I use an inexpensive Garmin unit that plugs into the 12V outlet. Nothing to hook up to the cars electronics and it can go into any car. Many built in units are costly, especially map updates. In the end it is your car and your money, do what ever the green in your wallet lets you do.


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