Originally Posted by txskeets
On the flip side, I think Ford is missing an opportunity here. If the NAV is technically already built into the car and just disabled, you would figure there would be an opportunity here for them to make some $$$ by letting customers activate it after the fact if they wanted to.
As it stands, I have Navigon on my iPhone 4 which is absolutely fantastic and did not cost me anywhere near what the option price of on screen NAV is with MFT.
True but I think the fact is that certain key features for the gps etc are not installed in the car, which helps them cut cost out per car, and thats why it isnt just a quick update. You can do without it to be honest lol, you dont want to get attached to gps, especially since they dont always work right.
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