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heavensoldier 
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Posted: May 02, 2006 at 9:07 PM / IP Logged  
I want a aftermarket product, but I want to mainly use it for navigation reasons, which is the most reliable AVIC Z1, Eclipse products? Should I wait for the new kenwood 770, please let me know, but I don't plan on getting it until this fall. Thanks and God Bless.
david10 
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I have found a company http://www.nav4all.com They offer a free software which you can download from their website and use it directly on your mobile phone. It is free till august 2006 and then you can subscribe for approximately 0,85 Euro cents a month, thus really cheap. I didnt believe it till I tried it, check it for yourself.

david10 
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I have found a company http://www.nav4all.com. They offer a free software which you can download from their website and usi it directly on you mobile phone. It is free till august 2006 and then you can subscribe for approximately 0,85 Euro cents a month, thus really cheap. check it for yourself.

heavensoldier 
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Well I really wanted  a in-dash car navigation :( Though that website looks interesting. I don;t have a mobile phone now too, God Bless.
kps67 
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Do you have a brand preference because personally I would choose a Pioneer AVIC -N2. Its a nice stable piece with plenty of features.
Owner/Installer for Tricked Out Motor Works
heavensoldier 
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Well I really prefer the avic z1, but was concerned because some people says the maps are not updated and don't work good in certain cities, then other people say it is extremely reliable. Maybe it depends on the install? How is your N2?
whtcrxghst 
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Posted: May 03, 2006 at 12:03 PM / IP Logged  

Z1 mapping is improved in my area.  Same as an N3 I believe

heavensoldier wrote:
Well I really prefer the avic z1, but was concerned because some people says the maps are not updated and don't work good in certain cities, then other people say it is extremely reliable. Maybe it depends on the install? How is your N2?

heavensoldier 
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Yeah I'll probaly just go with the z1, since future map updates are coming out anyway. Thanks and God Bless.

-Freeman

www.avic411.com


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