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    Navigation is included in the 2LT and 3LT packages. It is available on the 1LT at a separate cost of $1,795.

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    If you buy the Nav and the PDR in 1 LT you are halfway to the cost of 2LT.But then is the PDR even available in the 1LT? With cell phones and the NAV in the phones today. I would think very few would opt for NAV in the 1LT at that cost. IMO

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    • #3
      It's good to know you can add nav to a 1LT C8, but...

      With Android Auto a standard feature, you have free navigation available, and many would argue that a free navigation program like Waze provides superior navigation (when compared to the on-board GM navigation system).

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      • #4
        Exactly. I do not think the take rate would be more than 8% or so, but for those who wish, nice that it is available.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by ZORA 69 View Post
          If you buy the Nav and the PDR in 1 LT you are halfway to the cost of 2LT.But then is the PDR even available in the 1LT? With cell phones and the NAV in the phones today. I would think very few would opt for NAV in the 1LT at that cost. IMO
          No, not really. The 2LT package is $7300.

          And if you buy the IOT option, that includes PDR and Nav.

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          • #6
            This sums up my struggle deciding on a low optioned 2LT or a well optioned 1LT. I have a certain budget in my mind and it's somewhere in the middle of those two choices. To me PDR is a must have option, while much of the rest of 2LT is fluff and conveniences that I don't necessarily NEED. The internal debate continues.....
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            • #7
              We sure understand.
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              • #8
                Here's something to consider if you don't get the IOT Premium system. If it is like the Malibu rental I have, without the Premium system, you don't get voice recognition unless you have the phone plugged in with Android Auto running. Without the phone plugged in, you can say "Hey Google" if you have Android to dial by voice, but you still have to unlock the phone every time you want to make a call. I trained my phone to recognize my voice, and will test this today in the car with all the background noise.

                The thought of plugging in and unplugging the phone every time I get in and out of the car does not sound appealing at all. On the Malibu rental, the voice button does nothing without the phone plugged in.

                The Premium system says it includes "enhanced voice recognition". Perhaps someone can confirm that it will allow you to voice dial calls without the phone plugged in. That would be pretty lame if it didn't.
                Last edited by Michael; 08-18-2019, 11:40 AM.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by meyerweb View Post

                  No, not really. The 2LT package is $7300.

                  And if you buy the IOT option, that includes PDR and Nav.

                  UQT Performance data and video recorder 1 Included and only available with (IOT) Chevrolet Infotainment 3 Premium system with connected Navigation. A¹ ■⁹ ■⁹
                  Thank you Meyerweb I did not know that. The PDR was 1795 alone in C7s and this version is to be much better.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ZORA 69 View Post

                    Thank you Meyerweb I did not know that. The PDR was 1795 alone in C7s and this version is to be much better.
                    I really wish PDR was still a standalone option. I like everything else in the 2LT, but don't really have any use for the PDR. I wish I could save that $1800. Or spend it on other options.
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                    • #11
                      Why would you spend the money for Nav in a 1LT? Apple Car play or Android Play gives you Apple maps or Google maps for free and are updated constantly whereas factory nav has to be upgraded constantly for a fee.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by vossenator View Post
                        Why would you spend the money for Nav in a 1LT? Apple Car play or Android Play gives you Apple maps or Google maps for free and are updated constantly whereas factory nav has to be upgraded constantly for a fee.
                        One reason would be so you don't have to plug in your phone every time to get nav on the screen. Until they have wireless CarPlay or Android Auto, it's really a nuisance.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by vossenator View Post
                          Why would you spend the money for Nav in a 1LT? Apple Car play or Android Play gives you Apple maps or Google maps for free and are updated constantly whereas factory nav has to be upgraded constantly for a fee.
                          Originally posted by Michael View Post

                          One reason would be so you don't have to plug in your phone every time to get nav on the screen. Until they have wireless CarPlay or Android Auto, it's really a nuisance.
                          Or because you want the PDR, which requires Nav to work.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by meyerweb View Post

                            I really wish PDR was still a standalone option. I like everything else in the 2LT, but don't really have any use for the PDR. I wish I could save that $1800. Or spend it on other options.
                            You are not paying $1800 for the PDR. You are also getting Nav. The $1800 is for Nav and PDR as a standalone option for 1LT, although this price has not been confirmed on the new price list, because it is missing.. When you buy 2LT, you are getting a bundle of equipment, which theoretically should be less than those items alone. By including Nav and PDR in 2LT and 3LT, they are likely getting big economies of scale.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by meyerweb View Post



                              Or because you want the PDR, which requires Nav to work.
                              Good point. The PDR uses the GPS unit in Nav for timing.

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