Well, there are reasons to want the built-in nav. For one, the built-in nav interfaces with the heads-up display. AA/CarPlay don't. It also tends to react faster than a phone to a change of direction/location. Also, a car with navigation shares its GPS data with the phone (CarPlay and AA are designed that way), while a car without it does not and must rely on the phone for positioning. It's harder for the phone to pick up a signal without an antenna on the roof from within the center console or if it's in your pocket. Everyone who wants wireless CarPlay and AA (or has it on the non-nav 2021 Palisades) should think about that... One more reason: Hyundai provides map updates that also fix bugs and add features for their nav systems. You don't get that without nav (except when they added AA/CarPlay to some older models a few years back, but that was the exception). Oh and in the case of the Palisade, getting nav gets you a bigger screen, if that's something you care about.Exactly, not sure why anyone needs nav system anymore when you can just use the apps on your phone. And so weird lots of lower-end models in the market (by Hyundai or whoever) all have Sirius XM capability, but not a loaded SEL? Although I think you can download Sirius XM app on your phone and then just connect with USB?
Depends on how you define promptly. I use Waze daily and when I make a turn, it takes a few seconds for it to react. And my actual position is a little further ahead than what the phone shows. It's something to keep in mind when you look for a specific street in an unfamiliar area with many streets close together. Perfectly manageable, of course, but a built-in nav doesn't have that kind of delay. It's just something to be aware of when using a phone.I’ve used both google maps and Waze and both had no issues responding to anything promptly.
Seems like an ok deal for the numbers you’re showing although for me personally I’d not spend that much on this vehicle. That’s just my opinion.Looking for opinions on this deal for a Palisade Caligraphy:
MSRP 50,520 , Discount 1,900, DOC 499, Registration 613, VTR 229, Sales Tax 4068.36 TOTAL 54,029.36
Regardless what this thread started as being about, the post with the Total of $54,029.36 was asking about a Calligraphy.Nope, pretty sure this thread is about the drive guidance package on the SEL. It comes standard on the Calligraphy, so paying $50k extra for it is way overpriced.