Originally Posted by Horuku
Playing Devil's advocate... not worth the wait when you can get a better nav unit aftermarket for cheaper.
I know I could get a better and cheaper one but a few things swayed my decision. The biggest reason being that an aftermarket head unit is not compatible with the stock blue tooth speaker or the USB port and auxiliary port in the center console. I know I could run new wires but it would be a bigger pain than it's worth. You would also have to get an adapter for the steering wheel controls. I prefer the dash to be as stock as possible. Another reason was that I was able to get a pretty low financing rate so I don't have to front the money. Also, from what I've heard the stock navigation unit is actually a pretty good unit.