Magic Marker said:Not sure, but I wanted to put OEM navi in my non navi Impreza Outback Sport. It wasn't an option, but I wanted it. The dealer told me the car isn't pre-wired for it.[/quote
Thanks for the reply.........I'm wondering if this is the case.
Sigmead said:Does it look something like this? The illiustration cam from 1stsubaruparts.com
From the looks of it, you would need the nav system kit (goes under seat, $960 list), nav display ($932 list), remote control (173 list), gps antenna (100 list), the wire harness (99), and maybe a few other bits. They might ding for software too, who knows.
Adds up to 2000, and even with discount, 1400? Not sure if that's everything, I don't have nav so I can't compare.
Your upload is limited to 2meg file, so if you did prt scrn, and saved as bitmap, it's probably too big.
snork said:As for screen capture of your software...after you hit print screen, open up Paint or any other graphics program rather than Wordpad and paste your screen image there. Then you can save it as a .jpg file and then can upload it here:tup:
The Nav is run by a DVD ROM under the drivers seat. Nothing gets loaded in the CD slot on the dash. New Disk cost $200+ but a torrent is available to the less scrupulous individuals for downloading (including myself)Prlauren said:Are the radios the same for the Limited model, and limited model with Navigation??? When You update the navi, do you use a DVD or Compact disc??? The Other Thing I would like to know is if the maps are on CD or DVD Does it need to be in the radio while using Navigation. What do the updated Cd's or DVD nav software cost? Sorry for all the questions but @ the looks of this conversion it will cost me with my discount around $2000. So I don't want to screw this up. If anyone may be interested in this conversion..... if this works for me, I will post how to do it.
wackojacko said:The Nav is run by a DVD ROM under the drivers seat. Nothing gets loaded in the CD slot on the dash. New Disk cost $200+ but a torrent is available to the less scrupulous individuals for downloading (including myself)
One question, if it going to cost you $2,000 your self why not just get a Beca with the Nav already in, it only is about $2,300 difference and that would include the XM radio and backup camera (really like and use the camera every day myself)
I bought mine at Van Bortel Subaru in Rochester NY. They sell all models at invoice less rebates (from my understanding) - although my fellow Canadians don't get the rebates anymore.Prlauren said:Thanks for the info! I don't know where you live but I live in New York. Vehicle prices here are alot different. As for getting it with the nav New York dealers don't want to give the top of the line models away. I have more room on the limited......invoice price and a percentage over for dealer & Salesman usually is a good ref point. They Did not want to move on the price with Nav.