: New nav disk



ctsvett
09-14-05, 11:21 PM
Wow, I am going to be very pissed off if GM does not offer the same to 05 owners (or at least an opt in program for those who care)

http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=51906

This is how companies screw early adopters...

Me= MAD!

Reed

LV_V
09-14-05, 11:25 PM
You're tellin me! I have an '04 V and my house was built in 2002 and the streets are not even on the nav disk!!! wtf GM... I want a new nav disk that is actually usable. Kind of defeats the purpose to have a 5 year old nav disk.

Akslem
09-15-05, 12:01 AM
You think just no having streets updated is bad.....

My whole freek'n state isn't on the Nav disc. (Alaska)

LV_V
09-15-05, 12:42 AM
Yes, I could see how that could suck :want::thepan: :). C'mon GM get with the program.

heavymetals
09-15-05, 01:03 AM
You're tellin me! I have an '04 V and my house was built in 2002 and the streets are not even on the nav disk!!! wtf GM... I want a new nav disk that is actually usable. Kind of defeats the purpose to have a 5 year old nav disk.

The new DVD reads Q2 03

I read that as 2nd quarter of 2003.

The one that came with my car reads Q4 02

Their catching up!:histeric:

hd750
09-16-05, 11:09 PM
I like when driving home the NAV system systems says that I am out of the coverage area and good luck finding your way home... as long as you are sober!

talalhz
09-17-05, 07:18 PM
This will work on the CTS-V nav, I put the nav CD from my Nissan 350z and it works, I had it in for 3 days, try this guys.
http://www.zenrin.com/navsoft.asp
Cadiilac wants $500 for it, this sells for around $180.
I called Zenrin and they told me the 6.4v is comming out in October.

trekster
09-17-05, 07:42 PM
cough torrent cough