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I will preface this with the realization that I scrutinize every option in a new purchase and weigh cost versus benefits.

I originally ordered my 2LT WITHOUT Navigation. Accepting advice (from this forum), I changed the order. With the price increase and concerns over allocation, I jumped on a 3LT in the showroom and couldn't be happier. I would not have ordered a 3LT considering the cost versus what it includes, but...

Navigation is, in my opinion, a MUST HAVE. It functions well within voice commands and the head's up display. I had thought, for the price ($800) and years of upgrading technology, why not rely on aftermarket dash units. If you are on the fence, then get inside the car and test out how the Nav works.

My intention of this thread is not to be presumptuous, but to pass on my experience and impressions.
 

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Love the navigation system, the voice command and the heads up help. Worth every penny.
 

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Totally agree. The Nav is well integrated with voice commands HUD display, dash display. When my fuel ran low (less than 25 miles remaining) the Nav came up and listed nearest gas stations with fuel prices.


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Soon to be the proud owner of my 3rd Vette, a CGM/Kalahari 7sp Z51 2LT Coupe w NPP, CF Mirrors/Spoiler and BC Roof
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Does anyone have a comparison with the navigation on the C7 and the free Waze app? I find the Waze app a great app and use it all the time as I find it extremely accurate.
 
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