July 12, 2017 at 6:36 pm #167265
While traveling in 2016, I noticed that the posted turnpike speed limit was 10 mph more than what was being displayed on the navigation map. I asked about this via another posting on this site and was told that a navigation update would be the solution, This was the first time I had heard of an update. At that time, it seemed too expensive to install on a 2-year old car (2014 Malibu). I waited for OVER ONE YEAR and purchased the update, with a promotional rate. I installed the update in early June of this year–the process and verification went well. Three weeks later, I was on the same stretch of turnpike and saw that the speed limit was NOT UPDATED. This was the only reason I spent money on an update–for current speed limits. I made several phone calls to register a complaint and of course, was denied a reimbursement after waiting several days for a reply. I wonder what else wasn’t updated.
Bottom line–BEWARE of spending any amount of money for something that doesn’t do what it’s advertised to do.
July 24, 2017 at 4:08 am #168034
I have a stupid question about the nav update. Did it update the entire mylink? I have a 2016 equinox and my wife has a 2017. The interface on the 2017, and “home screen” when off is much cleaner and nicer looking. With the Chevy logo and mylink font being changed.
Did the update change that for you or just the map?
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