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Navigation vs. 20" Wheels

I vote navigation and change the wheels later if you still want to.
 



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sure you may spend most of your time inside the car...

but everyday for as long as you own your car and you walk towards your parked explorer and you see how nice it looks the paint is shining under the sun and those 20's just finishes the look... worth every penny to me.

it makes up for all those days you sit in your car and you look at the nav panel on your 4 panel menu display and sigh... before you pull your phone out to use your navigation app. :D

As much as I hate to say it, I would go with the Nav too, in hopes that they fix it down the road. You'll like th e20" wheels when you are walking up to the Explorer and forget about them once you are inside (except for the slightly harsher ride- not positive this is true but that is the general perception of larger wheels). Inside, where you spend most the time, is where you will appreciate the potential of the Nav.
 






sure you may spend most of your time inside the car...

but everyday for as long as you own your car and you walk towards your parked explorer and you see how nice it looks the paint is shining under the sun and those 20's just finishes the look... worth every penny to me.

it makes up for all those days you sit in your car and you look at the nav panel on your 4 panel menu display and sigh... before you pull your phone out to use your navigation app. :D

Touchè!
 






Get the nav wheels u can do later . Not a built in nav that is on org order only !!!
 






While this nav might not be perfect, it still works pretty good from my own experience. I have both as well, and I will have to side with the opinions that wheels can be added easily, however Nav wont be possible to add, or would be very very difficult and pricey to do. I find that voice commands while driving work pretty good, I've used them successfully on multiple occasions.
 






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