$524 For Nav? No Thanks - 2002 BMW M3 Long-Term Road Test
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2002 BMW M3: $524 For Nav? No Thanks

October 06, 2008

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Based on Edmunds TMV, the optional factory navigation system on a 2002 BMW M3 commands an average of $524 for a private-party deal. Based on my time with our long-termer, I'd tell prospective buyers to make sure to find an M3 without the factory nav.

Technology has definitely advanced in the last six years. The nav's dial-based interface is clunky and the screen is low resolution. Take your $524 and buy a quality aftermarket system. Our last portable navigation system round-up review article can be found here.

Brent Romans, Senior Automotive Editor @ 62,868 miles

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