It is not made known to you up front, but it will cost $250.00 to update your GPS. After 1.5 years, my GPS begins to flash signs at me stating "Map Location Unknown". Funny, it is my home location and it recognized it for a long time. Finally, dealerships do not even know how to direct you in getting it updated. I had to call around.
Chrysler has still said nothing about their horrible brakes and rotors or the fact that there is only one company that makes the 19" tires which will cost you $267.00. Thank you once again for not disclosing that cost to the customer. I am embarrassed to be a Chrysler employee.
I could understand a $50 upgrade for the GPS, but not over $200. I can buy a new Garmin that will last many years longer with new upgrades for free. And that is what we have done. Give me a break and stop nickle and diming your customer. Will never buy a car with GPS ever again.
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