2009 Dodge Viper SRT-10: Directions or Music
July 22, 2010
That's not a bad picture, the resolution on our 2009 Dodge Viper SRT-10's optional($1,790 bundled with a'better'-- read: bassier-- stereo)navigation really is that bad.The system is DVD based, which isn't necessarily bad, but whatit means is that if you want to listen to a CD, you have to remove thenav disc in favor of your favoritemusic CD.
And then hope you don't get lost.
But, really,with that crazy knob/button combination to the right that 'controls' the thing, the nav is only really good for desperatesituations where your map's blown out the window andBlackberry/iPhone/Garmin has blacked out due to solar flare.Mike Magrath, Associate Editor, Inside Line