Thanks Jerry for the Alpine site. I did not think much about it before but after taking a tour at the site, I LIKE IT !Jerry said:
Don't just depend on the Alpine Site. There have been many people that thought the map was missing, but it was actually covered very well by the Navi. The best thing is to input the address on a dealer car or your car and see if it is in there. More likely than not it's there. The Navi coverage on the Pilot/MDX is probably one of the best in the market.redrok03 said:Thanks to all for the information. I'm a newbie to the internet info boards and just subscribed to this thread, so forgive if I don't make sense.
Havasu, I looked at the Alpine Site and yes a lot of the cities listed are really suburbs of Louisville. But no Lexington maps? Augggg... Very disappointing. I guess there won't be an Ashland map either. Guess I'll get lost when travelling there
havasu said:Well, as we've discussed in other threads, updates will be available, but with the Pilot's NAV, it seems it's only available each October, via DVD, and it costs over $100. Other handhelds (which sit nicely on the dash) have updates available at any time that you load into their proprietary removable RAM (don't know the details tho). Sounds more flexible and I could play with the toy away from the Pilot. My dad took one on a cruise last winter and had a ball with it. I think I know what I'm getting for my birthday this fall.