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What is the differance between the 430N and the more expensive Nav radio(I forgot the number) From what I recall when I ordered my car there didnt seem to be to much of a differance in what was listed. I ordered the 430N but since my order is delayed I have time to make any changes that I want. Just want to see if theres some option or feature that Id really like that Im missing.
 

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I have the 730. My radio has the garmin nav and the ability to stream audio directly from my iphone to the radio. The bluetooth streaming is a new feature that I love. I am not sure of the differences but I have the largest amp (368 Watts) and it all sounds better than previous Chrysler Nav units I have owned.
 

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From Jeep Grand Cherokee WK2 - 2011 Grand Cherokee Navigation radios
(& detailed feature list there...)

Major differences between the RHB and RER/RHR navigation radios

Chrysler Group created the RHB radio (430N) as a lower priced alternative to the top of the line RER/RHR (730N) navigation radios. The 430N is priced several hundred dollars less than the 730N - but it does not have all of the features.

Major differences:


Graphics:
The RHB uses navigation software by Garmin, while the RER/RHR uses navigation software by Navteq. The graphics and some features are different.

Dead Reckoning:
When a vehicle doesn't have a clear view of the sky - such as in a tunnel or garage, or when surrounded by tall buildings - all navigation systems lose reception of GPS satellite signals. The 730N has a "dead reckoning" feature which enables it to estimate the current location until the sky is once again visible. (At start-up, it also remembers the vehicles last location, and immediately displays this estimated location until it can read signals for a precise fix). This is also known as "Enhanced GPS". The RHB does not have dead reckoning: it will display a question mark until it can receive GPS satellite signals and identify the current location.

Voice Command:
With the 730N, drivers can program a desired destination using Uconnect Voice Command, while the vehicle is in motion. While the voice command is packaged with the 430N on most vehicles (and an option on the rest), it cannot be used to operate the navigation system - the vehicle must be parked so that drivers can enter a destination using the on-screen keyboard.

Traffic:
The 730N includes traffic information provided by SIRIUS; the first year's subscription is free. The 430N does not offer this feature. However, the 430N is able to receive the SIRIUS Travel Link service, with helpful information about weather, nearby filling stations and prices, nearby movie theaters and show times, and even sports scores. The RER radio cannot do this, but its replacement model, the RHR, includes the feature.

Split-screen mode:
With the 730N you can view music and navigation screens at the same time.

 

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I have the 730. My radio has the garmin nav and the ability to stream audio directly from my iphone to the radio. The bluetooth streaming is a new feature that I love. I am not sure of the differences but I have the largest amp (368 Watts) and it all sounds better than previous Chrysler Nav units I have owned.
730 is NAVTEQ navigation....430 is Garmin
 

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I checked my window sticker...

730 is NAVTEQ navigation....430 is Garmin
"Media Center 730N CD/DVD/MP3/HDD/NAV $790.00
30GB Hard Drive for Music and Pictures
6.5-Inch Touch Screen Display
GPS Navigation
SirusXM Traffic
1-Year SiriusXM Traffic Service

I don't have Garmin.
 

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I Everyone, I have the oppertunity to purchase a RHR Nav unit. I have a few questions though before i buy.

Will it be a direct replacement from my stock basic deck? I have the Uconnect and SIrus already.

Will the GPS hook up properly and have no issues?

Please let me know any information you may have...

Thanks
 
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