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Current build for SRT8 on Dodge Website only lists the 730 as available w/NAV. 430 is now no charge w/o NAV.
 

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The 430N has the nav which I have in my 392. Looking at the Dodge website it doesn't list the 430N, just the 430. Maybe the 430N has been dicsontinued.
 

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The 430N has the nav which I have in my 392. Looking at the Dodge website it doesn't list the 430N, just the 430. Maybe the 430N has been dicsontinued.
Awesome! Unless there is/was something wrong with the 430N. (which I have, too.)
 

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The 430N (with Garman NAV) is still available just not for a 2011 Challenger. It was available for early 2011 Challenger orders. 730N (with Harman NAV RHR) is the only available upgrade. It has a ton of upgrades from last year's 730N. They started making these in January 2011. Ordered one for my car.
 

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The 430N (with Garman NAV) is still available just not for a 2011 Challenger. It was available for early 2011 Challenger orders. 730N (with Harman NAV RHR) is the only available upgrade. It has a ton of upgrades from last year's 730N. They started making these in January 2011. Ordered one for my car.
But the 730N cost $730 and the 430N cost $395. Throw in the fact that you have to get the $695 Sound Group II, it's quite expensive. For what, just to get standard "hands free" voice activation. No, I'll keep my 430N.
 

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But the 730N cost $730 and the 430N cost $395. Throw in the fact that you have to get the $695 Sound Group II, it's quite expensive. For what, just to get standard "hands free" voice activation. No, I'll keep my 430N.
The 430N also requires $695 Option Group II.
 

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Max,

How much for the upgrade and what does it offer that convinced you to upgrade?

Ray
 

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The 430N has the nav which I have in my 392. Looking at the Dodge website it doesn't list the 430N, just the 430. Maybe the 430N has been dicsontinued.

Same here...i have the 430N with the Garmin Nav which I like much better.
 

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Max,

How much for the upgrade and what does it offer that convinced you to upgrade?

Ray
Ray,

Check out this link: Jeep Grand Cherokee WK2 - 2011 Grand Cherokee Navigation radios

It will provide you with all the info you need to make a decision. Bottom line at this time is; if you want NAV built in without after-market, this is your only ordering option. The 730N does have some great features, most I'm sure I'll never use. I'm sure one day when I go through a tunnel and don't lose my Sirious signal, I'll say, damn... Sure glad I got the 730N :thumbsup:
 
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