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Best Bang for the money- when installing NAV

Looking to upgrade to NAV system.. Have basic stock system in Laredo currently- hesitant on whether to go 430N for easy fit/plug and play, or go aftermarket and fill gaps.. For best look i'm leaning towards 430N, but curious into what you all have experienced with aftermarkets, etc. Haven't done a TON of research yet- but thought i'd poll the masses to see what recommendations for Jeep enthusiasts say.
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Re: Best Bang for the money- when installing NAV

It's all about your personal preference, if you want it to look stock and want to sell the car with it, it'll help increase the value, rather than aftermarket. If you want more functions (inputting nav while driving) you can go with an aftermarket radio.
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Re: Best Bang for the money- when installing NAV

I've gone aftermarket. Replaced the stock head unit and speakers. Installed an aftermarket amp. I'll be happy to answer any questions you might have
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