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Question new 730N/Premium Navigation (RHR)

I need information on the new enhanced gps navigation with sensor assist and voice command destination entry that is standard on the Overland Summit. Does it update Navigation data through the sensor assist(it gives current gas prices, movie theater schedules for local theaters and local weather conditions and forecasts) Does this mean I will not have to have software updates for the Harmon Navigation system? I called Jeep customer service and they do not have a clue.
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Re: new 730N/Premium Navigation (RHR)

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I need information on the new enhanced gps navigation with sensor assist and voice command destination entry that is standard on the Overland Summit. Does it update Navigation data through the sensor assist(it gives current gas prices, movie theater schedules for local theaters and local weather conditions and forecasts) Does this mean I will not have to have software updates for the Harmon Navigation system? I called Jeep customer service and they do not have a clue.
The sensor assist feature (RHB and RHR) is for helping to navigate when satellite signals are not available (big cities or tunnels). Discs will still be used for updating maps and software.
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Re: new 730N/Premium Navigation (RHR)

Gps receivers that have the capability of displaying gas prices weather etc. usually get there info from an fm broadcast that's picked up by gps.
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