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Hello there,
I live in Germany and want to get into owning a GC 2017 or 2018 overland.

The main differences I found were the radio and the active noise cancelling. The rest should be the same.

Is the noise cancelling something you notice while driving?

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Kai
 

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I've had GC's with and without it...couldn't tell a difference. I think it's primarily for when the MDS kicks in to reduce any exhaust drone.
 

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Thanks for the reply,
so to me it seems like a nice gimmick but nothing necessary.
 

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Personally, I think any active noise cancellation system -- regardless of what car it is in -- is the result of poor and/or lazy NVH work. ANC is a band-aid and doesn't solve the root issue of where the NVH is sourced from.
 

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I don't know if my GC has noise cancelling technology or not.
Really don't care one way or the other.
 

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I don't know if my GC has noise cancelling technology or not.
Really don't care one way or the other.
Maybe you would care if it suddenly wasn't working.

Summit it the quietest thing on 4 wheels and I loved it for that.
 

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Maybe you would care if it suddenly wasn't working.

Summit it the quietest thing on 4 wheels and I loved it for that.
Is there a way to tell if it's working or not? I can't say my 2015 Summit (EcoDiesel) is any more quiet than my 2012 Overland (V8) or 2014 Summit (EcoDiesel) were.
 
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