The 8" screen is included on all premium cars. It is part of Sync 3. Navigation add-on is just software, IIRC.I am currently in the process of putting an order in for a 2017 Mustang GT Premium.
Here is what I am putting in for my build:
Mag gray ext.
Premium trim Redline
I was thinking about the Grabber Blue or Lightning Blue but I am aiming to get the Redline interior trim, I feel like those colors would clash.
GPS I might as well throw in even though I could use my phone but having an 8in screen is a whole lot better. I also heard it is an arm/leg to even think about getting it installed after the fact by a dealership.
Someone told me they really liked having the reverse senor as well. I don't really need the Adaptive CC because it's a 6spd.
Any input or advice would be appreciated!
Just because I can... :headbonk:
It doesn't expire but the maps don't update (even during those first 5 years). So if there's any construction in your area you'll want to consider the $150 map update. Which I personally think is highway robbery since a $100 Garmin comes with free updates, so for $795 there should be an update or 2 rolled into that price.On the voice navigation system, does it expire after 5 years. I am confused. After 5 years do you just lose the Sirius Traffic and Travel link but keep a navigation system or do you lose it all unless you start a new subscription. I'm trying to decide if $795 is worth 5 years?
The Performance Package wheels for the GT are 19 inches and come in silver or black.Sorry, but I'm new to car ordering. Would I be able to order the 20" Performance Package wheels/tires on a GT Premium without getting the rest of the package? i.e. I want an automatic trans and Performance package is not offered on automatic. Also, I want the Black Accent package which makes me revert back to the black accent package wheels which I don't want.