Yes. I think Sygic is good. I dont remember the price (ap. 30-40 Euro), but later updates are free. After I got my Civic with SD SatNav recently I dont use it anymore though.Hi Guys,
Sorry to dig up an old thread but I'm taking delivery of a Sports Tourer next week that doesnt have Sat Nav Built in, yes i agree with most that google maps is a good option but for times when i travel to the Uk or europe, i cant use that as i dont use data roaming for cost reasons.
I have a HTC One m 8 which can take a micro SD card, so is there a Satelite App i can use which would download the maps to the phone so i wouldnt need a data connection?
Otherwise i might look at a garmin or tomtom, are there any models that are sleek and mount neatly on the civic dash?
Ignore this post as Garmin have broken Smartlink about 2 months ago. All it now delivers is loads of historic roadworks and very little in the way of traffic jams.I've got both the built in for directions and a Garmin 2597LMT for the far better traffic and third party safety cameras.
Another vote here for Sygic.Yes. I think Sygic is good. I dont remember the price (ap. 30-40 Euro), but later updates are free. After I got my Civic with SD SatNav recently I dont use it anymore though.