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I have not yet received my Levante (shipped Jan 4th - can't wait), but I was curious if there was anyway to display real time traffic in the Nav system like on my BMW? Its not super accurate but it is nice.
I know I can get this with Android Auto (if I can get this to work again in my car once its here) but I was curious if the native navigation system displays traffic.
Also, anyone tried or thought about upgrading the speakers/audio system yet? Test drove a car with the HK system and it was underwhelming, no low end...
Thoughts on these?
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I have not yet received my Levante (shipped Jan 4th - can't wait), but I was curious if there was anyway to display real time traffic in the Nav system like on my BMW? Its not super accurate but it is nice.
I know I can get this with Android Auto (if I can get this to work again in my car once its here) but I was curious if the native navigation system displays traffic.
Also, anyone tried or thought about upgrading the speakers/audio system yet? Test drove a car with the HK system and it was underwhelming, no low end...
Thoughts on these?
JB
I was surprised to see there is some limited traffic on the Maserati Nav -- but I generally use Carplay and Apple Maps, which. Is actually pretty good
 

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The HK system lacking is definitely a common comment across the boards. Unsure of the integrated nav having traffic stream though. I would just utilize Android Auto if you can, nothing better than Google maps in my opinion
 

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My Levante uses Garmin for Navigation and traffic does show up.
It is not too bad, comparing with Google Maps through Android Auto.
 

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Traffic is the main thing that's a necessity with GPS now. I guess once it has that, it makes it perfectly sufficient.
 

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The one thing I haven't noticed is these systems being interactive enough to pick up on notifications. If that can be done while we're driving then that will go a long way. Having traffic input from a number of sources will position you better than 90% of drivers out there.
 

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The MTC+ does come with Sirius Travel Link services (in the US it's a four year "trial" then you have to subscribe) which provide traffic conditions etc through Sirius services.
 
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