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HAHA...Can you imagine the navigation in Hawaii?? Go straight...you're there... :lol:
 

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o yeah, Lexus will not install the nav unit into the IS300 once it has left the factory.
 

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LexusDreamCar55 said:
Hey, I got a quick question, I drive a 2003 IS300 and was wondering if in Hawaii the Servco Lexus even brings in IS300's with the navigation and how much more it would be... I haven't seen any IS's with them, and was just wondering... Any Hawaii drivers wanna help me with this one, thanx! Could i get one installed by them after? and how much?
We don't need no stinking navigation in Hawai'i. :lol:

Even if you managed to get an IS300 with factory navigation, the DVD only has data for the continental U.S. and Canada. You might want to try an aftermarket navigation system instead.
 

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I'm thinking Hawaii is just like Guam. You dont need Navi. But I tried to order it just so I could already have a screen inplace for DVD. The factory didnt give it to me :( . They were however... happy to give me the heated seats :roll:
 

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LexusDreamCar55 said:
Hm... How much more is it when you get it with the car? And would it be around the same if i got an aftermarket one? How much would it be?
It really depends on the deal that you're able to make. In general, the factory navigation system adds $1,500 to $2,000 to the price of the IS. An aftermarket setup can run anywhere between $500 to $3,500. If you really want an IS with factory navigation, you can always purchase one from a dealer in California, Oregon, or Washington and have it shipped to Hawai'i. However, since the DVD only has data for the continental U.S. and Canada, it won't work too well. Additionally, although compatible DVDs containing the data for Japan and Western Europe are available for the factory navigation system, it's unlikely that you will be able to find one that has the data for Hawai'i.

If you want a navigation system that works in Hawai'i, your best bet is to go with an aftermarket one.
 

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When I bought my car back in 02 I asked about NAV and they said that they didn't bring them into Hawaii, not an option here.
 

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LexusDreamCar55 said:
Hm... How much more is it when you get it with the car? And would it be around the same if i got an aftermarket one? How much would it be?
I have an aftermarket nav system for sale. See my sig for a link.
 
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