Nav to Nowhere - 2015 Nissan Murano Long-Term Road Test Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 10,315
edited May 2015 in Nissan
imageNav to Nowhere - 2015 Nissan Murano Long-Term Road Test

Our 2015 Nissan Murano's navigation system allowed us to choose a pre-programmed destination. It just didn't send us there.

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  • barich1barich1 Member Posts: 143
    I never use the POI database in my car's GPS. I always use my phone to find the address and enter it manually. I've been burned too many times with inaccurate info even with up-to-date maps.
  • priusdriver101priusdriver101 Member Posts: 17
    Nav systems are good when they work, and annoying when they don't.
  • kirkhilles1kirkhilles1 Member Posts: 863
    I'm sorry I say this constantly, but jeez. COME ON. 2015 model with technology that's poorly done. It needs to be Google Maps or nothing. Something that takes you to the wrong place is worth less than nothing. Maybe once we see Android Auto incorporating into new vehicles we'll get a product that's worth the cost.
  • reneethornreneethorn Member Posts: 1
    Nissan needs to know their 2015 navigation update is also not up to par. There has been a lot of construction in our area so I waited until the major projects had been finished for some time before buying the update for my 2010 Murano. More than a year after the Chisholm Trail Parkway opened in Fort Worth, the Nissan map shows that we're driving across open fields! Even on sale at $99, the new map is a waste of money. This three-Nissan family expected better.
  • dushashdushash Member Posts: 16
    Murano is a flagship SUV for Nissan! It's basically their best show vehicle (except GT-R), so NAV maps should be top notch in the first place. I hope they will improve their map updates.
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