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The MyGig Navigation System

The third installment in this week's look at car navigation systems takes a look at the MyGig Navigation System as featured in the 2009 Dodge Challenger.


Hi! Here we go with the third episode in this Car Tech blog regarding current car navigation systems. The web video you are about to see details the many features of the 2009 Dodge Challenger - most notably its super-cool MyGig Navigation System.

At the 1:29 mark, this video gives a rundown of the MyGig Navigation System works and its many features. There are individual buttons for its many main menus, and it also works via voice activation as well. It can give a driver turn-by-turn directions on how to get to one destination to the next, and USB connectivity to upload or download addresses or music. Normally, I'm not one to recommend a Dodge product (my first car ever was a 1986 Chrysler LeBaron...that was a clunker and a half), but for for the nav system and its usability I might be willing to give Dodge another chance.