Which is exactly what I was stating as these were ( in essence) two different updates with two different criteria at that time. One being able to be downloaded for only CA and MX owners (at that time) and the one future OTA update for the U.S.
It was important to distinct the two for future readers since the download was never even up for a short time (for the U.S) given I attempted to check multiple times when some CA owners stated they got theirs.
Last edited by respdoc; 06-21-2017 at 12:08 PM.
2015 200c V6 AWD, Nav & Sound, Safety Tech, Prem Lighting, 19" x 8" Wheels, Panoramic Sunroof
2010 Nissan GT-R, Cobb-Tuned, 3'' Got-Boost Intake, custom exhaust system
2018 Acura TLX ASpec SH-AWD Elite V6
Black (built 05/17) service 04/18
Interior: Leather/Suede Ebony Acantra
19 inches Black rims
Acura Link w/Nav
K&N drop in air filter
I have a 2017 with the 8.4 (no live traffic) package which includes NAV. The built in Chrysler NAV system works pretty well for me because I use it for long trip where traffic congestion usually isn't a problem. Now it seems that congestion is getting to be more of a problem and I'm needing the real-time traffic updates. (which the 8.4 won't do) So what I'm doing first is plugging my destination into the Chrysler NAV for a visual reference on my screen. Then I plug my phone in USB with Google Maps programmed to the same location. I have the Chrysler NAV volume off. I have the Google maps volume on. So now I can see my route using the Chrysler NAV but get real-time audio turn-by-turn through the Google Maps. When the two conflict I go with the audio for the real-time advice. Sometimes I run the operation through bluetooth so I can listen to both music ect ect (from my phone) through my system AND the turn-by-turn Google directions. When a turn (or speed trap) notification comes on, my Google Maps automatically silences the music, give me my the notification and then turns the music back up...and that's my system.