Just asking. I know most of you will just say get a seperate one. Just wondering if you could get one is all. Thanks Jer
Just one more reason there are no 100% Jap imports in my future!Yes, it can be done if you have enough money. But it won't be easy, and you'll probably have to make your own wire harness.
As a side note, if you go looking at the Honda Nav unit, you'll notice something interesting. Take a look at the prices of the Nav for the below model years.
2009 - $378.24
2012 - $3,355.80
In 2012 Honda added the ability to load routes into the GPS. It also appears you could take the Nav unit out of a 2012 and it would plug right in and work in a 2009. So Honda raised the price on the replacement Nav unit so high to prevent folks from upgrading their bikes so they could load routes in them, but instead have to buy a new bike to get that feature.
The real sad part of this, is the poor guy who has something go wrong with his 2012 Nav unit after the bike is out of warranty, and has to pay $3,355 for a new one.
HDL lists the price at $2,677. Still way too much money. Perhaps Garmin would have a repair option. And by the time the NAV unit fails, maybe the price will be more reasonable.The real sad part of this, is the poor guy who has something go wrong with his 2012 Nav unit after the bike is out of warranty, and has to pay $3,355 for a new one.
one of my favorites on my 14 is the cup holder in the middle near gas tank, instead of the huge butler cup.I gladly paid the three grand not to have anything like an after market GPS hanging off my bars.
The way I see it,
The Wing is supposedly the most "luxurious" Touring motorcycle in the World, why would I ever strap anything to the bars that did not belong there.
I not only hate the look, but through my eyes it makes it look like something crucial was missing and I had to improvise.
I know I see certain things differently than most, but it's me, picky picky picky. :lol: