Updating built in gps systems
There's no reason why the auto manufacturers try to package the navigation with other high tech toys like reverse cameras and then charge two thousand dollars for it.Then when it comes to needing a map upgrade, they want another couple of hundred dollars.
After experiencing some of the same issues you mentioned, he took the vehicle back to the dealer.
After 1.5 years with the Toyota Sienna built in NAV system, it has led me astray way too many frustrating times to keep me as a customer for my vehicle.
I never considered the built in GPS when I bought my last two cars after having used a Garmin for over the past 10 years.
My way back from Phoenix saved me 2 hours of travel.
I guess the new Toyota GPS units today can be programmed better.