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Hyundai Nuvi 360


Hyundai dealerships are starting to offer a customized version of the Nuvi 360 to their customers. So what is different about the Hyundai Nuvi 360? Not too much. A different splash screen, and a POI category for Hyundai dealerships and service centers. Other than that it is a basic 360.

“We’re very pleased to offer the state-of-the-art nuvi to Hyundai customers,” said Gary Kelley, Garmin’s vice president of marketing. “This arrangement gives Hyundai customers a great opportunity to easily purchase a navigation device at the same time they’re purchasing a new vehicle and they can be assured that they’re getting one of the most cutting-edge navigators available anywhere today.”

I couldn’t help but notice this sentence from Garmin’s blog announcement of the partnership…

In case you’ve been living under a rock somewhere, the often-imitated, never-duplicated nuvi sets the standard…

You might have read about the ongoing court battles between Garmin and TomTom. Yesterday, TomTom fired back yet another lawsuit against Garmin in the past couple of days for copying the “look and feel” of its devices. Could that quote on Garmin’s blog be a reference to the lawsuit? Maybe not, but I thought it was funny to entertain the possibility….

One Response

  1. I own a Nuvi 360, and have just bought a used Hyundai Azera. What does it take to “hard wire” my Nuvi. And, will it still be portable after installation?


    Ken Wolf - August 10th, 2007

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