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Thread: Zumo and the BMW Navigator

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    Zumo and the BMW Navigator

    Just a thought, I wonder if BMW will re badge the Zumo as its next Navigator?
    It’s just, I can’t really see people wanting to buy a re badged Streetpilot much longer with its bolt on side buttons when the Zumo will probably do it all for less money?

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    Good point but how would BMW warrent doubling the price like they have before. They can't even add a few buttons to it

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    Well, they could put the dealer waypoints on it, but that’s about all,

    Oh, and a neat bit of screen printing on the front… that’s got to be worth an extra Ł400

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