I got mine from Amazon. Search for item B01N4VNYTD (I’d include the link but I’m a new user here so the system wouldn’t let me do that).
$160 isn’t bad at all. Plus you have Amazon backing the sale. It came in original, sealed Toyota packaging and works fine—I think. I popped it into my computer to download the maps and can use the same method to update it for 3 years without any additional fee.
As far as color: well, there is SOME color on the display when using navigation. Red light cameras show up with a red/yellow/green stoplight symbol; the arrow pointing in the current direction is blue, etc. But the interface tends to be mostly black and white. That’s fine, because it doesn’t look very cluttered and the items in color really stand out, like they are supposed to.
My only issue right now is that I can’t specify a destination outside of my own state; I’m looking into that to see if that’s just something I overlooked when I downloaded the map data.
I haven't had a chance to research it more, but I'm leaving for a trip two states away in a few days and I have a couple of days off before then. So I hope I have a chance to experiment. The first thing I try will be to re-insert the chip into my computer, go to the update page, and see if any new downloads are there. And if there are, I'm hoping they might fix the problem.Hey Rider,
Did you happen to figure it out, whether it works outside of your state?