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Speed limit in dash display

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Hi all,  I have a 2019 Texas edition, 2wd, love it.  I just was out of town and my rental was a 2020 Suburban, LT.  It had the posted speed limit next to the digital read out of your actual speed.  Just curious if this is only in a 2020 and if anyone has it in their trucks?  It’s a cool feature and I I'm  sure it’s  based on your GPS location but I haven’t had my truck long enough (2 weeks) to know if this was only a 2020 option, only for Tahoe’s or Suburbans?    

 

Thanks!

 

Randall  

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My 19 LTZ has it as did my 16 Yukon. I thought it was pretty standard in later GM vehicles. Did you scroll through the driver info center (center screen) to see if you can enable it there?  I believe that is where I turned it on. 

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My 19 Sierra slt has it


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59 minutes ago, Rmiles2314 said:

Hi all,  I have a 2019 Texas edition, 2wd, love it.  I just was out of town and my rental was a 2020 Suburban, LT.  It had the posted speed limit next to the digital read out of your actual speed.  Just curious if this is only in a 2020 and if anyone has it in their trucks?  It’s a cool feature and I I'm  sure it’s  based on your GPS location but I haven’t had my truck long enough (2 weeks) to know if this was only a 2020 option, only for Tahoe’s or Suburbans?    

 

Thanks!

 

Randall  

 

Nav.  Its on vehicles with nav radio.  Started in 2015 or 2016 if I recall.  If you have the IOS radio in your truck, you can get the factory nav upgrade.  $450 SD card that installs nav to your truck.   

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Your LT radio cannot be upgraded to have nav - which is what puts the speed limit sign in the dash display - unless you have Convenience II package. 
 

If you have an HD back up camera, you can upgrade the infotainment system to have the nav. 

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Thanks everyone!  My last 3 Silverado's didn't have it so I assumed it was something new for 2020.  Things to research in the future...

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On 9/21/2019 at 2:02 PM, Rmiles2314 said:

Hi all,  I have a 2019 Texas edition, 2wd, love it.  I just was out of town and my rental was a 2020 Suburban, LT.  It had the posted speed limit next to the digital read out of your actual speed.  Just curious if this is only in a 2020 and if anyone has it in their trucks?  It’s a cool feature and I I'm  sure it’s  based on your GPS location but I haven’t had my truck long enough (2 weeks) to know if this was only a 2020 option, only for Tahoe’s or Suburbans?    

 

Thanks!

 

Randall  

 

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I have a 2019 Sierra SLT 1500 with the + package and have the speed limit as well as actual display on the screen

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