Most 8-10 and all under 5... i quess it would be like bugs on a screen if they did it to all the sunfires.. but all highend would... remember this isnt new technology... gm just put it in there... The most iligally exported vehicle (cuz it was stolen and sent overseas) is the grand cherokee, why... not untill reasontly did it have a gps..
BIG truckin companys and the varous armys have been using gps for a long time...
The gps isnt in the 'black box' its mounted on some in the roof (under the sheet metal) and others in the area down and behind the rear seat hidden in the frame.. and other just tucked between the body rails...
Anyone remember that old drug runner movie (forget what it was called) but they had cocaine or somthing hidden in the rocker pannels? theres lots of room for stuff like that in a vehicle..
In 1988 You could buy a ginnipig (oldsmobile toronado trofeo) with a navigation system... what does a navigation system need to work? a GPS...
GM has owned satellites and companys that do that so why not?
I found this website if you guys think im talkin outta my ***
"As far as theft prevention goes, if the security system is activated, the location of the car is continuously broadcast to the control station"
-again not new technology
-They can track each truck.. if they click on a truck they can tell anything about that vehicle.. on the new sytems they can send a signal to the truck to speed up or slow down the truck (not smart Idea if its about to pass someone.. but the technology is there)
a gps is just a transmitter and a 36cent microchip sence gm already has the satelites why not?
also it may have a gps but it mite not have a fixed mast...
-When your check engine light comes on an adviser has already made your appointment at your closest gm dealer.. also if your oil index light comes on they will advise you that your oil light is on and "would you like to make an appointment?"