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It may interest some GPS buyers to know that free maps are a selling point for some brands.
Navig8r is one brand offering "free lifetime maps" with units such as the i50.
Needless to say, I won't ever purchase another Pioneer.
Hi Shane, I agree with you cost is a rip off and the same applies to updating portable GPS such as Navman etc.
I would hope they match the Tom Tom regime, but I'm not planning my days around it. Doesn't explain why it sends me away from where I need to go.
No response overnight, so I followed exactly the same process and this time the new map took.
Given that it's 0 I didn't want to buy an 11 month old disk, even if it was current (in the loosest meaning of the word).
It's obviously a Company policy of not providing release dates to potential customers. ) auto companies sell GPS maps as an auto part and price them accordingly.
My vehicle came with a utility that supposedly would allow purchasing maps and updating firmware via a PC and it apparently works a treat in the EU, but in Australia it only goes to the main vehicle marketing page because (I presume) supporting the maps and software online for mere customers is in the too hard/expensive basket for our small numbers.
In 2014 there was a promise to get the online service up and running but it didn't happen. My Tom Tom provides four updates a year and it remains to be seen how often this crowd will update the Subaru geodata.
There are some conditions: the offer applies from April 1, and the web site says the unit must be purchased before July 31. Navman is also offering 24 months of free map updates for the EZY30 and EZY40 units, as well as the $20 discount.