Mercedes-Benz drivers can avoid “no entry” roads and quickly locate a filling station if fuel is low at any point. Make optimum use of the navigation system With updated details of e.g.street names, roundabouts or points of interest, Mercedes-Benz drivers can reap the full benefits of their navigation system. Reduce CO2 emissions Reducing the number of kilometers travelled – thanks to up-to-date navigation data – cuts CO 2 emissions, helping to protect the environment.Picture the situation – you're using a navigation system but you've still ended up taking a wrong turning. If your navigation system is equipped with the latest software and the most recent map data, you've nothing to worry about.
Please note that this page relates only to satellite navigation that is integrated into the vehicle at time of manufacture, and not any after-market accessory units (such as Garmin).
These are BMW, Nissan, Mercedes, Kia, Volvo, Peugeot, Citroen, Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Volkswagen, Mitsubishi, Audi, Seat, Skoda, Harley Davidson, Tesla, Toyota, Fuso, Hino, Dacia, Isuzu and UD Trucks.
Many of Europe’s best-selling and best-known vehicles are included, such as the Volkswagen Golf 7, the Toyota Prius and the Volvo XC90.
As long as your satnav is relatively modern (within the last five years or so), you should be able to update it.
Smaller brands such as Navigon might present a problem, but those with Tom Tom, Garmin or Navman satnavs should be fine.