+1 I'd actually say it's pretty reasonable all things considered!Not totally exorbitant then, just more expensive than a few blanks discs,
Probably the cheapest item available form Nissan for a GTR lol
Just to clarify I only want the firmware that comes on the first disk and wasn't looking for the maps themselves. However, it appears we already have the firmware on these disks, so I don't need the disc anymore.Would someone please be willing to share an image of the first disc of the latest map updates? I want to compare firmware levels to the varies ones I have already.
I sent you a Google message last night with the details!Just to clarify I only want the firmware that comes on the first disk and wasn't looking for the maps themselves. However, it appears we already have the firmware on these disks, so I don't need the disc anymore.
No ideaAnyone know what the improvements with the firmware actually are? Is it just smoother or are there actually new features now ?
Not if you think that stand alone navs with the same data are less than a ton.No idea
Haven't been able to find any changelog either. As far as I know they could easily just have changed the software firmware version and changed nothing haha :chuckle:
I think the fact that the Nav update is only 149 pounds is because it's a general map update for navigation systems used in multiple vehicles from Nissan.
Probably to much work to justify for GTR owners to shelf out 499 pounds or so in comparison to other vehicle owners.
I've asked my dealer about the update, he said it would be available around februari this year. Paying 150 for a map update for a second hand car which cost me 40k pounds is somewhat plausible in my opinion.