Any navigation system is only as good as its last update. Each year, thousands of miles of new roads are built or changed. If your VW system is outdated, you could be lead on a longer drive than necessary or even to a dead-end. Updating your VW navigation system is often a quick operation, here are the steps you will need to follow.
Your Volkswagen car has a sophisticated navigation system that is only as good as you want it to be. When your vehicle was first built this system was up to date with all the latest road changes and new streets. After a year or more, this system can quickly become outdated and you can be lead in the wrong direction. This is why it is important to keep this system up to date.
Finding Your Map Upgrade
In order to find the map upgrade that specifically works for your car, it is best to visit your local VW dealer or VW online. The online site will ask you to specify your model and year of your VW vehicle. Then, it will present you will the right map upgrade DVD kit for you to upgrade your navigation system with. By using the online or dealer option you can ensure you have the right software for you vehicle.
Upgrading the System
In order to upgrade the navigation system, you will need an upgrade DVD kit like the one described above. Here are the steps.
- Turn your vehicle to the “On” position using your key fob.
- Insert the DVD disc into your car’s CD player.
- Follow the on-screen prompts and let the DVD software update the system.
- Remove the DVD kit when it is complete, you have successfully upgraded your navigation system.
- Turn the vehicle to the “Off” position.
By following these easy steps, you will have an up-to-date navigation system that will have all the latest street name changes and new road additions. Happy motoring!