Is the navigation system in your car outdated, and updating the firmware from an authorized dealer is expensive?
🌿Save £100+ on a satnav upgrade in your car with SatNavConnect.
👉Get a sat nav update SD card and get the latest software update in just 45 minutes without having to go to an authorized dealer.
Travel and drive in your car in comfort with the latest sat nav update!
Ensure that your sat nav unit matches the one in the photo on the left to make sure you are making the correct purchase. Mazda CONNECT System 2022 SD card with the latest map.
Part no: BDMC 66 EZ1A. Please check your device for compatibility before purchasing. Check the listing photos. Your device should look the same as in the pictures. If you are unsure, please contact me for help before buying. The card is brand new, never been used or bonded to any car. No need to program anything. Just insert the card and you are ready to go. Once the card is inserted it will be assigned to the vehicle's VIN. After that, you can't use it on another device.
Suitable for following cars with new Mazda widescreen navigation see the pic. of the unit. The All-New Mazda3 adopts an extended 8.8-inch widescreen centre display, which enables a split-screen view.
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📍Update your car's sat-nav without worry, with SD cards from SatNavConnect. Click "add to cart" and checkout with free 2-3 day shipping across the UK.
How to use?
- Make sure your car is turned off.
- Insert the SD card purchased from SatNavConnect into your car's SD media slot.
- Start the car and wait until the sat nav is completely updated (the update will start automatically).
Note! Some multimedia systems take time to recognize the SD card, so in some cases, it is necessary to wait a couple of minutes for the system to start updating. Do not turn off your car if the update did not start right away.
Why update maps?
Reduction of fuel costs:
Reduce your fuel costs with up-to-date maps. You can reduce your vehicle's average fuel consumption by up to 12 per cent. The range of savings is especially impressive on longer journeys. Compare the savings you can achieve on fuel throughout the year with the price of our maps and join a community of users who update their maps regularly.
Higher road safety:
If the maps are out of date, the navigation system can often give you incorrect instructions and information. It is possible that on some roads the speed limit has been changed, some sections are closed or the direction of travel has been changed to a one-way street. You should always follow the traffic signs, but the instructions provided by the navigation system can be very helpful and easy to drive.
Quieter travel without stress:
Anyone may encounter errors when planning a route, which is often considered to be a fault in the navigation system. The most common reason for errors in route calculation is that the software and maps are outdated, so these errors can be prevented simply by updating them.
Current points of interest (POIs):
Not only the road network is changing, but also the database of available points of interest. The list includes gas stations, ATMs, pharmacies, restaurants, accommodations, parking spaces, monuments, lookout towers, tourist attractions and many other places you may need on the road. With the current POI database, you can find places that are important and interesting to you.
✅Update your car's sat-nav without worry, with SD cards from SatNavConnect. Click "add to cart" and checkout with free 2-3 day shipping across the UK.
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