Originally Posted by Sixftundr
I was actually wondering the same thing... The neighborhood where we live is only a couple of years old and it only shows part of the roads in there. I know it shows a website (I think it's www.navteq.com
) when you go to the information screen for updates...but I don't know if you have to pay for them. IMO we shouldn't have to pay for updates as long as our vehicles are under warranty.
I also looked on Navteq, but didn't see a 2011... they stopped at 2010 which is a different model Nav system too.
Called Dealership today, they're also checking on it... I'll post any news.
I agree, IMO the 730RHR should have current Maps since it's a new release model. The maps come from the same source and my Garmin Nuvi has the latest map DB; so the 730RHR should have similar.
If not free updates, then new WK2 owners should at least be on current maps prior to being required to purchase.
Some of the roads missing are 4 years OLD! Including a new 20 Mile section of I-80 with different Exit Numbers & Ramp locations.