Originally Posted by lt4vette
I don't know whether other manufacturers update their maps. Or with what frequency. But it probably wouldn't cause me to switch - which I've no doubt Jeep has figured out!
Bugger about the lack of response, or the patronising, "go away annoying person" response. But I got much the same from Holden when I enquired about the Captiva's map.
We had a 2011 Cappy. Its nav map was dated around 2010/11. I enquired about a map upgrade. Parts "interpreter" as the guy is called, said that it's listed as 2013 and costs $380 to update.
Needless to say I declined and continued to use the trusty TomTom VIA620 which cost well under $300 and has quarterly map updates, all of which are from the same source as Holden's maps - Whereis.