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2009 - 2010 v20 MAPS

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Hey guys!

 

I have recently come across v20 c2 maps that work on the 2009, 2010 370z (DVD VERSION) if anyone would like a copy PM me, I'll send you the files (or a link) and a paypal donate button so you can send me some love if you feel like it.  paypal.me/port3s

 

I'm in Sydney and I'm willing to make a few copies and meet up in Homebush for a chill out/update session

 

They aren't the most current maps but it's better than the v16 I had. I'm putting it up on on the zClub FB page too if anyone is on there.

Admin, if this isn't allowed please delete. Just wanting to help our fellow 370ers

 

Enjoy guys.

Edited by port3s

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Hey bud,

I've also got a copy of the v20 maps (DVD Version) but when I burnt them to a DVD, I popped it into the DVD rom in the car, loaded it successfully but I cannot type in an address. Did you have this problem?

Some say, from the US 370Z site that it could be the quality of media I'm using. Any thoughts?

Dan.

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Hi All,

I have the 2013 (MY2012.5) 370z and like most of you it came with outdated 2011 maps on delivery.  I have put up with it for a while but now looking to update to the the most recent version (2018 V24).  Just wondering if anyone has come across an inexpensive way of obtaining the new map data.

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Hi All,

I have the 2013 (MY2012.5) 370z and like most of you it came with outdated 2011 maps on delivery.  I have put up with it for a while but now looking to update to the the most recent version (2018 V24).  Just wondering if anyone has come across an inexpensive way of obtaining the new map data.

How'd you go with getting a map update? I'm chasing one too.
Plenty of old threads but no one is around to lend a hand 

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Hi All,

The map thing for the Z is a complete joke - Nissan says it will cost around $350 to provide current update.  I am advised that the procedure requires obtaining a unique ID from the head unit to be updated -- this unique code is entered into the Nissan system and the update DVD is generated specifically for that head unit only and will not work in any other head unit.

Nissan provides FREE upgrades to the 2016 map version for other vehicles in their range (see Nissan Aus website) but does not offer for the z .... WTF?

Maps are available from Navigation Systems Australia .. (http://www.navigationau.com/nissan.html) but are $450 for the 2019 version, $350 for 2018 etc.  I understand that Nissan partners with them to provide maps --- I suspect that the same unique code issue applies to these maps also.

Maps are available for Nissan USA owners (for entire USA and Canada) for around $150 (US, I guess)

SUMMARY;

1) Nissan does not care to support it's Australian 370Z owners and sees them fair game to be price gouged for map updates :(

2) Copying DVD for use in different head units is claimed to be impossible :(

3) Australian customers are being forced to pay HIGH prices for map data which is readily and cheaply available to others. eg you can buy a Tom-Tom for a couple of hundred bucks which offers lifetime free map upgrades ... and Nissan provides free upgrades for other vehicles in the range

Therefore, I have all but given up on a map data update.

The only way forward in my view is to hear from members in the Zclub who have successfully updated their maps and to find out how it is done given the Nissan system constraints.

Alternatively, does anybody have ideas about how we could 'lobby' Nissan to provide a fairer and more economically viable map data support to their customers?

Cheers

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Yo! I have a new map update I'm pretty sure it's v20 I can take a look in the car tomorrow and let you know. I offered it to members last year but no one really showed interest. Where are you located? Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk

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Yo! I have a new map update I'm pretty sure it's v20 I can take a look in the car tomorrow and let you know. I offered it to members last year but no one really showed interest. Where are you located? Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk

Can you check for us?

I'm definitely interested in this if it's the latest version.

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Hey man, it's the v20 I'm 100% sure I posted it up on the ICE thread in the forum. If you're local I can make you a copy.. works on Subaru too Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk

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Do you have a 09 or 10 370z? I can make you a copy of the map update Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk

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Legend!

 

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Cancel that!

Edited by #1ZED
Found info on another thread

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