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      06-26-2012, 02:27 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by gerbs View Post
BMW released information regarding the July production changes as follows:



The "current generation" Nav Professional System is what has been in use in the E9x since MY 2008.

For the 2013 328i & 335i Sedan, BMW still uses the "current generation" Nav Professional System.

For the 2013 ActiveHybrid 3 Sedan, BMW will use the "next generation" Nav Professional System.

Both of these models are in the same series, class, and roll off the same production line. I personally find this ridiculous, given the $3,100 price tag.


This is somewhat minor for people who aren't very tech oriented with their BMWs, as it is more of a performance upgrade/visual update (faster processor, higher resolution, updated maps, etc.) But if you're a techie and can pinpoint and articulate these differences, it's quite a b!tch to be without said update.

Specifically,



From a tech standpoint, this is a very substantial, major upgrade.
Checking this w/ my head office contact in Canada ...
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