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Given that it's 0 I didn't want to buy an 11 month old disk, even if it was current (in the loosest meaning of the word).It's obviously a Company policy of not providing release dates to potential customers. ) auto companies sell GPS maps as an auto part and price them accordingly.Needless to say, I won't ever purchase another Pioneer.
If you have an android device, there is Map Factor Navigator.It uses data from Open Street, is free and has mapping for most countries.We have used it in Australia and Asia and have found it quite good.I would hope they match the Tom Tom regime, but I'm not planning my days around it. Doesn't explain why it sends me away from where I need to go.FWIW, the Outback is a couple of years old and the map data are held on a micro-SD card which plugs into the dash. Sadly it is the same with Toyota, we need to purchase a map DVD for a cost of 0. These vehicle companies need to have a look at what they are charging for! Same with me I just had my six year old Camry Hybrid serviced and asked them why for some two or three years my inbuilt GPS is always wanting to send my away from where I need to go. And speaking of service costs every time I get my car serviced I get phone calls saying extra work needs doing. As an aside, you won't necessarily be any better off if you try to replace your OEM unit with an aftermarket one.