2009 Range Rover Supercharged Navigation Screen

UPDATE: NAVTEQ has been fully integrated into Nokia’s HERE brand. Please refer to your local Land Rover dealer for DVD navigation updates.

Land Rover, along with many other vehicle manufacturers, has made extensive use of DVD-based navigation systems over the past several years. While relatively inexpensive, the primary downside to DVD nav systems is that they quickly become out of date. A majority of the information contained on your vehicle’s original DVD is certainly still valid, but roads, subdivisions, addresses, and routes are frequently created, moved, and updated.

To make matters worse, figuring out where to get an updated DVD for your navigation can be confusing. Where do you buy an updated DVD? How much do they cost? How often are they updated? Can you get them for other areas of the world? Below you will find everything you need to know.

Where to Buy Updated DVD Discs

Updated North American and European navigation DVDs (or CDs) for Land Rovers — and many other vehicles — can be ordered directly from NAVTEQ. NAVTEQ typically releases updated DVDs in two-year blocks, but the DVD  or CD version you have available for your vehicle will depend on its year, make, and model. Before ordering, you may want to consider contacting NAVTEQ to see when the next update will be released.

North American DVD Update Discs Are Available For:

2007 – 2010 LR2
2005 – 2009 LR3
2000 – 2004 Range Rover (CD)
2005 – 2009 Range Rover (DVD)
2006 – 2009 Range Rover Sport
Many other years, makes, and models.

Consult your owner’s manual for information on replacing your navigation DVD or if you want to find out for sure which version of the DVD you already have installed. If you own a Land Rover, your local Land Rover retailer can also help you with locating and replacing the DVD disc or updating a hard drive navigation system. Hard drive navigation systems can be found on newer Land Rover models, such as the LR4 and the 2010 and newer Range Rovers.

North American DVD Nav Update Details

The information presented below is for the most current DVD version of the maps as of September 4th, 2011. Exact prices, details, and contents of the update may differ based on your vehicle’s year, make, and model. You will be able to select your vehicle on the NAVTEQ website.

North America Nav Update DVD – $199.00

  • U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands
  • 6.2 Million Miles of Roads
  • 487,820 Restaurants
  • 128,196 ATMs
  • 105,629 Gas Stations
  • 74,075   Hotels

North America and Mexico Nav Update DVD Set – $349.00

  • U.S., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands
  • 6.49 Million Miles of Roads
  • 2.1 Million Points of Interest

Mexico Coverage Areas:

Tijuana
Los Cabos
Mazatlan
Puerta Vallarta
Guadalajara
Mexico City
Monterrey
Nuevo Laredo
Puebla
Merida
Cancun

2009 Range Rover Supercharged Navigation Screen



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