So, I’m confused. Is there any official answer as to when version 13.5 will be available for the G90?Here is a pleasant surprise. I went to the mapnsoft site to check on updates. My 3 year free updates should have expired 1/2020 (this month) and here is what it said:
EXPIRATION DATE 1/13/2022 (Complimentary Extension by GMA)
that’s two extra years.
|At the moment, it seems that they have not made a new software update release available yet and unfortunately we do not have any knowledge on future release dates. As such, V12.5 is the latest map update available for this vehicle at the moment."|
No. The 3 years of updates are only for the first owner. You could try asking dealer if they can cut you a break but that is something you should have done before you bought. but it’s not like you paid as much as a first owner.
You are right, sending a message is likely broken. You could try email@example.com
If I had a dime for every post I’ve read that said my 10 old model T car did this, so why not Genesis, then I’d be rich. Different times, different circumstances, different companies, different rules.
Sorry if this sounds a bit harsh but that is the reality.
The basic 5 year - 60K mile warranty is fully transferable, but the 10 year -100K mile powertrain warranty is for original owner only. I think that is correct but I’ll let others verify.
Your experience points out an advantage of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Periodic nav updates will never keep pace with data from smartphone-based mapping apps. That applies to traffic info too, but even more so. At least around here, SiriusXM traffic displays are often incorrect and don't cover smaller highways and surface streets, which apps do.Thanks for that reminder of a puzzlement I ran into some time ago. We wanted to go to a new restaurant, tapped the button, input Wildfin, spin, plot, there was the path, the blue line until the street ran out. Across the screen was Wildfin but no road ???
The next map issue had the path.
The visor button is a great aid, especially while driving down the road.