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New integrated dealer-fit sat-nav for BMWs

BMW has teamed up with TomTom to offer integrated navigation devices in selected models of 1 series, 3 series, X1 and X3 cars.

Dealers across Europe can retrofit the TomTom Go Live device which integrates with BMW’s car entertainment system allowing navigation directions and hands-free phone calls to be given over the car’s speakers and temporarily mute any other audio sources.

The cost of the item and fitting varies, but will be substantially cheaper than the cost of an integrated satellite navigation sytem in a BMW, which ranges between about £1,500 and £2,000.

Author: Andrew Brady
 


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Comments

  • Jay Nicholls - 02/02/2014 13:34

    I have a 1 series BMW 118d sport 2012 and would like to fit sat nav is this possible?

  • Don - 22/02/2014 00:54

    I would like someone to fit a built-in satnav to my x3

  • Danny - 23/06/2016 19:45

    i would like someone to fit SATNAV on BMW X1 year 2013. is it possible to fit with hidden wires?

  • Pat Lowrie - 03/07/2017 19:42

    Can i purchase the enclosure that replaces the dash glove box without sat nav or wiring harness. Pat Lowrie

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