Every day, new roads are built, direction of traffic is changed, pedestrian zones are expanding and some streets are no longer accessible to cars. These changes can obviously impact the route chosen by your navigation system to guide you.
To make the most of your navigation system, you should regularly carry out map updates to ensure you have the latest road layouts and help you save time and reach your destination more quickly.
How to update your navigation system
For Connected 3D Navigation Vehicles
PEUGEOT's Connected 3D Navigation gives you the latest satellite navigation technology, and is enhanced with live data through the Real Time Traffic subscription, offer free on new vehicles for 3 years. Find out more about Connected 3D Navigation here.
Mapping updates are offered free of charge to customers with Connected 3D Navigation. These can be downloaded below and can be then uploaded into your vehicle by USB key – but be sure to follow the detailed instructions to ensure the update works correctly. Please clear your browser cache before downloading the maps for a smooth process.
Access updates via MyPEUGEOT
Within your MYPEUGEOT app select the vehicle icon followed by ‘Vehicle Touchscreen’.
If there is an update available for either your navigation map or touchscreen software, you will see a notification here. The download link can be sent via email, as you will need to download it on a desktop computer. You can also view detailed guidance for the update process.
Through your Retailer
If you prefer, your local Retailer can do this for you – please contact them for a price.
Other PEUGEOT Satellite Navigation Systems
These systems are updated via a manual update which can be carried out by your local PEUGEOT Retailer.
Please contact them for a price. Our experts can order the update pack and complete the update for you on your PEUGEOT.
They will also carry out a free vehicle health-check on your PEUGEOT.