Yes, $48.99 is foR one disk, but price for both disks is $79.99. Still a lot less than OEM priceit looks like that is a "per disk" price. so, if you want the entire US, it's double that price. i just got something in the mail from BMW to update my NAV. i think it was $199.
it is not true..i have mine for 2 weeks now and it DOES work with HUD...The only thing i see the difference is when u turn on the car it takes a little longer to load the map..The ONLY issue I have with this $ 49.99 version is that it does NOT work with H.U.D.
The "data" for speed traps and cameras is "spotty" but my answer to this is any data is better tha no data
I know with the aftermarket non-hard drive nav systems such as the Pioneer one, there is simply too much information to put on a single disc. We're talking millions and millions of POIs and they add more each year so it doesn't surprise me that it has become a two disc system.I am curious about the "Two Disc" version. My 2008 E60 only uses one disc, right? I have only removed the disc once, and it did not appear to hold more than the single disc. So, how is that the new $ 49.99 versions come in two disc package? I frequently travel between Texas and Louisiana. Does this mean I have to swap discs when I cross the border? That would be Funky! I don't have to do this with current stock 2008 Nav disc?