2002 M3 Navigation System

M3 System

Recently I bought a 2009 528i, which comes with the premium package. Even if the vehicle is not an option on the iDrive navigation. So my question must install if I want navigation the things I buy for this? Cost?ThanksJoe. You are in thousands of dollars in parts and labor. Really worth the money and the effort. There are many discussions in this forum for people who want to add navigation to your E60. You can perform a search. I don't understand when you say that you the possibility of iDRIVE. The car should say automatic data, where it should be navigation. What makes you? I don't think that the previous post is correct at all. You can get the navigation of the CCC system for less than $1000. Install, code, enter to finish it. I read a lot, because I have a non - NAV auto and only bought because I had taken me before, upgrade to the new system of the CIC. This system can now be made for about $1500. I can give you only views. Components, such as the works of navigation is a reasonable price. Spend not an another 3 k. It may not be a perfect system, but my 535 2010 NAV works. I don't think that the previous post is correct at all. You can get the navigation of the CCC system for less than $1000. Install, code, enter to finish it. I read a lot, because I have a non - NAV auto and only bought because I had taken me before, upgrade to the new system of the CIC. This system can now be made for about $1500. Thank you for your tickets. I check with dealer soon. Once you upgrade, what I feel. Then, you have the option, iDrive, you should. If you have not changed in 2009. Do you have a second cd slot in the slot of the audio cd? If you have not done so on this care. 2002 m3 navigation system Not worth the cost of the slight advantage that provides. You need to buy new discs every two years and it is a pain to use the cell phone, while have a Smartphone, to put in his speech, much faster and more accurately,. . . . . .