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Old 05-17-2006, 07:02 PM
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Thumbs up mk3 to mk4 what diffierences

hi im in london england i have a 2001 e39 525 with 16:9 screen mk3 sat nav, tv etc. Am very interested in buying a mk4 unit for the sat nav but just wanted to know exactly what will change. as i understand i will get quicker search times due to dvd, persective view (3d) not sure what else so is it worth me spending£300-£500 to get a mk4 unit cos what exacly will cjange and if anybody has gone from mk3 to mk4 would they say yes do it or no save your money and buy something else thanks!!!!
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Old 05-17-2006, 07:18 PM
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I did the upgrade from a MkIII to a MkIV. The notable differences are ones you already mentioned - faster, DVD based, and better graphics.

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