Went to buy the software for my upcoming holidays in France and - 169 Euros - £105 approx for one CD. Choke, splutter cough. The Michelin which ones passenger/navigator will have to live with is £11.00. Even though I go three of four times a year its not worth that. See Navtech.com The 147 discs also fit Doblo/Stilo/Ducato apparently.
Hi Jay Nine, I received a Navtech CD from Alfa Romeo France yesterday. The version they sent isn't the updated one, since it's the '2001-1 France, ver. T1000-4141' cd. The strange thing is that setting up the voice recognition system is impossible with this version. However the '2001-2 France' cd, which I've tested at the Fiat dealership does the job perfectly well.
Anyway, if having an older version of the maps of France doesn't bother you, you can have the cd if you like.
You can copy the cd's indeed with Nero V5 and CloneCD!
[off topic]A part from that the cd's which say will not play on PC and or MAC, well you can! All you need is a bit of transparent tape. Look at the backside of your cd and you can see when the data tracks stop, than paste the tape as close as to that edge as possible, the cd will play than (stick it at three places close to the edge)like any other cd. Trick is here, it reads the index when it recognizes it is being played in a cd-rom player it will jump to the last track of the cd, which is a looped track filled with nothing, by putting tape on the cd this track becomes "unreadable" the cd-rom will go back to the index of the cd and play the next "track" whic is the music!!!....
this has nothing to do with the NAV Tech cd's but still... I us this to rip a cd to mp3's and burn them. problem fixed