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Been reading through the forums and FAQs and still am a little confused on the meaning of the last letter in the part #s.

Saw some units for sale, part #s

4B0 035 192K

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4B0 035 192E

I assume both are Nav Plus units that are CD based, not RNS-E. Just trying to understand what the difference between the E & K are, if any and what is right for my car, a 2002 A6 2.7T. Also, are there updates available for the navigation CDs, with more up to date maps and landmarks? If so, where can those updates be found?
 

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In the case of 4B0 units, an E suffix is a "C" (RNS-C) unit and the K suffix is a "DX" (RNS-D) unit. You would probably want the DX unit as disks are much more available. Email me if you need more info.
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