How can I check the software level of my Niro PHEV2 and is it necessary please?
You will find that UVO is not much better.One of the things is the security angle. After all it's a valuable bit of kit and I wondered if it could be hacked and updates would possibly block that happening. It's basically the same as my Macs.
Another is bits like UVO could be added to the PHEV2 possibility? MyKia seems to be about as useful as an ashtray on a motobike at the moment. The Where's My Car just gives a blank page at the moment. I realise that it's a mobile phone application but I have no idea how much of it is at the car end?
When it gets a bit warmer, next week, I'll get out to the car and have a look to see what I can find, but it's too blasted cold to sit out there at the mo.
I don't often disagree with Turnup, but the dealer will do software updates to the ECU within the service when required, but media system updates have to be requested, and there should be a charge of £40.Your dealer should apply any necessary updates during servicing.
I found (could just be my dealer) but software updates to head unit were free (as it is just another system update), just the mapping they want to charge for.I don't often disagree with Turnup, but the dealer will do software updates to the ECU within the service when required, but media system updates have to be requested, and there should be a charge of £40.
Whos countingI am having a good day, wrong twice. I should have realised you wouldn't go for map updates!