I believe the hardware itself is a bit different, so no.
I drove an Eco-standard as a loaner for a week and noticed that it displayed the compass heading in the dash display just like the Eco Sport. The compass heading appears to be calculated using the GPS position because it is blanked out until the NAV system acquires enough satellites to calculate your current position. If the car had a compass sensor, the heading would always be displayed regardless of the GPS system status. So I think that, at the very least, the basic receiver and software to calculate the current position is included in the Eco Standard, even if the map display and routing software is absent. Unless the hardware difference is on the display and routing side, it should be possible to upgrade the command center with the NAV software since the satellite receiver and position calculation software appears to be present in the Eco Standards.I believe the hardware itself is a bit different, so no.
Everything looks exactly the same. The only difference is that there is no Nav screen option on the CUI and there is no backup camera image when you put the car in Reverse.I've never seen an Eco Standard...
How does the ,CUI' place look like?
Is it ready to take standard car audio units?
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Actually, I am asking the Eco-standard owner about this question. If the Nav lady knows your location, it probably has GPS capability.Do you have the lady nagging about your speed at certain areas?
Most dealers turn it off.I never have had a 'nav lady' tell me anything about my speed, except when I have my wife as a passenger....