It's worth looking out for the email from Skoda telling you your Remote Access and Infotainment Online services are about to expire - normally around a month before they do. From my experience, if you click on the link in that email, there is generally a limited-time discount to renew both services (separately if you wish).Ask your dealer to be sure, but a 71 plate with MIB3 should receive over the air updates for the sat nav and other things as well. To receive over the air updates, you need to be signed up to Skoda Connect - free for the first year and payable after that.
I've never managed to update my maps via either USB or SD in my 2019 car, but that may be to do with me only having an Apple Macbook as my only computer and Skoda has issues with some of the small hidden files that Macs put onto an SD card which means the car just doesn't find the mapping files even though they are there.Thanks for that scratch113.
There are no SD card slots or DVD/CD fitted as far as i can see.
How would you update the SAT NAV without SD slots or DVD reader?
I see what i believe to be USB C inputs.
But none of my computers have these.