Due to the homepage, Lumia 710 is equipped with Nokia Maps and Drive. Searching the homepage, you will find that the latest version of Nokia Maps is 3.09. You will find a user guide with a lot of nice features.
When the Lumia you've ordered is delivered, you will find that Lumia has a much simpler version of Maps and Drive. I don't have to repeat everything that is missing, it's well documented in other threads. But it's not even near what earlier Nokia models had years ago.
Couldn't you please rename Maps and Drive to something else until the Lumia version is upgraded to at least the same functionality? Apperently we are many who feel fooled and busted, and more will come every day when loyal Nokia customers think they are paying for something that has developed, and buy a new Nokia phone.
The Nokia Maps series of apps is different depending on the operating system of your Nokia phone because the different platforms are not compatible with one another. Maps 3.09 is the latest version for Symbian phones, Maps 2.0 is the latest version for Windows Phone.
If you could let us know where exactly on the Nokia web site you saw 3.09 for Lumia devices, we'll get this checked.
Certainly no mention on this resource:http://www.nokia.com/gb-en/support/product/lumia71
Symbian specialist until 31/01/2013 with interests in Maemo & MeeGo but an aversion to Windows!
Maybe this differs between different languages, but please search the Swedish site for maps="kartor". The first three hits leads to specific phone models, but below are links to Nokia maps. The third link leads to the latest version 3.09:
There you will find link to extensive guides of Maps, either online or as PDF:
Nowhere says a word about Symbian or Windows, or that there are two different applications that both have the same name. Maybe this is obvious for you working daily with mobile phones, but not for many of your average customers.
Nokia maps for Windows phone is so different, so many features are missing, a few are added.
If your point is that nothing is missing, because Nokia maps for Windows phone is a totally different product, then you should have given it a clearly distinguishing name.