Honda Frequently Asked Questions
General Update InformationHow can I tell if I have the latest maps? Please follow steps 1 and 2 of the map update process on this website.
What do I need to get a map update? You will need a 16 GB USB drive, a high-speed Internet connection and up to 4 hours of time.
Can I go to my Honda dealer for system updates? Most dealers can update your navigation system. Please contact your dealer for more information. Service fees may apply.
How can I tell what map version I have? In the navigation application, you can see your map version by going to Settings > Map & Vehicle > myMaps.
How can I tell what software version I have? In the navigation application the software version can be found under Settings > Device > About.
How do I update the navigation application software? Please contact your local dealership.
Are map updates available on DVD? No, map updates are only available to download. Please follow the instructions provided in this website to download your map update.
How often do new maps come out? New map updates are released once a year.
How do I update the Points of Interest? (Restaurants, Petrol Stations, etc.) Points of Interest are included in a map update.
Will my Favourites be deleted when I update my maps? No, these items will not be deleted when a map update occurs.
Subscription QuestionsDo I get map updates? Honda vehicles with Garmin supplied navigation can receive updates through this portal. To confirm if you have Garmin-supplied navigation, on your navigation application go to Settings > Device > About and check that navigation is being provided by Garmin.
Do I have to pay for map updates? For Honda vehicles with Garmin navigation, a user gets 5 years of map updates at no cost.
How much longer will I receive free map updates for? Garmin Express will display how much time you have left in your subscription.
The Update ProcessHow long does a navigation update take? The time required will vary based on file size and Internet speed. Please allow up to 4 hours of time to complete this update.
Can I drive my car while I’m updating my navigation application? Yes, but your navigation will be disabled until the update is complete.
How can I tell that my maps updated successfully? Your Navigation System will display “Update Successful” if the maps were updated successfully.
Troubleshooting or Reporting ProblemsAfter the navigation update I have the navigation icon but I do not have a map or Points of Interest. What do I do? Restart the update process by following the instructions provided on this website. If you continue to have issues, please contact customer support or your local dealer.
My navigation icon disappeared. How do I get my navigation icon back on my Navigation System? Please contact your local dealership.
My car lost power in the middle of an update. What do I do? Restart the map update process again by following the map update procedure.
My update won’t start when I plug in the USB drive. What do I do? Delete all files on the USB drive and restart the process from step 1 of the update instructions provided on this website. If you continue to have this issue, please contact customer support or your local dealer.
I just updated my map. Why are there still map errors? We strive to provide our customers with the most economical, accurate and up-to-date electronic maps available. However, features are continually changing so the data may not reflect the latest modifications and/or additions in your area. There may be an occasion where a map update was not available in time to be included in the latest map version. You are solely responsible for safe navigation and the prudent use of the mapping product.
I found an error in the map. What can I do? Please report this issue at this link. Report Map Error
I have more questions, who do I call for customer support? Please contact Honda Customer support.
Garmin и Honda, сервис погоды INRIX и обновленный Sygic
Производитель GPS-навигационной техники Garmin объявил о заключении контракта с Honda Motors сроком на 4 года, благодаря чему, навигация от Garmin будет устанавливаться в большинство новых моделей развлекательно-информационных систем Honda.
Первая модель, которая получит обновленную медиасистему с навигацией отGarmin, будет Honda Pilot 2016 модельного года.
Медиасистема будет полностью интегрирована в информационную консоль автомобиля. Навигационное ПО позволит пользователю использовать, как онлайн карты с обновлением информации через интернет, так и загружать карты непосредственно в навигатор, что позволит ориентироваться в районах, где нет сотовой связи.
Навигационная система будет иметь удобную голосовую поворотную навигацию, возможность обновления информации о пробках и заторах, а также систему слежения за полосой движения.
Компания INRIX, ведущий поставщик услуг информирования о трафике и сервисов для водителей, запускает новый сервис информирования о погоде.
Это не просто передача информации о температуре, сервис сообщает о прогнозируемой температуре, уровне осадков и влажности, состоянии дорожного покрытия, впереди, по ходу движения автомобиля, на основании чего будут формироваться рекомендации по скорости движения или формирование альтернативных путей движения.
Информирование от INRIX интегрируется в медиасистемы крупнейших автопроизводителей Audi, BMW, Volkswagen, Toyota и т.д.
Ведущий производитель GPS навигации Sygic выпустил обновленную версию своего приложения, которое теперь позволяет не только использовать его в качестве навигатора, но и предлагает варианты пеших прогулок, имеет встроенные сервис бронирования отелей и много другое.
Sygic GPS Navigation – это приложение, работающее в автономном режиме без обращения к интернету на основе карт с высокой детализацией дорог и объектов. Карты хранятся в памяти телефона, а бесплатные обновления доступны на всем сроке службы.
Поскольку приложение Sygic работает в автономном режиме, пользователь может использовать его в длительных поездках и путешествиях за границей при нулевых затратах на роуминг. Для водителя имеется набор расширенных функций, голосовые команды по перестроению, схемы проезда сложных перекрестков, многоточечные нестандартные маршруты, голосовое сопровождение, включающее названия улиц и, конечно, информацию о камерах контроля скорости с предупреждениями о соблюдении скоростного режима.
Кроме того, в отличие от конкурентов, только Sygic обеспечивает превосходное отображение ландшафтов, зданий, парков, гор и долин в формате 3D, что позволяет намного проще ориентироваться в незнакомой местности. Пешеходные же маршруты помогут быстро пройти до нужной точки самым кратким путем.
Среди других особенностей новой версии Sygic – это интеграция сервисов Yelp,TripAdvisor, Viator и Foursquare. Партнерство с такими компаниями, какTripAdvisor и Viator позволяет получить Sygic новые источники дохода, от комиссии с заказа.
Кстати приложение от Sygic недавно достигла рекордных 100 миллионов загрузок, в настоящее время компания планирует до конца года увеличить количество установленных экземпляров ПО до 150 миллионов. До конца сентября 2015 года Sygic Европа и Россия будет предлагаться в App Store по акции со скидкой -70%.
инструкция Garmin Honda Portable Navigation
Register Your Honda Portable Navigation System
Go to http://my.garmin.com to register your Honda Portable Navigation System.
Placing the unit on the Mount
1. Flip up the GPS antenna.
2. Fit the bottom of your unit into the cradle on the vehicle mount.
3. Tilt the unit back until it snaps into place.
To remove your unit from the cradle, press the small tab on the
bottom of the cradle up, rotate the unit, and remove it.
Turning the unit on and off
Press and hold the Power button on the top of the unit.
Charging the Honda Portable Navigation System
You can charge the unit using the vehicle mount, connecting the USB cable to the unit and your
computer, or by connecting the AC adapter to the unit and a wall outlet.
Before the unit can nd your current location and navigate a route, you must do the following:
1. Go outdoors to an open area, away from tall buildings and trees.
2. Flip up the GPS antenna on the back of the unit, so that it is parallel to the ground.
3. Turn on the Honda Portable Navigation System.
Acquiring satellite signals can take a few minutes. The bars indicate satellite strength.
NOTE: The rst time the Honda Portable Navigation System acquires satellites (or if
the unit has moved hundreds of miles since last acquiring satellites) it may take
several minutes. Afterward, acquisition times are quicker during normal use.
personal travel assistant
quick reference guide
© 2007 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries
Garmin® is a registered trademark, and nüvi™, MyGarmin™, Garmin Travel Guide™, and Garmin Lock™ are
trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries and may not be used without the express permission of Garmin.
Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Mac® is a registered trademark of Apple
For the latest free software updates (excluding map data) throughout the life of your Garmin products, visit the
Garmin Web site at www.garmin.com.
April 2007 190-00745-01 Rev. B Printed in Taiwan
Tips and Quick Settings
• To quickly return to the Menu page, press and hold the Back button.
• Touch and to see more choices. Touch and hold an arrow to scroll faster.
• Touch the Help button to learn more about the Travel Kit features.
• To extend the battery life, close the GPS antenna when you do not need GPS signals. You can
also decrease the brightness.
Press and quickly release the Power button or touch
on the Menu page. Move the sliders to adjust the
volume and brightness. Touch Lock to prevent accidental
screen taps. To unlock the screen, press the Power
Loading Items to Your
Honda Portable Navigation System
1. Connect the small end of the USB cable into the mini-
USB port on your unit.
2. Connect the larger end of the cable to an available USB
port on your computer.
3. Windows® Computer: Double-click the My Computer icon on your computer’s desktop. Two
new removable disk drives appear in your list of drives: “nuvi” and “nuvi sd.”
Mac® Computer: The “nuvi” and “nuvi sd” drives mount onto your Mac desktop as two
This guide provides short instructions for various operations of your Honda Portable Navigation System. Fold
and keep this guide in your glove box.
See the Important Safety and Product Information guide for product warnings and legal information.
CAUTION: This product contains a lithium-ion battery. See the Important Safety and Product Information
guide in the product box for important battery safety information.
Notice: Check your state and local trafc laws before mounting. Currently, state laws in California and
Minnesota prohibit drivers from using suction mounts on their windshields while operating motor vehicles.
Other Garmin dashboard or friction mounting options can be used. See the Important Safety and Product
Information guide that came with your Honda Portable Navigation System for more details.
For questions or problems with your Honda Portable Navigation System, contact Garmin Product Support by
phone: 866/202.5098, Monday–Friday, 8 AM–5 PM Central Time; or go to www.garmin.com/support, and
click Product Support.
Refer to the owner’s manual located on your “nuvi” drive and on the Garmin Web site: www.garmin.com/
hondaportablenavigation. Click the Manuals link and then select Download.
NOTE: For questions about accessories, contact Garmin Product Support.
MCX connector (for
an optional external
SD card slot
GARMIN HONDA COMPACT NAVIGATION SYSTEM USER MANUAL Pdf Download.
190-00744-00_0A.indd 1 12/21/2006 8:17:35 AM...
Garmin. Garmin hereby grants permission to download a single copy of this manual onto a hard drive or other electronic storage medium to be viewed and to print one copy of this manual or of any revision hereto,...
Page 3: Manual Conventions
When you are instructed to “touch” something, use your finger to touch an item on the screen. Small arrows (>) appear in the text. They indicate that you should touch a series of items on the Honda Compact Navigation System screen. For example, if you see “touch Where to >...
Page 4: Table Of Contents
able of ontents Where to ..........10 able of onTenTs Finding Your Destination ......10 Finding an Address ........10 Preface............i Finding a Place by Spelling the Name ... 11 Manual Conventions ......... i Finding a Place Using Coordinates ..12 Tips and Shortcuts ........iv Finding a Place Using the Map ....12 Getting Started ........1 Expanding Your Search ......13...
Page 5: Table Of Contents
able of ontents Receiving a Call ........28 Changing the System Settings ....40 Using Call Waiting ........29 Changing the Locale Settings ....41 Transferring Audio to Your Phone ..29 Changing the Display Settings ....42 Using the Phone Book ......29 Changing the Navigation Settings ..43 Using Call History ........29 Changing the Bluetooth Settings ...43 Calling Home .........30...
Page 6: Tips And Shortcuts
● To extend the battery life, close the GPS antenna when you do not need to use the Honda Compact Navigation System for navigation. You can also decrease the brightness. ● To access the Quick Settings page, quickly press and release the Power button.
● AC charger to receive power from a wall outlet ● USB cable to connect the Honda Compact Navigation System to your computer ● Yellow sheet that contains your unit’s serial number and unlock code for future reference ●...
Page 8: Placing The Honda Compact Navigation System On The Mount
➌ 2. Fit the bottom of your Honda Compact Navigation System into the cradle on the vehicle mount. 3. Tilt the Honda Compact Navigation System back until it snaps into place. To remove your unit from the cradle, press the small tab on the bottom ➋...
Page 9: Turning The Honda Compact Navigation System On Or Off
Charging the Honda Compact Navigation System To charge the unit, use one of the following methods: ● Connect the Honda Compact Navigation System to the vehicle mount. ● Connect the USB cable to the unit and your computer. ● Connect the AC adapter to the unit and a wall outlet.
Page 10: Changing The Volume, Brightness, And Screen Lock
Power button. Resetting Your Honda Compact Navigation System If the Honda Compact Navigation System screen stops functioning, turn the unit off and on again. If this does not help, do the following: ➋ 1. Remove the unit from the mount or, if it is connected to the AC charger, disconnect it.
Page 11: Locking Your Honda Compact Navigation System
Write down your PIN, and keep it in a safe place. If you forget your PIN, you can go to your security location to unlock the unit. To help prevent theft of the Honda Compact Navigation System, apply the Garmin Lock sticker to the inside of a vehicle window, and do the following: 1.
Page 12: Understanding The Menu
Traffic Menu Page ● GPS satellite signals—represents the satellite signals being received by your Honda Compact Navigation System. When you see green bars, you have a strong signal. ● Battery status—represents the status of the battery charge. The lightening bolt symbol indicates that the Honda Compact Navigation System is currently charging.
Page 13: Understanding The Trip Information
aGes Understanding the Map Page View Map From the Menu page, touch to open the Map page. The vehicle icon shows your current location. Touch the text bar to Touch to zoom out. prevew the turns n Touch to return to the the route Menu page.
Page 14: Understanding The Turns Preview
Reset trip Touch to reset the Trip Information page before beginning a trip. If you make frequent stops, leave the Honda Compact Navigation System turned on so it can accurately measure elapsed time during the trip. Touch Reset Max to reset the Maximum Speed.
Page 15: Understanding The Next Turn
aGes Understanding the Next Turn Page Turn Page The Next Turn page displays the upcoming turn on the map and the distance and time remaining before you reach the turn. To view an upcoming turn on the map, touch turn in on the Map page, or touch any turn from the Current Route page.
Page 16: Where To
To Finding Your Destination Flip up the antenna on the Honda Compact Navigation System to get satellite signals. Then, use the unit to find your destination and navigate to it. 1. On the Menu page, touch Where 2. Search for your destination. Touch the arrows for more choices.
Page 17: Finding A Place By Spelling The Name
here 3. Type the address number, and touch Done. 4. Type the street name until a list of streets appears. 5. Select the street. If more than one matching address is found, select the one that you want. 6. Touch Go. tiP: You can search for a postal code.
Page 18: Finding A Place Using Coordinates
here Finding a Place Using Coordinates You can find a place by entering the location coordinates. This can be helpful if you enjoy geocaching. 1. On the Menu page, touch Where to > Coordinates. 2. Enter the coordinates for your destination, and touch Next. 3.
Page 19: Expanding Your Search
NOte: Your unit automatically searches for places near your current location. Adding a Stop to Your Route You can add one stop (Via Point) to your route. The Honda Compact Navigation System gives you directions to the stop and then to your final destination.
Page 20: Stopping Your Route
Adding a a Detour to Your Route If you want the Honda Compact Navigation System to try to calculate a new route to avoid something ahead of you, use the following procedure. 1. On the Map page, select Menu to return to the Menu page.
Page 21: My Locations
ocatIons ocaTions Understanding My Locations You can save your favorite places in Locations. Saving Places That You Search For 1. After you search for a place you want to save, touch Save. 2. Touch OK. The place is saved in My Locations >...
Page 22: Setting A Home Location
ocatIons Finding Your Authorized Honda Dealership 1. On the Menu page, touch Where to > Honda Dealers. 2. The 50 closest authorized Honda Dealers are displayed. Select a dealership. 3. The address and telephone number of the dealership is displayed. Touch Go. Setting a Home Location You can set a home location for the place you return to most often.
Page 23: Editing Saved Places
ocatIons Editing Saved Places You can change the name, symbol, or phone number of a saved place. 1. On the Menu page, touch Where to > My Locations > Favorites. 2. Select the place you want to edit. 3. Touch Edit. 4.
Page 24: Travel Kit
ravel ravel The Travel Kit provides many features that are helpful when you are traveling. Touch Help to learn more about the Travel Kit. 1. On the Menu page, touch Travel Kit. 2. Touch the item you want to open. Listening to MP3 Files 1.
NOte: The Honda Compact Navigation System plays MP3 files only. It does not support M4A/M4P files. Using a Playlist This feature involves managing files on your Honda Compact Navigation System. See pages 35–38 for detailed information concerning file management.
Page 26: Playing Audible Books
Playing Audible Books Your Honda Compact Navigation System provides sample audible books, which are only portions of the book. Purchase full books from Audible.com at www.honda- access.com. 1. On the Menu page, touch Travel Kit > Audible Book Player.
AudibleManager icon to open AudibleManager. 3. In the Choose your device window, check the box next to “Garmin - nuvi”. Click Next. 4. Enter your Audible user name and password. Click Next. 5. Connect your Honda Compact Navigation System to your computer using the USB cable.
NOte: If you are unable to connect to the Internet or have any other problems activating your Honda Compact Navigation System, refer to the AudibleManager Help file. Select Help from the menu, and then click Help. Step 2: Download the book to your computer Refer to AudibleManager’s Help file for detailed instructions about downloading...
Page 29: Viewing Pictures
Step 3: Transfer the book to your Honda Compact Navigation System Refer to AudibleManager’s Help file for detailed instructions about downloading books to your computer and loading them on your Honda Compact Navigation System. You must first activate your unit before transferring books.
Page 30: Using The World Clock
ravel Viewing a Slide Show Slide Show Touch to start a slide show, which displays each image for a few moments and then displays the next image. You can zoom in or out and pan by dragging the picture with your finger. Touch anywhere on the screen to stop the slide show. Using the World Clock 1.
Page 31: Converting Measurements
Updating Conversion Rates The Honda Compact Navigation System allows you to update the currency conversion rates manually so that you are always using the most current rates. 1. On the Menu page, touch Travel Kit > Currency Converter. 2. Touch Update.
Page 32: Using Bluetooth ® Technology
If you have a phone with Bluetooth wireless technology, and your phone is supported by the Honda Compact Navigation System (see www.honda-access.com), you can use your unit as a hands-free device. Hands-free phone features are only available if your phone supports that feature using Bluetooth technology (for example, phone book, voice dial, and call waiting).
Page 33: Calling A Number
6. If the pairing is successful, the Phone icon appears on the Menu page. When you turn on the Honda Compact Navigation System, it tries to pair with the last phone with which it paired. After the initial pairing, you can set some phones to automatically connect with a designated device when the phone is turned on.
Page 34: Calling A Place
2. Enter the information. Touch Back twice, when finished. 3. To end the call, touch Call. Calling a Place 1. Ensure that your phone is paired with the Honda Compact Navigation System (“nüvi”). 2. On the Menu page, touch Phone > Dial.
Page 35: Using Call Waiting
Using Call Waiting If you get a call waiting call, the Honda Compact Navigation System displays the Incoming Call window. Touch Answer. The first call is placed on hold. To switch between calls: Switch 1. During the call, touch >...
Page 36: Calling Home
4. Touch Change Phone Number. Using Voice Dial To use the Voice Dial function of the Honda Compact Navigation System, your phone must support voice dial and must be set up properly to take voice commands. On the Phone >...
Page 37: Using Text Messaging
Using Text Messaging If your phone supports text messaging over Bluetooth, you can use text messaging on the Honda Compact Navigation System. After pairing, it might take a few minutes for text messages to be available. On the Menu page, touch Phone >...
Page 38: Connecting The Fm Traffic Receiver
For traffic data coverage areas, refer to www.honda-access.com. NOte: The FM traffic receiver and Honda Compact Navigation System must be in data range of an FM station transmitting traffic data to receive traffic information.
Page 39: Viewing Traffic Incidents
fM tMc t sInG an raffIc eceIver Viewing Traffic Incidents 1. On the Menu page, touch to display a list of traffic incidents. 2. Select an item to view details. 3. Select an option. Avoiding Traffic The Map page displays in the lower-right corner of the screen when there is a traffic incident on your current route or road.
Page 40: Purchasing An Additional Traffic Subscription
NOte: You do not need to activate the subscription included with your FM traffic receiver (if it came with one). The subscription activates automatically after your Honda Compact Navigation System acquires satellite signals while receiving traffic signals from the pay service provider.
Page 41: Supported File Types
You can store files (such as JPG images and MP3 music files) in the Honda Compact Navigation System’s internal memory or on an optional SD card. NOte: The Honda Compact Navigation System is not compatible with Windows ® 95, Windows 98, or Windows Me. This is a common limitation of most USB Mass Storage devices.
Page 42: Loading Items To Your Honda Compact Navigation System
Loading Items to Your Honda Compact Navigation System Step 1: Insert an SD Card (Optional) The SD card slot is located on the side of the Honda Compact Navigation System. To insert the card, press it in until it clicks.
Step 3: Transfer Files to the Honda Compact Navigation System On a Windows computer: 1. Connect the Honda Compact Navigation System to your computer via the USB cable. My Computer 2. Double-click the icon on your computer’s desktop.
Page 44: Information About Your "nuvi" Drives
Deleting Files from the Honda Compact Navigation System You can delete files from your Honda Compact Navigation System just as you would delete files from your computer. Select the file that you want to delete from your Delete Honda Compact Navigation System, and press the key on your computer’s...
Page 45: Restoring Settings
ustoMIzInG the onda oMpact avIGatIon ysteM UsToMizinG The onda oMPacT aviGaTion ysTeM Restoring Settings To restore all settings you have changed, touch Settings > Restore. To restore settings for an individual category, touch Restore on that particular page. Changing the Map Settings Settings >...
Page 46: Changing The System Settings
. For more vehicles, go to www.honda-access.com. Map info—view the maps loaded on your Honda Compact Navigation System and their versions. If a map has a check box beside it, it can be enabled by checking the box or disabled by unchecking it.
Page 47: Changing The Locale Settings
Voice Language—change the language for all voice prompts and messages. Your Honda Compact Navigation System might contain two different types of voice languages: text-to-speech and pre-recorded. Languages noted with a person’s name are text-to-speech (TTS) voices: for example, American English-Jill is a text-to-speech voice.
Page 48: Changing The Display Settings
ustoMIzInG the onda oMpact avIGatIon ysteM Changing the Display Settings Display Settings To change the display settings, on the Menu page, touch Settings > Display. Color Mode—switches between daytime and nighttime backgrounds. Touch Daytime for a light background, Nighttime for a dark background, or Auto to automatically switch between the two.
Page 49: Changing The Navigation Settings
Select the road types you want to avoid on your routes. The Honda Compact Navigation System uses these road types only if alternative routes take you too far out of your way or if no other roads are available.
Page 50: Changing The Traffic Settings
> Traffic. Changing the Proximity Points Settings This option is visible only if you have loaded Custom POIs, a safety database, or a TourGuide onto your Honda Compact Navigation System. To change the proximity Settings Proximity Points. Only those points settings, on the Menu page, touch >...
Page 51: Appendix
To load maps or waypoints to your unit’s memory or SD card, select the name for your Garmin drive or SD card drive. Refer to the MapSource Help file for more information about using MapSource and loading maps and waypoints on your Honda Compact Navigation System.
Page 52: Using Safety Cameras
Your unit can notify you with a proximity alarm when you approach one of these points. After downloading your POI database, use the Garmin POI Loader to install the POIs into your Honda Compact Navigation System. The POI Loader is available at www.
Page 53: Optional Accessories
System) satellite signals to operate. If you are indoors, near tall buildings or trees, or in a parking garage, the unit might not acquire satellites. Go outside to an area free from tall obstructions to use your Honda Compact Navigation System, or close the antenna to turn off the GPS and use it indoors.
Page 54: Caring For Your Honda Compact Navigation System
When the Honda Compact Navigation System acquires satellite signals, the signal strength bars on the Menu page are green . When it loses satellite signals, the bars turn red or disappear . Touch the signals strength bars in the upper-left corner of the Menu page to view GPS information.
Page 55: Avoiding Theft
Never use a hard or sharp object to operate the touch screen, because it can damage the screen. • Keep the Honda Compact Navigation System in the carrying case when not in use. Avoiding Theft •...
Page 56: Battery Information
Honda Compact Navigation System. Battery Tips ● Your Honda Compact Navigation System’s battery should last 4 to 8 hours, depending on usage. ● To extend the battery life, reduce the time the backlight stays on. On the Menu...
Page 57: Troubleshooting
Compact Navigation System. Take your unit Navigation System never outside, away from tall buildings and trees. gets satellite signals. Allow the Honda Compact Navigation System to My battery gauge does not fully discharge and then fully charge it (without seem accurate.
ppendIx 1. Unplug the USB cable from your computer. 2. Turn the unit off and then back on again. My computer never senses 3. Plug the USB cable into your computer. that the Honda Compact The unit automatically goes into USB Mass Navigation System is Storage Mode.
ppendIx 1. Turn off your Honda Compact Navigation System. 2. Plug the USB cable into the Honda Compact Navigation System and your computer. Your unit automatically turns on. 3. On your computer, click Start > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative Tools >...
Page 60: Specifications
ppendIx Specifications Headphone jack: Standard 3.5 mm Size: 3.87” W x 2.91” H x 0.87” D GPS Performance (9.8 x 7.4 x 2.2 cm) Receiver: WAAS enabled Weight: 5.1 oz (144.6 g) Acquisition times*: Display: 3.5” (8.9 cm) diagonal, 2.8” Warm: <...
Page 61: Important Safety And Product Information
ppendIx Important Safety and Product Information Warnings Failure to avoid the following potentially hazardous visual sightings, and maps. For safety, always resolve situations could result in an accident or collision any discrepancies or questions before continuing resulting in death or serious injury. navigation and defer to posted road signs.
Page 62: Important Information, Fcc Compliance, Honda Limited Warranty
ppendIx Important Information • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and the MAP DAtA iNFORMAtiON: One of the goals of receiver. Honda is to provide customers with the most complete • Connect the equipment into an outlet that is on a and accurate cartography that is available to us at a different circuit from the GPS unit.
Page 63: Software License Agreement, Declaration Of Conformity
To view the full Declaration of Conformity, see the READ THIS AGREEMENT CAREFULLY. Garmin Web site for your product: www.garmin. com/products/nuvi360/. Click Manuals, and then select Garmin grants you a limited license to use the software Declaration of Conformity. embedded in this device (the “Software”) in binary executable form in the normal operation of the product.
Page 64: Index
ndex clearing user information 4 ndex composing a text message 31 backlight timeout 42 computer connection 36 Back button iv Symbols connecting bars, green satellite 3 2 dimensional 39 the FM traffic receiver 32 battery 3 dimensional 39 the USB cable 36 information 50 connections, Bluetooth 43 life 54...
Page 65: Finding Your Authorized Honda Dealership
32–34 dropping a connection 31 following your route 10 license agreement, software 57 listening to MP3 files 18 editing saved places (my Garmin Lock 5, 49 loading additional maps 45 locations) 17 geocaching 12 loading Audible books 21 EGNOS 40...
30 your Honda Compact menu page 6 pictures 23 Navigation System 4 messaging, text 31 PIN, Garmin Lock 5 restoring settings 39 metric units 41 placing the Honda Compact routing preferences 43 microphone 1 Navigation System on the...
11 transferring audio to your voltage 54 status, phone 30 phone 29 volume iv, 4 sticker, Garmin Lock 5 transferring files 37 stop, adding a 13 travel kit 18–25 WAAS 40–44 stop navigation 14...
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Garmin® to Provide In-Dash Navigation for Honda Civic and CR-V Models in Europe, Russia and South America
OLATHE, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), today announced that Honda has selected Garmin as the navigation provider for future Civic and CR-V models in Europe, Russia and South America. Garmin’s award-winning navigation will be fully integrated into 2015 Honda Civic and CR-V in-dash infotainment systems.
“We are delighted to partner with Honda to bring our navigation expertise to their customers with an integrated system that is feature-packed and easy to use,” said Matt Munn, Garmin managing director automotive OEM. “This new partnership is another important milestone for the Garmin automotive OEM group and a testament to the reliability and quality of our navigation solutions.”
The Garmin system will be seamlessly integrated into Honda infotainment systems and include many of the company’s signature features. Preloaded maps allow users to navigate even in areas without cell reception, and millions of points of interest make it easy to find places. Spoken turn-by-turn directions are complemented by advanced guidance features to navigate drivers through the most challenging situations with ease. Lane guidance indicates the proper lane to make a turn and photoReal junction view1 provides photo-realistic images of junctions and exits. The system also includes predictive routes, real-time traffic avoidance, speed limit display, 3D buildings, terrain views and more.
Garmin’s automotive OEM group utilizes the company’s long-standing experience in user interface and hardware design from its automotive, avionics and marine segments to develop innovative in-car navigation, telematics and infotainment systems. Garmin’s broad range of in-vehicle electronics for the automotive industry includes full infotainment and telematics systems, navigation software, location-based services and integrated portable navigation systems. Garmin has dedicated automotive OEM offices throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia.
For 25 years, Garmin has pioneered new GPS navigation and wireless devices and applications that are designed for people who live an active lifestyle. Garmin serves five primary business units, including automotive, aviation, fitness, marine, and outdoor recreation. For more information, visit Garmin's virtual pressroom at garmin.com/newsroom, contact the Media Relations department at 913-397-8200, or follow us at facebook.com/garmin, twitter.com/garmin, or youtube.com/garmin.
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1 photoReal junction view will be available in Europe and South America only.