SYSTEM 2018 NAVIGATION - OWNER'S MANUAL - Nissan Owner Portal

 
SYSTEM 2018 NAVIGATION - OWNER'S MANUAL - Nissan Owner Portal
2018      NAVIGATION
                      SYSTEM
                                     OWNER’S MANUAL

For your safety, read carefully and keep in this vehicle.
FOREWORD
NISSAN NAVIGATION SYSTEM                    NISSAN CONSUMER AFFAIRS                  Thank you for purchasing a NISSAN
HELP-DESK CONTACT INFORMATION               DEPARTMENT                               vehicle. This user’s manual is for the
                                                                                     navigation system only. This manual
For assistance or inquiries about the       For assistance or inquiries about the
                                                                                     contains operating instructions for the
NISSAN Navigation System, or to order       NISSAN warranty, service or general
                                                                                     NISSAN Navigation System offered in
updated map data, contact the NISSAN        questions, contact the NISSAN Consumer
                                                                                     your NISSAN vehicle.
NAVIGATION SYSTEM HELPDESK at:              Affairs Department at:
                                                                                     Please read this manual carefully to
· ADDRESS:    P.O. Box 1588,                For U.S. customers
                                                                                     ensure safe operation of the navigation
				          Orem, UT 84059-992            Nissan North America, Inc.
                                                                                     system.
· E-MAIL:     Nissan-Navi-Info@navteq.com   Consumer Affairs Department
· WEB SITE:   www.navigation.com or         P.O. Box 685003
                                                                                     · Because of possible specification
				          www.nissan.ca                 Franklin, TN 37068-5003
                                                                                       changes and optional equipment,
. PHONE:      1-888-661-9995                1-800-NISSAN-1
                                                                                       sections of this manual may not
. HOURS:      6:00 AM to 5:00 PM            (1-800-647-7261)
                                                                                       apply to your vehicle.
				          (Pacific Time)
                                                                                     · All information, specifications and
                                            For Canadian customers
                                                                                       illustrations in this manual are those
                                            Nissan Canada Inc.
                                                                                       in effect at the time of printing.
                                            5290 Orbitor Drive
                                                                                       NISSAN reserves the right to change
                                            Mississauga, Ontario L4W 4Z5
                                                                                       specifications or design at any time
                                            1-800-387-0122
                                                                                       without notice.
                                                                                     · Do not remove this manual from the
                                                                                       vehicle when selling this vehicle. The
                                                                                       next user of this navigation system
                                                                                       may need the manual.
Table of   Introduction                 1
Contents   Getting started              2
           Map settings                 3
           Navigation                   4
           Other settings               5
           General system information   6
           Troubleshooting guide        7
           Index                        8
1 Introduction

How to use this manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2       Safety information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
  For safe operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2   Laser product . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3
  Reference symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL                                                                       SAFETY INFORMATION

This manual uses special words, symbols                                                      This system is primarily designed to help
and icons that are organized by function.          NOTE:                                     you reach your destination, and it also per-
Please refer to the following items to un-   Indicates items that help you under-            forms other functions as outlined in this
derstand how to use this manual properly.    stand and maximize the performance of           manual. However, you, the driver, must use
                                             your vehicle. If ignored, they may lead to      the system safely and properly. Informa-
FOR SAFE OPERATION                           a malfunction or poor performance.              tion concerning road conditions, traffic
                                                                                             signs and the availability of services may
                                             REFERENCE SYMBOLS                               not always be up-to-date. The system is
           m WARNING                               INFO:                                     not a substitute for safe, proper and legal
Indicates the presence of a hazard                                                           driving.
                                             Indicates information that is necessary for
that could cause death or serious            efficient use of your vehicle or accessories.   Before using the navigation system, please
personal injury. To avoid or reduce                                                          read the following safety information. Al-
the risk, the procedures must be fol-                  Reference page:
                                                                                             ways use the system as outlined in this
lowed precisely.                                      Indicates the title and page that
                                                                                             manual.
                                                      you should refer to.
                 CAUTION
Indicates the presence of a hazard
                                             NAV:
                                             This is an example of how a button on the                  m WARNING
                                             control panel will be shown.                    ∙ To operate the navigation system,
that could cause minor or moderate
personal injury or damage to your            “Route”:                                          first park the vehicle in a safe loca-
vehicle. To avoid or reduce the risk,        This is an example of a key/item displayed        tion and set the parking brake. Op-
the procedures must be followed              on the screen.                                    erating the system while driving
carefully.                                                                                     can distract the driver and may re-
                                                                                               sult in a serious accident.
                                                                                             ∙ Do not rely on route guidance
                                                                                               alone. Always be sure that all driv-
                                                                                               ing maneuvers are legal and safe in
                                                                                               order to avoid accidents.

1-2 Introduction
LASER PRODUCT

∙ Do not disassemble or modify this
  system. If you do, it may result in
                                              NOTE:
                                         Do not keep the navigation system run-
                                                                                             m WARNING
  accidents, fire or electrical shock.                                             ∙ Do not disassemble or modify this
                                         ning with the engine stopped. Doing so
∙ If you notice any foreign objects in                                               system. There are no user service-
                                         may discharge the vehicle battery. When
  the system hardware, spill liquid on                                               able parts in this navigation
                                         you use the navigation system, always
  the system or notice smoke or a                                                    system.
                                         keep the engine running.
  smell coming from it, stop using                                                 ∙ If maintenance, adjustments and
  the system immediately and con-                                                    operations other than those speci-
  tact a NISSAN dealer. Ignoring such                                                fied in this manual are attempted,
  conditions may lead to accidents,                                                  injury due to laser radiation and ex-
  fire or electrical shock.                                                          posure could occur.

                CAUTION
∙ Do not use this system if you notice
  any malfunctions such as a frozen
  screen or the lack of sound. Contin-
  ued use of the system may result in
  accidents, fire or electrical shock.
∙ Some states/provinces may have
  laws limiting the use of video
  screens while driving. Use this sys-
  tem only where it is legal to do so.
∙ Extreme temperature conditions
  [below -4 °F (-20 °C) and above 158
  °F (70 °C)] could affect the perfor-
  mance of the system.

                                                                                                        Introduction 1-3
SiriusXM services require a subscription after a trial period and are sold separately or as a
                   package. Our satellite service is available only in the 48 contiguous USA and DC. For more in-
                   formation visit www.siriusxm.com.
                   “Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an electronic accessory has been designed
                   to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone, respectively, and has been certified by the developer
                   to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this de-
                   vice or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this
                   accessory with iPod or iPhone my affect wireless performance.
                   The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
                   and any use of such marks by DENSO CORPORATION is under license. Other trademarks and
                   trade names are those of their respective owners.
                   Required SiriusXM Satellite Radio and SiriusXM Traffic monthly subscriptions are sold
                   separately. SiriusXM Traffic are only available in select markets. For more information, see
                   www.siriusxm.com/siriusxmtraffic
                   Required SiriusXM Satellite Radio and SiriusXM Travel Link monthly subscriptions are sold
                   separately. SiriusXM Travel Link is only available in select markets. For more information, see
                   www.siriusxm.com/travellink

1-4 Introduction
App Store
Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.
Google Play™
Google Play is a trademark of Google Inc.
Google
© 2012 Google Inc. All rights reserved.

                                                                                                                       Introduction 1-5
MEMO

1-6 Introduction
2 Getting started

Control buttons and functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2                   Steering wheel switch (Type E) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
  Control panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2   Basic operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
  Steering wheel switch (Type A). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3                      Functions disabled while driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
  Steering wheel switch (Type B). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3                      Touch screen operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
  Steering wheel switch (Type C). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3                      Menu screen operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
  Steering wheel switch (Type D) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4                       How to input characters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
CONTROL BUTTONS AND FUNC-
TIONS

                                                                                           䊐
                                                                                           4   TUNE-SCROLL knob / PUSH/AUDIO
                                                                                               button:
                                                                                               Turn to scroll through the items in a list.
                                                                                               Press to select a menu item. When the
                                                                                               screen is not displaying a list or menu,
                                                                                               the knob is used to control the audio
                                                                                               system.
                                                                                               Press the PUSH/AUDIO button to se-
                                                                                               lect a highlighted item on the screen.
                                                                                           䊐
                                                                                           5   Touch screen display
                                                                                           䊐
                                                                                           6   MAP button:
                                                                                               Press to display the current location
                                                                                               map screen.
                                                                                           䊐
                                                                                           7   VOL (volume) control knob/POWER
                                                                                               button:
                                                                                LNV2514        Rotate clockwise to increase the vol-
CONTROL PANEL                                    Press and hold for more than two sec-
                                                                                               ume or counterclockwise to lower the
                                                 onds to switch the display to a larger
䊐
1            button:                             display of the digital clock.
                                                                                               volume.
    Press to access the system settings.                                                       Press to turn the audio system on or
䊐
2         button:
                                                          “DISPLAY SETTINGS”
                                                          (page 5-4)
                                                                                               off.
    Press to change the display brightness
                                                                                           䊐
                                                                                           8   NAV button:
    between day and night modes. While
    the mode is being displayed, the
                                             䊐
                                             3   BACK button:                                  Press to access the functions of the
                                                 Press to return to the previous screen.       Navigation system.
    brightness can be adjusted using the
    TUNE-SCROLL knob.

2-2 Getting started
LNV2510                                       LNV2512                                       LNV2500
STEERING WHEEL SWITCH (Type A)                STEERING WHEEL SWITCH (Type B)                STEERING WHEEL SWITCH (Type C)
Volume control one-button operation           Volume control one-button operation           Volume control one-button operation
䊐
1   Volume control button                     䊐
                                              1   Volume control button                     䊐
                                                                                            1   Volume control button
    Increases or decreases the volume of          Increases or decreases the volume of          Increases or decreases the volume of
    the voice guidance given by the Navi-         the voice guidance given by the Navi-         the voice guidance given by the Navi-
    gation System if pressed while the            gation System if pressed while the            gation System if pressed while the
    voice guidance is speaking. If the vol-       voice guidance is speaking. If the vol-       voice guidance is speaking. If the vol-
    ume button is pressed at any other            ume button is pressed at any other            ume button is pressed at any other
    time, only the volume of the active           time, only the volume of the active           time, only the volume of the active
    screen (phone, SMS playback, Voice            screen (phone, SMS playback, Voice            screen (phone, SMS playback, Voice
    Recognition system [if so equipped],          Recognition system [if so equipped],          Recognition system [if so equipped],
    audio system) will be adjusted.               audio system) will be adjusted.               audio system) will be adjusted.
For more information about the audio          For more information about the audio          For more information about the audio
system, Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone           system, Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone           system, Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone
System and Voice Recognition system (if       System and Voice Recognition system (if       System and Voice Recognition system (if
so equipped), see the vehicle’s Owner’s       so equipped), see the vehicle’s Owner’s       so equipped), see the vehicle’s Owner’s
Manual.                                       Manual.                                       Manual.

                                                                                                                Getting started 2-3
䊐
                                                                                          2   Volume decrease button
                                                                                              Decreases the volume of the voice
                                                                                              guidance given by the Navigation Sys-
                                                                                              tem if pressed while the voice guid-
                                                                                              ance is speaking. If the volume de-
                                                                                              crease button is pressed at any other
                                                                                              time, only the volume of the active
                                                                                              screen (phone, SMS playback, Voice
                                                                                              Recognition system [if so equipped],
                                                                                              audio system) will be decreased.
                                   LNV2501                                      LNV2516
STEERING WHEEL SWITCH (Type D)                STEERING WHEEL SWITCH (Type E)
Volume control one-button operation           Volume control two-button operation
䊐
1   Volume control button                     䊐
                                              1   Volume increase button
    Increases or decreases the volume of          Increases the volume of the voice
    the voice guidance given by the Navi-         guidance given by the Navigation Sys-
    gation System if pressed while the            tem if pressed while the voice guid-
    voice guidance is speaking. If the vol-       ance is speaking. If the volume in-
    ume button is pressed at any other            crease button is pressed at any other
    time, only the volume of the active
                                                  time, only the volume of the active
    screen (phone, SMS playback, Voice
                                                  screen (phone, SMS playback, Voice
    Recognition system [if so equipped],
    audio system) will be adjusted.               Recognition system [if so equipped],
                                                  audio system) will be increased.
For more information about the audio
system, Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone
System and Voice Recognition system (if
so equipped), see the vehicle’s Owner’s
Manual.

2-4 Getting started
BASIC OPERATION

                                    LNV2630                                        LNV2631                                     LNV2443
FUNCTIONS DISABLED WHILE                       All text input screens are grayed out while    Examples of touch screen opera-
DRIVING                                        the vehicle is moving. Other functions are     tion
                                               locked out depending on vehicle speed,
To promote safe driving, some functions        the function and the number of times a         Selecting an item:
cannot be operated or have limited opera-      feature is selected.                           When any item is touched, the next screen
tion when the vehicle driving speed is                                                        is displayed.
above 5 mph (8 km/h). The on-screen text       When a menu selection is grayed out, the
and keys for these restricted functions will   feature is locked out until the system oper-
be “grayed out” or muted and cannot be         ating conditions are met to allow the
selected while driving.                        selection.
                                               TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION
                                               The same operations described for the
                                               scrolling knob are possible using touch
                                               screen operation.

                                                                                                                Getting started 2-5
LNV2440                                        LNV3014                                          LNV2478
Adjusting:                                       Scrolling through a message or list:          MENU SCREEN OPERATION
Touch the “+”, “-”, “>” or “
3. Press the BACK button. The previous                                                  ∙ Touch the “123/ABC” key to toggle the dis-
    screen will be displayed and the                                                       play between the touch keyboard for let-
    changes will be saved.                                                                 ters and the touch keyboard for num-
                                                                                           bers and symbols.
HOW TO INPUT CHARACTERS
                                                                                         ∙ Press the BACK button to return to the
Character (letter and number) in-                                                          previous screen if no characters have
put screen                                                                                 been inputted.
Alphanumeric characters are used when                                                     2. To delete the last entry, touch the “De-
setting a destination, searching for an                                       LNV2415
                                                                                             lete” key or hold it to delete all entries
address, editing stored locations, etc.                                                      at once.
                                           1. Touch characters on the touch key-
                                              board and they will appear in the field     3. After finalizing the entries, touch the
                                              at the top of the screen. When the entry       “OK” key or touch the “List” key for the
                                              is complete, touch the “OK” key.               completed list screen.
                                              Alternatively, use the scrolling knob to         NOTE:
                                              highlight a character and press the
                                              knob to select that character.             ∙ If a phrase is being entered that has been
                                                                                           previously entered into the system, the
                                                NOTE:                                      matched text may appear in light gray.
                                                                                           Touch “OK” to search for the matched
                                          ∙ On every character entry screen, the           text. Touch “List” to search for both the
                                            touch keyboard will display only the let-      matched text and entered text.
                                            ters that are possible to enter after the
                                            current letter.
                                          ∙ Symbol and number keys are available
                                            when the “123/ABC” key is touched.

                                                                                                              Getting started 2-7
MEMO

2-8 Getting started
3 Map settings

Screen information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2            Looking at information on the map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Map types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3     Map symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
   2-Dimensional (2D) view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3                    Map settings for the map screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
   2-Dimensional North Up (2DN) view . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4                                Lane information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-11
   3-Dimensional (3D) view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4                    Map SD-card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Moving a map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4          How to handle the SD-card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
   Returning to the current vehicle                                                             SD-card replacement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
   location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
                                                                                                How to order map data updates . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Map options menu screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
                                                                                                About the map data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Changing the map scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
                                                                                                End-user terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
   Map scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
SCREEN INFORMATION

                                                                                                 䊐
                                                                                                 6   Next maneuver road name:
                                                                                                     Indicates the name of the next road in
                                                                                                     the route guidance. This is only shown
                                                                                                     if route guidance is active.
                                                                                                 䊐
                                                                                                 7   Direction indicator and distance to
                                                                                                     next maneuver on the route:
                                                                                                     When route guidance is active but you
                                                                                                     have deviated from the route, this area
                                                                                                     displays a compass icon with an arrow
                                                                                                     indicating the destination direction.
                                                                                                     When route guidance is active and you
                                                                                                     are on the route, this area indicates
                                                                                                     the distance (in miles or kilometers) to
                                                                                                     the next point and the turning direc-
                                                                                                     tion at that point.
                                                                                      LNV3010
䊐
1   “Voice” key:                                 䊐
                                                 3   Current route:                                  When the “Voice” key is not shown on
    Touch to repeat the voice guidance               A blue line indicates the path to follow.       the screen (such as when an audio
                                                                                                     screen is displayed on the screen),
    while a route is active. Touch and hold
    for two seconds to toggle the voice          䊐
                                                 4   Satellite and Bluetooth connection in-          touch the direction indicator to repeat
                                                     formation:                                      the voice guidance while a route is
    guidance on or off (button will be
                                                     This area shows satellite and/or                active. Touch and hold for two sec-
    grayed out when voice guidance is
                                                     Bluetooth connections, indicates un-            onds to toggle the voice guidance on
    turned off). This option is available only
                                                     read text messages and illustrates a            or off.
    when a route is set.
                                                     connected cell phone’s battery and
䊐
2   Audio information:                               signal strength.
    Indicates the radio station, CD track
    number or other audio information            䊐
                                                 5   Clock:
                                                     Indicates the current time.
    currently playing.

3-2 Map settings
MAP TYPES

䊐
8    Estimated time of arrival and distance    䊐
                                               12   Vehicle icon:
     to destination or remaining time of            Indicates the current location and di-
     travel and distance to destination:            rection of the vehicle.
     Touch this button to switch the indica-
     tor between estimated arrival time
                                               䊐
                                               13   Suggested route:
                                                    Appears as a bold blue line during
     and remaining travel time. This indica-        route guidance.
     tor only appears once the destination
     is set and the route guidance is          䊐
                                               14   Scale indicator:
     initiated. The estimated arrival time          Indicates the scale of the map.
     may not switch to the estimated ar-       䊐
                                               15   Compass icon:
                                                                                             2D                                LNV2455
     rival time for the destination’s time          Indicates the direction of the map.
     zone if a time zone line is crossed as         Touch this icon to switch the map view   2-DIMENSIONAL (2D) VIEW
     part of the route.                             between the North Up, Heading Up (or
                                                                                             The 2D map is a two-dimensional (flat)
                                                    actual direction) and 3D modes.
䊐
9    Posted speed limit:                                                                     representation of the map data, similar to
     When available, the posted speed limit    䊐
                                               16   Zoom in and zoom out keys:               a road map, focused on the vehicle’s posi-
     for the current road is displayed.             Touch to zoom the map perspective in     tion (vehicle icon).
                                                    or out.
䊐
10   NissanConnectSM Services (if so                                                         Touch the compass icon to switch map to
     equipped):                                䊐
                                               17   “Options” key:                           another view.
     Touch the headset icon to connect to           Touch this key to access the map op-
                                                                                                     “SCREEN INFORMATION (2D, 2DN
     NissanConnectSM Services.                      tions menu screen.
                                                                                                     or 3D)” (page 3-2)
                                                             “MAP OPTIONS MENU
              “NISSANCONNECT SERVICES”                                                               “MAP SETTINGS FOR THE MAP
                                                             SCREEN” (page 3-5)
              (page 6-4)                                                                             SCREEN” (page 3-7)
䊐
11   Current road indicator:
     This displays the name of the road
     upon which the vehicle is currently
     traveling.

                                                                                                                   Map settings 3-3
MOVING A MAP

                                                                                                                               LNV2463
2DN                                LNV2454    3D                               LNV2456
                                                                                          To scroll the map in either direction:
2-DIMENSIONAL NORTH UP (2DN)                  3-DIMENSIONAL (3D) VIEW
                                                                                           1. Touch and release the screen any-
VIEW                                          The 3D map displays the map from an el-         where on the map.
The 2DN map is a two-dimensional (flat)       evated perspective, providing a panoramic
                                              view over a long distance.                   2. Touch the screen again and move
representation of the map data, similar to
                                                                                              your finger along the screen in the di-
a road map, focused on the vehicle’s posi-    The map in 3D view always appears with          rection you wish to scroll.
tion (vehicle icon) with the top of the map   the current forward direction facing up
aligned North.                                (heading up).                               After releasing and touching the map
                                                                                          again, a marker will be displayed at the
Touch the compass icon to switch map to       Touch the compass icon to switch map to     point touched and, if possible, the position
another view.                                 another view.                               determined.

3-4 Map settings
MAP OPTIONS MENU SCREEN

                                                The Map Options menu allows you to
      NOTE:                                     quickly store the current position, show
When the current location of the vehicle        position information or destination
is recognized, the street name will be          information, and adjust the map settings.
displayed at the bottom of the screen.
When scrolling a map and an area that is
not a road, city or POI is touched, coordi-
nates corresponding to the marker’s po-
sition are displayed at the bottom of the
screen.                                                                                                                        LNV2700
RETURNING TO THE CURRENT VE-                                                                1. Touch the “Options” key while the route
HICLE LOCATION                                                                                 guidance map is displayed.
                                                                                            2. The following options are available for
The basic map screen displays the current
                                                                                               selection:
location of the vehicle. The current location
can be displayed again even after the map                                                      ∙ Enter Destination
is moved, or after the menu screen is                                                            Select to open the navigation screen
displayed.                                                                                       for entering an address.
Press the MAP button or the BACK button                                                        ∙ Turn List
and the current location will be displayed                                                       Select to display all of the turns and
on the map.                                                                                      waypoints along the route.
                                                                                               ∙ Cancel Route
                                                                                                 Select to cancel entire route or way-
                                                                                                 points along route.

                                                                                                                 Map settings 3-5
CHANGING THE MAP SCALE

    ∙ POIs Along Route                          ∙ Routing Options
      Select to choose the types of points        Select to view options available to
      of interest to display along the active     customize route. Avoiding specific
      route. Available options are gas            roads, dynamic guidance, route type
      stations, restaurants, ATMs, parking,       and minimizing freeways, types of
      rest areas, hotels, dealerships and         roads and ferries can all be adjusted.
      airports.
                                                ∙ Show Position Information
      NOTE:                                       Select to display the latitude, longi-
                                                  tude and altitude for the current po-
Some places of interest on divided high-          sition of the vehicle. Location can                                           LNV2462
ways may show the equivalent place of             also be stored to the Address Book.      When using the “+” or “-” for zooming in or
interest on the opposite side of the road                                                  out, the scale on the bottom left side of the
(such as a rest area) as being closer than      ∙ Show Waypoints
                                                  Select to add or show list of way-       screen changes to indicate the new scale
the place in your traveling direction.                                                     level.
Confirm location of the place before fol-         points along route.
lowing the route.                               ∙ Guidance & Map Settings
    ∙ SiriusXM Traffic                            Select to toggle guidance informa-
      Select to display all traffic events on     tion and map settings options.
      route and options to avoid roads                   “MAP SETTINGS FOR THE MAP
      along route.                                       SCREEN” (page 3-7)
    ∙ Show Route On Map
      Select to display the entire route on
      the screen. The view will zoom to the
      necessary level in order to show
      both the starting point and destina-
      tion on the screen.

3-6 Map settings
LOOKING AT INFORMATION ON THE
                                             MAP

MAP SCALE                                    Icons of various categories of locations
                                             can be displayed on the map.
The following scales are available depend-
ing on the map view:                         MAP SYMBOLS
       Per approximately 1/2 inch (1 cm)     This navigation system uses symbols to
                 150 ft (50 m)               display various types of facilities. The fol-
                                             lowing icons (if so equipped) may be used
                300 ft (100 m)
                                             on the map screen.
                600 ft (200 m)
               1/4 mile (500 m)
                1/2 mile (1 km)
                 1 mile (2 km)
                 2.5 mi (5 km)
                 5 mi (10 km)
                10 mi (20 km)
                25 mi (50 km)
                50 mi (100 km)
               100 mi (200 km)
               250 mi (500 km)

                                                                                             Map settings 3-7
LNV2467

3-8 Map settings
MAP SETTINGS FOR THE MAP
SCREEN

                                        LNV2704                                                 LNV2701
Other settings are available for the map             3. Touch the “Navigation” key.
screen, such as switching the map view or
changing the map direction.                          4. Touch the “Guidance & Map Settings”
                                                        key.
 1. Press the                 button.
                                                         When selected, the system will offer
 2. Touch the “Settings” key.                            the following map setting options:
                 Menu Item                                                                        Options
Voice Guidance                              Select to toggle on or off the voice guidance on map screen.
Volume                                      Select “+” or “-” to increase or decrease voice guidance volume.
Map View                                    Touch the “Map View” key to toggle between 2D and 3D map view.
2D-North/Heading Up                         Touch to toggle display between “Head” and “North” for 2D mode. When “Head” is selected, the screen always
                                            shows the map in the driving direction. When “North” is selected, the top of the map is always orientated north.
                                            This option can only be selected when the “Map View” is set to 2D.
Auto Zoom                                   Touch the “Auto Zoom” key to choose a setting for automatic zooming. Available settings are “Never”, “Always” and
                                            “Only with a route”.
Show Points of Interest On Map              Select to toggle various map icons on and off including gas stations, restaurants, banks and parking.
My Points of Interest Alert                 Select to control alert options. Choose “Off” to disable the alert. Choose “Show Only” to have the alert displayed on
                                            the screen. Choose “Show & Beep” to have an audible beep in addition to the alert displayed on the screen.

                                                                                                                                         Map settings 3-9
Menu Item                                                           Options
Show Presets On Map           Select to toggle on or off the preset radio station buttons on the map screen.
Split Map for Freeway Exits   Select to toggle on or off the split view map when approaching a freeway exit.
Show Lane Information         Select to toggle on or off lane information when available.
Show Speed Limit              Select to toggle on or off the display of speed limit information when available.
Show Estimated Time           Select to control display of estimated time of arrival or trip time remaining.
Customize Travel Speed        Select to customize travel speeds on local roads and freeways along route.
Speed Limit Warning           Select to control the speed limit alert that activates when the vehicle speed is greater than the speed limit infor-
                              mation for the current location. Choose “Off” to disable the alert. Choose “Show Only” to have the alert displayed
                              on the screen. Choose “Show & Beep” to have an audible beep in addition to the alert displayed on the screen.
Speed Limit Sensitivity       Select the sensitivity level for the speed limit warning. Choose a value between zero and 30
Speed Warning for Curves      Select to control the alert that activates depending on vehicle speed and a curve in the road ahead. Choose “Off”
                              to disable the alert. Choose “Show Only” to have the alert displayed on the screen. Choose “Show & Beep” to have
                              an audible beep in addition to the alert displayed on the screen.
Distance Units                Select to toggle “US” or “Metric” for the distance units on the map screen.

3-10 Map settings
LANE INFORMATION

                                              Once the vehicle passes through the junc-
                                              tion or interchange, the screen returns to
                                              the previous view.

                                   LNV2464                                                                                  LNV2465
When the vehicle is approaching a junction
or interchange, the screen switches to a                                                        NOTE:
split view. Lane information is graphically                                                Lane information is not available for all
displayed on the left side of the split                                                    areas. It will only be displayed in areas
screen and icons showing the proper                                                        where the necessary map data is
lanes for upcoming maneuvers are shown                                                     available.
in the upper right corner below the clock.
                                                                                                NOTE:
The highlighted lanes are those from
which the next maneuver on the route will                                                  The number of lane icons in the upper
be made. Lanes displayed in gray are                                                       right corner may change as the junction
those that do not follow the route at the                                                  or interchange approaches due to a dif-
                                                                                           ference in the number of available lanes.
upcoming junction or interchange. The
icons in the upper right corner also indi-
cate direction and may change as the
junction or interchange approaches (for
example, straight ahead, to straight and
then right).

                                                                                                               Map settings 3-11
MAP SD-CARD

                                                  will not appear if the SD-card is removed   ∙ Handle the SD-card carefully to
                                                  while in audio mode. The audio mode is        avoid contamination or flaws.
                                                  not affected by the SD-card.                  Otherwise, the data may not be
                                                 HOW TO HANDLE THE SD-CARD                      read properly.
                                                 When handling the SD-card, please be         ∙ Do not store the SD-card in loca-
                                                 careful and adhere to the following in-        tions exposed to direct sunlight, or
                                                 structions:                                    in high temperatures or humidity.
                                                                                              ∙ Always place the SD-card in its
                                     LNV2388                                                    storage case when not in use.
                                                                  CAUTION
The SD-card slot is located on the front of
the unit. When you purchase this system,         ∙ Handle the SD-card with care.              SD-CARD REPLACEMENT
an SD-card with map data is provided.              Never touch the metal contacts.            For additional SD-cards with map data,
                                                 ∙ Do not use any conventional                contact the NISSAN Navigation Helpdesk.
      NOTE:                                        cleaner, benzine, thinner, or anti-
∙ Before inserting the map SD-card con-            static spray.                              HOW TO ORDER MAP DATA UP-
  firm that there is no SD-card already in                                                    DATES
                                                 ∙ If you need to clean the SD-card use
  the slot.                                        a soft cloth.                              To order updated map data and voice
∙ The SD-card slot can only read the SD-         ∙ Never attempt to use an SD-card            commands, contact the NISSAN Naviga-
  card with map data provided specifically         that has been cracked, deformed or         tion Helpdesk. See the contact information
  for use with the vehicle’s navigation            repaired using adhesive. Doing so          on the inside front cover of this manual.
  system. The system will not read other
                                                   may damage the equipment.                  ABOUT THE MAP DATA
  SD-cards.
                                                 ∙ Do not try to bend the SD-card. Do         ∙ Bosch has compiled the digitized map
∙ If an SD-card with something other than
                                                   not use any SD-card that is bent or          data into a usable format. © 2011 Robert
  map data (such as music, pictures or
  movies) is inserted into the slot, the Navi-
                                                   cracked.                                     Bosch GmbH all rights in compilation
  gation System will not function. A mes-        ∙ Do not put on any sticker or write           software reserved. Due to the production
  sage will appear prompting for the map           anything on the SD card.                     timing of the map data, some new roads
  SD-card to be reinserted. This message                                                        may not be included, or some names
3-12 Map settings
and roads may be different from those in       ∙ The advice provided by the naviga-       – In order to avoid a traffic
 use at the time this map data is used.           tion system is to be regarded as a         accident, operate the system
∙ Traffic control and regulation data used        suggestion only. There may be              only when the vehicle is stopped
  in this map data may be different from          times when the navigation system           at a safe place and the parking
  those in use at the time this map data is       displays the vehicle’s location            brake is on.
  used. When driving, follow the actual traf-     incorrectly, fails to suggest the        – In order to avoid a traffic accident
  fic control signs and notices on the            shortest route, or fails to direct you     or traffic offence, remember that
  roads.                                          to your desired destination. In such       actual road conditions and traffic
                                                  instances, rely on your own judge-         regulations take precedence over
∙ Reproducing or copying this map soft-           ment taking into account the driv-
  ware is strictly prohibited by law.                                                        the information contained on the
                                                  ing conditions at the time.                navigation system.
                                                ∙ Do not use the navigation system
           m WARNING                              to locate emergency services. The
                                                                                           – The software may contain inac-
                                                                                             curate or incomplete informa-
                                                  database does not contain a com-           tion due to the passage of time,
∙ This navigation system should not
                                                  plete listing of emergency services        changing circumstances, and
  be used to replace your own
                                                  such as police stations, fire              the sources of information used.
  judgement. No itinerary suggested
                                                  stations, hospitals and walk-in            Please respect current traffic
  by this navigation system should
                                                  clinics. Please show discretion and        conditions and regulations at all
  ever    override     any    freeway
                                                  ask for directions in such instances.      times while driving.
  regulations, your own judgement,
  or a knowledge of safe driving                ∙ As the driver, you alone are respon-     – Where actual road conditions
  practices. Do not follow the naviga-            sible for your driving safety.             and highway regulations differ
  tion system’s suggested itinerary if            – In order to avoid a traffic              from the information contained
  it would cause you to perform a                   accident, do not operate the sys-        on the navigation system, abide
  dangerous or illegal act, place you               tem while driving.                       by the highway regulations.
  in a dangerous situation, or take
  you into an area you consider                                                            – Keep the amount of time spent
  unsafe.                                                                                    viewing the screen while driving
                                                                                             to a strict minimum.

                                                                                                             Map settings 3-13
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                                                                                                                     Map settings 3-15
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3-16 Map settings
4 Navigation

About route guidance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2                   Setting a new entry to the address
   Voice guidance during route guidance. . . . . . . . 4-2                                       book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-17
Navigation screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3              Setting an entry as a destination . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-18
   Basic operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3               Setting a destination from the address
   Available setting items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3                     book using Voice Recognition
Setting a destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5                (if so equipped) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-18
   Available destination setting methods. . . . . . . . 4-5                                   Setting an intersection as a destination . . . . . . . . 4-18
Setting a destination from a street address. . . . . . 4-6                                    Setting a city center as a destination . . . . . . . . . . . 4-19
Setting a destination from points of interest . . . . . 4-9                                   Traffic feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-20
   Searching for nearby restaurants or                                                           Displaying traffic events along route . . . . . . . . . 4-20
   gas stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10           Traffic flow feature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-21
   Searching for places near current                                                             Traffic settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-21
   location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-11
                                                                                              Fuel prices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-22
   Searching for points of interest in
   another city . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12        Weather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-22
   Searching for places using Voice                                                              Displaying weather information on the
   Recognition (if so equipped) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13                           screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-23
   My points of interest/User-defined                                                         Stocks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-24
   points of interest (POIs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13                 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-25
Setting a destination from the address book . . . 4-17                                        Movie Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-25
ABOUT ROUTE GUIDANCE

After setting the destination, select “Start”
to begin route guidance.
During route guidance, the system navi-
gates you through the guide points using
visual and voice guidance.

                   CAUTION
∙ The navigation system visual and
  voice guidance is for reference pur-
  poses only. The contents of the
  guidance may be inappropriate de-
  pending on the situation.
∙ When driving along the suggested
  route, follow all traffic regulations
  (for example, one-way traffic).                                                                                                  LNV0943
          “Route guidance”                      VOICE GUIDANCE DURING ROUTE                  Example of voice guidance:
          (page 6-3)                            GUIDANCE                                     䊐
                                                                                             1   “In    about      one    quarter       mile
                                                When approaching a guide point (intersec-        (400 meters), right (or left) turn.” “Right
                                                tion or corner), destination, etc., during       (or left) turn ahead.”
                                                route guidance, voice guidance an-           䊐
                                                                                             2   “In about one quarter mile (400 meters)
                                                nounces the remaining distance and/or            freeway entrance on your right onto
                                                turning direction.                               (road number and direction).” “Freeway
                                                Touch “Voice” on the upper left of the           entrance on your right onto (road
                                                screen to repeat the voice guidance.             number and direction).”

4-2 Navigation
NAVIGATION SCREEN

䊐
3   “In about one mile (1.6 kilometers), exit
    on your right.” “Take the second exit on
    your right.”
䊐
4   “You have reached your destination.
    Ending route guidance.”

                                                                                  LNV2409                                       LNV2703
                                                BASIC OPERATION                              AVAILABLE SETTING ITEMS
                                                1. Press the NAV button.
                                                                                             ∙ Street Address:
                                                2. Select the appropriate destination set-     Set a destination address.
                                                   ting method by touching the screen or
                                                                                                 Several methods are available to set
                                                   scrolling with the tune-scroll knob.
                                                                                                 your destination.
                                                                                                          “SETTING A DESTINATION”
                                                                                                          (page 4-5)
                                                                                             ∙ Points of Interest:
                                                                                               The system features a database of
                                                                                               places such as restaurants, hotels, banks
                                                                                               and more to assist you in navigation.
                                                                                               These points of interest can be set as
                                                                                               destinations and the system can then
                                                                                               calculate a route.
                                                                                             ∙ Cancel Route:
                                                                                               Touch “Cancel Route” to cancel the route
                                                                                               guidance.

                                                                                                                     Navigation 4-3
3. Say “Previous destinations”.                 Home can also be set as a destination us-
      NOTE:                                                                                      ing the NISSAN Voice Recognition System
                                                 4. Speak the number of an entry on the
If route guidance is not active, “Cancel                                                         (if so equipped):
                                                    displayed list to choose that destina-
Route” cannot be operated.                          tion or say “Next Page” to view more           1. Press the       or       button on the
∙ Previous Destinations:                            entries (if available).                           steering wheel. The system provides
  Searches for a destination from the pre-                                                            prompts     and    waits    for  voice
                                                    If no route is set, route guidance is cal-        commands.
  vious destinations in the destination             culated automatically. If a route is set,
  memory.                                           say “Replace Destination” to use the          2. Say “Navigation”.
    Up to 50 previous destinations will be          chosen previous destination in Step 4         3. Say “Home”.
    automatically stored. If the number of          as the new destination. Say “Set as
    previous destinations exceeds 50, the           Waypoint” to add the chosen previous         If a home location is set, route guidance to
    oldest one will be removed from the             destination as a waypoint on the cur-        the    home     location     is   calculated
    list and the newest one will be added.          rent route. Say “Show on Map” to show        automatically.
                                                    the chosen previous destination on           For more information about the NISSAN
    To manually delete a previous destina-          the map.
    tion entry, select an entry from the list                                                    Voice Recognition System, see the vehicle
    and then touch the “Delete” key.                For more information about the               Owner’s Manual.
                                                    NISSAN Voice Recognition System, re-         ∙ Address Book:
    Touch the “Save” key to add a previous          fer to the vehicle Owner’s Manual.
    destination to the address book.                                                               Touch “Address Book” to access stored
                                                                                                   addresses.
     Previous destinations can also be se-            NOTE:
     lected using the NISSAN Voice Recog-                                                        ∙ City Center:
                                                It is not possible to retrieve deleted pre-        Select “City Center” to designate a city as
     nition System (if so equipped):            vious destination entries.                         a destination.
 1. Press the        or        button on the    ∙ Home:
    steering wheel. The system provides                                                          ∙ Connected Search (if so equipped):
                                                  Your home address can be entered as a            Touch “Connected Search” to use Nissan-
    prompts      and     waits    for  voice      destination.
    commands.                                                                                      Connect Services to search for a
                                                                                                   destination.
 2. Say “Navigation”.

4-4 Navigation
SETTING A DESTINATION

∙ Intersection:                               Press the NAV button. The methods for         ∙ Address Book
  Select “Intersection” to designate an in-   setting a destination are shown.
                                                                                                            “SETTING A DESTINATION
  tersection of two roads as a destination.
                                              If route guidance is active, you can choose                   FROM THE ADDRESS BOOK”
∙ My Points of Interest:                      how to use the new destination. Select                        (page 4-17)
  My Points of Interest are locations en-     “Add as Waypoint” to keep the current des-
  tered into the system via the vehicle’s     tination and to add the current destination   ∙ City Center
  USB port.                                   as a waypoint along the route. Select “Re-                    “SETTING A CITY CENTER AS A
            “MY POINTS OF                     place” to cancel the current route and re-                    DESTINATION” (page 4-19)
            INTEREST/USER-DEFINED             place the current destination with the new
                                              destination.                                  ∙ Intersection
            POINTS OF INTEREST (POIs)”
            (page 4-13)                                                                                     “SETTING AN INTERSECTION
                                              AVAILABLE DESTINATION SETTING                                 AS A DESTINATION”
                                              METHODS                                                       (page 4-18)
                                              ∙ Street Address
                                                           “SETTING A DESTINATION
                                                           FROM A STREET ADDRESS”
                                                           (page 4-6)
                                              ∙ Points of Interest
                                                           “SETTING A DESTINATION
                                                           FROM POINTS OF INTEREST”
                                                           (page 4-9)
                                              ∙ My Points of Interest
                                                           “MY POINTS OF
                                                           INTEREST/USER-DEFINED MY
                                                           POINTS OF INTEREST”
                                                           (page 4-13)
                                                                                                                      Navigation 4-5
SETTING A DESTINATION FROM A
STREET ADDRESS

                                                                                                   NOTE:
                                                                                              It is possible to choose “House Number &
                                                                                              Street” at this step if you want to manu-
                                                                                              ally enter the street name. However, the
                                                                                              system can automatically narrow down
                                                                                              the street in most cases when you enter
                                                                                              the city name first. Entering by city can
                                                                                              also be useful if you are unsure of the
                                   LNV2710                                         LNV2415    street’s correct spelling.
1. Press the NAV button.                      4. Enter the name of the state or
                                                 province. The display shows the touch
2. Touch “Street Address”.
                                                 keyboard.
3. If the state or province shown on the
                                                          “HOW TO INPUT CHARAC-
   screen is correct, proceed to step 5. If
   the state or province shown on the                     TERS” (page 2-7)
   screen is not correct, touch “Change          The keyboard has an intelligent spell-
   State/Province”.                              ing setting, so it excludes non-existing
                                                 combinations. On the top right of the
                                                 screen, the number of matches is
                                                 shown. At any time, touch the “List” key
                                                 to display a list of possible names
                                                 based on the letters currently entered.
                                                 When the number of matches is re-
                                                 duced to six or less, a list will be shown
                                                 automatically.
                                              5. Touch “City”

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LNV2406                                           LNV3013                                      LNV2411
6. The display shows a touch keyboard          7. Touch the city name on the list.              8. The display shows a touch keyboard
   to enter the city of the destination. En-                                                       to enter the house number of the
   ter the name of the city. At any time,                                                          destination. If the house number is not
   touch the “List” key to display a list of                                                       known, touch “Skip” and a default loca-
   possible city names based on the let-                                                           tion on the street will be used.
   ters currently entered. When the num-
   ber of matches is reduced to six or                                                               NOTE:
   less, the city list will be shown
                                                                                               If you choose “Skip”, a default location is
   automatically.
                                                                                               chosen by the system and you will have
                                                                                               a chance to change the position once
                                                                                               the map is displayed. See step 12 for
                                                                                               more instructions on changed the de-
                                                                                               fault location.

                                                                                                                       Navigation 4-7
LNV2412                                          LNV2413                                        LNV2438
9. The display shows a touch keyboard to      10. Touch the street name on the list.           12. A map of the destination is displayed
   enter the street name. Enter the name                                                           on the screen. Touch “Start” to calculate
                                              11. If the house number entered in step 8
   of the street. At any time, touch the                                                           the route.
                                                  does not exist on the street in the cho-
   “List” key to display a list of possible
                                                  sen city, “The house number is not           The map of the destination is always dis-
   street names based on the letters cur-
                                                  available” will be displayed. Select “Show   played in 2D North Up. Once the “Start” key
   rently entered. When the number of
                                                  Map” or “Change Number”.                     is touched, the system returns to the cur-
   matches is reduced to six or less, the
   street list will be shown automatically.                                                    rent map settings.
                                                    NOTE:
                                              You will have a chance to change the po-               NOTE:
                                              sition from the default location once the        If you did not enter an exact street ad-
                                              map is displayed. See step 12 for more           dress earlier in the process, the system
                                              instructions on changing the default             will have chosen a default location, ei-
                                              location.                                        ther along the street or within a range of
                                                                                               addresses on that street. To move the
                                                                                               map from that default position, touch
                                                                                               the “Move” key. Use the touch screen to
                                                                                               move the map and mark a new location.
                                                                                               Touch “OK” when complete.
                                                                                                        “MOVING A MAP” (page 3-4)
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SETTING A DESTINATION FROM
                                                                                                  POINTS OF INTEREST

Touch “Store” to store the location in the       6. When prompted, say the name of the            The system features a database of points
address book.                                       street. If the system cannot clearly in-      of interest such as restaurants, hotels,
                                                    terpret the name of the street, a list is     banks and more to assist you in
        “SETTING A NEW ENTRY TO THE                 provided with possible matches.               navigation. These points of interest can be
        ADDRESS BOOK” (page 4-17)                   Speak the number of the street dis-           set as destinations and the system can
                                                    played on the screen.                         then calculate a route.
A destination can also be set from a street
address using the NISSAN Voice Recogni-          7. When prompted, say the house num-                     “MY POINTS OF
tion System (if so equipped):                       ber or say “No House Number” to dis-                  INTEREST/USER-DEFINED POINTS
 1. Press the      or       button on the           play a default location on the chosen                 OF INTEREST (POIs)” (page 4-13)
                                                    street within the chosen city. If the
    steering wheel. The system provides
                                                    house number spoken is not on the
    prompts    and    waits    for  voice
                                                    chosen street, the system will notify
    commands.                                       you that the number is out of range
 2. Say “Navigation”.                               and to restate the number or say “No
                                                    House Number”.
 3. Say “Enter address in steps”.
                                                If a route is active, say “Replace Destina-
 4. When prompted, say the name of the          tion” to replace the current destination
    state or province. If the system cannot     with the new street address or say “Set as
    clearly interpret the name of the state     Waypoint” to set the new street address as
    or province, a list is provided with pos-   a waypoint on the current route.
    sible matches. Speak the number of
                                                If a route is not set, say “Set as Destination”
    the state or province displayed on the
                                                to set the new street address as the desti-
    screen.                                     nation and begin route guidance.
 5. When prompted, say the name of the          Say “Show on Map” to display the new
    city. If the system cannot clearly inter-   street address on the map.
    pret the name of the city, a list is pro-
    vided with possible matches. Speak          For more information about the NISSAN
    the number of the city displayed on         Voice Recognition System, see the vehicle
    the screen.                                 Owner’s Manual.

                                                                                                                          Navigation 4-9
LNV2409                                     LNV2711                                      LNV2407
SEARCHING FOR NEARBY RESTAU-                3. Touch “Nearby Restaurants”, “Nearby       5. Places are shown based on the
RANTS OR GAS STATIONS                          Gas Stations”, “Nearby Parking” or           straight line distance to the current
                                               “Nearby ATMs”.                               position. The arrow on the right shows
While a wide variety of places can be                                                       the direction of the destination. Touch
searched in the system, shortcut buttons    4. The system searches for destinations
                                                                                            the desired destination on the list.
are available for restaurants and gas          within 50 miles (80 km) of the current
stations.                                      position.                                     NOTE:
 1. Press the NAV button.                                                               A maximum of 200 destinations will be
                                                                                        listed when searching with this method.
 2. Touch “Points of Interest”.

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LNV2408                                      LNV2409                                        LNV2711
6. A detailed description of the destina-      SEARCHING FOR PLACES NEAR                   3. Touch “Search by Category”.
   tion is provided.                           CURRENT LOCATION                            4. Touch “Near Current Location”.
  ∙ Press the BACK button to go back           1. Press the NAV button.
    and pick another destination.                                                         When searching by category, you can
                                               2. Touch “Points of Interest”.             browse destinations from a variety of cat-
  ∙ Touch “Call” to call the destination (if                                              egories and subcategories, including:
    a phone number is available) using
    the Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone                                                       ∙ All POIs
    System. See the vehicle Owner’s                                                       ∙ Automotive
    Manual for more information about
    the Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone                                                       ∙ Banking & Business
    System.
                                                                                          ∙ Emergency
  ∙ Touch “Map” to show a map of the
    destination.                                                                          ∙ Hotel/Motel

  ∙ Touch “Start” to calculate the route to                                               ∙ Leisure
    the destination.                                                                      ∙ Public Places
                                                                                          ∙ Restaurant
                                                                                          ∙ Shopping

                                                                                                                 Navigation 4-11
∙ City Center                                   5. Destinations are shown based on the                       “HOW TO INPUT CHARAC-
                                                   distance to the selected position. The                    TERS” (page 2-7)
∙ Travel
                                                   arrow on the right shows the direction
If you choose “By Name”, you can search            of the destination. The distance shown          The keyboard has an intelligent spell-
for places using a specific name. The              is a straight line distance.                    ing setting, so it excludes non-existing
touch keyboard is shown.                                                                           combinations. On the top right of the
                                               Touch the desired destination from the list.        screen, the number of matches is
           “HOW TO INPUT CHARACTERS”                                                               shown.
                                                6. A detailed description of the destina-
           (page 2-7)                              tion is provided.                            7. Touch “City”.
      NOTE:                                        Press the BACK button to go back and         8. A touch keyboard is displayed. Enter
                                                   pick another destination or touch               the name of the desired city.
∙ When using “Search By Category”, the             “Start” to have the system calculate
  system will search for up to 200 matches         the route to the destination.               Press “List” at any time to display a list of
  within 50 miles (80 km) of the current                                                       remaining cities. Touch the desired city.
  position.                                    SEARCHING FOR POINTS OF IN-                      9. If you chose “Search By Category” in
                                               TEREST IN ANOTHER CITY                              Step 4, you can browse destinations
∙ When using “Search By Name”, the sys-
                                                1. Press the NAV button.                           from a list of categories and
  tem will search for up to 30 matches
                                                                                                   subcategories.
  within 50 miles (80 km) of the current        2. Touch “Points of Interest”.
  position.                                                                                    If you choose “Search By Name” in Step 4,
                                                3. Touch “Search By Category” or “Search       you can search for places using a specific
∙ If the destination is not found within the       By Name”.                                   name. The touch keyboard is shown.
  50 mile (80 km) search radius, you can
  search for places around a specific city      4. Touch “In Another City”.
                                                                                                     NOTE:
  name.                                         5. Touch “Change State/Province” if the
                                                                                               ∙ When using “Search By Category”, the
                                                   state or province shown is not correct.
           “SEARCHING FOR POINTS OF IN-                                                          system will search for up to 200 matches
           TEREST IN ANOTHER CITY”              6. If necessary, enter the name of the           within 50 miles (80 km) of the chosen city.
           (page 4-12)                             state or province.
                                                                                               ∙ When using “Search By Name”, the sys-
                                                   The display       shows       the   touch     tem will search for up to 30 matches
                                                   keyboard.                                     within 50 miles (80 km) of the chosen city.
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