VOLVO S60
VOLVO NAVIGATION SYSTEM (VNS)
OPERATING MANUAL
Web Edition
Text and symbols on the screen
Direction to take at next guidance point
Distance to the next guidance point
Name of next street or road
Stored location
Symbol for Final destination
Remaining time to destination
Final destination
Remaining distance to destination
Intermediate destination
Speed limit (at the vehicle’s current location (18))
Compass
Traffic information (not available in all markets)
Extent of street/road with traffic problem (not available in all markets)
Types of roads
Color
Current road (the vehicle’s current location (18))
Freeways
Orange
Symbol for a Point of Interest – POI (Restaurant with Sea food)
Main roads
Red
Starting point
Secondary main roads
Brown
Completed section of the route
Normal roads
Dark gray
The vehicle’s current location
Local roads
Dark green
Route
Next guidance point
Map scale
VOLVO NAVIGATION SYSTEM (VNS) WITH RTT
VNS is a navigation system developed by Volvo, which is designed
to help guide you to the destination of your choice and provide information along the way.
RTT1 (Real Time Traffic) is an information system developed by Volvo,
which can detect roads/streets with traffic disruptions and make it
possible to select an alternative route past the problem area.
The system includes features that enable you to set itineraries, search
for certain types of points of interest along your route, store special
destinations, obtain traffic informaton en route, etc.
The system indicates the vehicle’s current location, and shows part
or all of the route to your destination, depending on the settings you
have made. If at any time you should decide to deviate from the route
originally set by the system, a new route to the destination will automatically be calculated.
By enabling you to reach your destination quickly and by the most
direct route, Volvo's navigation system also helps contribute to
improving the environment.
NAVTEQ DATABASE End-User License Agreement
See the information on page 74.
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Option. Not available in all markets.
Contents
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01 Quick guide
Getting started.......................................... 10
02 Getting to know your
navigation system
This manual...............................................
Before you begin.......................................
DVDs and the screen................................
System overview ......................................
Navigation system controls......................
Voice control.............................................
On-screen keyboard.................................
Maps, types of roads and the compass...
Main menu, Scroll menu...........................
Menu selections........................................
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03 Planning your trip
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Setting a destination.................................
Itinerary.....................................................
Current position........................................
Settings.....................................................
Demo........................................................
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Contents
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04 Traffic information
05 Symbols on the map
06 Questions & Answers
Introduction............................................... 60
Reading information.................................. 62
Points of interest (POIs)............................ 68
Frequently asked questions...................... 72
EULA – License agreement....................... 74
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Contents
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07 Index
Index......................................................... 78
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Contents
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Getting started........................................................................................ 10
QUICK GUIDE
01 Quick guide
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Getting started
Activating the system
Navigation system options
With the ignition switched on (see the section
"Ignition modes" in the Owner's Manual):
The Volvo Navigation System can be operated
in several ways:
1. Press the remote key fully into the ignition
slot to activate ignition mode I.
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2. If the navigation system does not start
within a few seconds, press NAV on the
center console control panel.
Disclaimer
When the system is started, it displays the following text, which must be confirmed:
With the controls in the center console
With a remote control
With voice commands
See page 25 for a description of the functions.
• Press the OK button.
The navigation system also contains options
for adjusting map, guidance, and system settings. For detailed information, see page 50.
For additional information, see page 17.
Main commands
NOTE
The system can be used even when the
engine is not running. To help avoid battery
drain, the system should be turned off when
it is not in use.
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With the right-hand steering wheel keypad
The instructions for setting an itinerary to the
left in the table below apply to the steering
wheel keypad.
The instructions to the right apply if the center
console controls are used.
Steering wheel
keypad
Center console
controls
Navigate and make
selections with the
thumb wheel
Turn TUNE
Press the thumb
wheel
Press OK/MENU
Press EXIT
Press EXIT
Guidance to a street address
• Navigate and make selections with the
thumb wheel.
• Confirm a selection by pressing the thumb
wheel.
• Go back in the menus or cancel by pressing EXIT.
Menu
Action
Set destination
Press EXIT to return to the
main menu. Navigate to Set
destination and press the
thumb wheel.
Select point
on map
Navigate to Select point
on map and press the
thumb wheel.
01 Quick guide
Getting started
Menu
Action
Scroll
Move the cursor with the
center console's number
keys to the desired destination (6 to move it to the right,
8 to move it downward, etc.)
and press the thumb
wheel.
Scroll menu
Press the thumb wheel and
a menu will be displayed.
Add to itinerary
Mark Add to itinerary and
press the thumb wheel.
Start guidance
Return to the main menu by
pressing EXIT. Select
Route details and press
the thumb wheel, followed
by Itinerary and press the
thumb wheel again. Finish
by selecting Start guidance and pressing the
thumb wheel.
The system will now calculate the route and
distance to the specified destination. You will
be provided with guidance and instructions
regarding intersections, etc.
If you leave the planned route during the trip,
the system will automatically calculate a new
route to the destination.
Menu
Action
Name:
Navigate to Name: and
press the thumb wheel.
Enter the POI's name, such
as "Holiday hotel" and
press the thumb wheel.
Guidance to Points of Interest (POI)
Menu
Action
Set a destination
Press EXIT to return to the
main menu. Navigate to Set
destination and press the
thumb wheel.
A list is displayed
Select "Holiday hotel" from
the list of alternatives displayed and press the
thumb wheel.
Point of
interest
(POI)
Navigate to Point of interest (POI) and press the
thumb wheel.
Add to itinerary
Navigate to Add to itinerary and press the thumb
wheel.
By name
Select By name and press
the thumb wheel.
Start guidance
Area:
Navigate to Area: and press
the thumb wheel. Mark the
desired letters and press
the thumb wheel to specify
the area where the destination is located.
Return to the main menu by
pressing EXIT. Select
Route details and press
the thumb wheel, followed
by Itinerary and press the
thumb wheel again. Finish
by selecting Start guidance and pressing the
thumb wheel.
City:
Do the same thing for City:.
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The system will now calculate the route and
distance to the specified POI. You will be provided with guidance and instructions regarding
intersections, etc.
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01 Quick guide
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Getting started
If you leave the planned route during the trip,
the system will automatically calculate a new
route to the destination.
Demo mode (simulated guidance)
The system has a Demonstration Mode that
can be used as a learning tool, see page 56.
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01 Quick guide
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This manual.............................................................................................
Before you begin.....................................................................................
DVDs and the screen..............................................................................
System overview ....................................................................................
Navigation system controls.....................................................................
Voice control...........................................................................................
On-screen keyboard...............................................................................
Maps, types of roads and the compass.................................................
Main menu, Scroll menu.........................................................................
Menu selections......................................................................................
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR NAVIGATION SYSTEM
02 Getting to know your navigation system
This manual
Using this manual
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Changes in the manual
Menu selections/Paths
The specifications, design features, and illustrations in this manual are not binding.
Menu selections are shown in gray text in the
manual, for example Enter street.
Menu paths are written as follows:
Set destination
or Set destination
Address
Address
Street:
Street:
Footnotes
Certain pages of this manual contain information in the form of footnotes at the bottom of
the page. This information supplements the
text that the footnote number refers to (a letter
is used if the footnote refers to text in a table).
Options and accessories
Optional or accessory equipment described in
this manual is indicated by an asterisk (*).
Optional or accessory equipment may not be
available in all countries or markets. Please
note that some vehicles may be equipped dif-
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ferently, depending on special legal requirements.
A quick guide is available to help you get
started with the basic functions as quickly as
possible, see page 10. The rest of the manual
is divided into chapters and sections describing the navigation system's features and functions in greater detail.
Contact your Volvo retailer for additional information.
We reserve the right to make modifications
without prior notice.
© Volvo Car Corporation
02 Getting to know your navigation system
Before you begin
General information
Map mode
The Volvo Navigation System (VNS) is based
on Navstar Global Positioning System, commonly called GPS.
When the system is started, it displays the following text, which must be confirmed by pressing the OK/MENU button:
The GPS system uses the reference system
WGS84, which provides the vehicle's position
(longitude and latitude).
• This system provides route information
The VNS system can be used even if a destination has not been specified.
The map, with the vehicle’s current location,
will be displayed on the screen, with the vehicle
marked as a blue triangle.
WARNING
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Always use good judgment when following navigation system guidance,
and do not follow guidance that seems
contrary to your own best judgment.
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Never use the navigation system or any
other feature in your vehicle in a way
that distracts you from the task of driving safely. Distraction can lead to a serious accident.
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Set and make changes in your navigation system only with the vehicle
parked.
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Be aware of the current traffic situation.
Always comply with relevant traffic regulations.
to help you reach your destination. Due
to road conditions, some
recommendations may not be
accurate. Obey all traffic laws and drive
based on your own good judgment.
Always concentrate on your driving by
keeping your eyes and mind on the
road.
When this has been done, a map showing the
current area will be displayed with the vehicle
shown as a blue triangle at the center of the
map.
On/Off
On
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1. Press the remote key into the ignition slot.
2. The display activates automatically when
ignition is in mode I (see the section "Ignition modes" in your Owner's Manual for
additional information).
3. Press the NAV button on the center console control panel if the system does not
start automatically.
4. Press OK when the start-up text is displayed (see the previous section "Map
mode").
It may take the system several seconds to
determine the vehicle's location and direction
of travel.
Settings
Off
The system is delivered with default settings
but after these settings have been modified by
the user, it will start with the most recently used
settings.
The system shuts down automatically when
the remote key is removed from the ignition
slot.
The system has a reset function that enables
you to return to the default settings, see
page 55.
Once activated, the navigation system cannot
be switched off manually and is always active
in the background after the start-up sequence.
However, if you prefer to not start the system
when the ignition is switched on:
• Press EXIT when the start-up text is displayed (see the previous section "Map
mode").
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Before you begin
NOTE
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The system can be used even when the
engine is not running. To help avoid battery
drain, the system should be turned off when
it is not in use.
Demo (simulated guidance)
For an overview of how guidance functions,
specify a destination.
If the vehicle is at a standstill, guidance can be
simulated to the specified destination, see
page 56.
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02 Getting to know your navigation system
DVDs and the screen
Contents of DVDs
Map updates
New DVDs are issued regularly with updated
maps and the most current information. The
latest DVDs can be purchased from a Volvo
retailer.
The information on a new DVD must be transferred to the vehicle's navigation system,
which is done using the infotainment system's
media player. To update the map information:
NOTE
The map information may not fully cover all
areas/countries.
The area covered by the system is constantly being expanded, which is why occasional updates are required.
See also www.volvocars.com/navi for additional information about maps, etc.
Map areas
The areas included in the system's maps varies
according to market/country. The following
main maps are available:
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Australia & New Zealand (Pacific)
2. Insert the DVD in the media player. If the
update is on more than one DVD, insert the
discs in numbered order.
3. The display will show the contents of the
update and the approximate time that it will
take. Answer Yes or No when prompted to
start the update.
4. After marking Yes and pressing OK, follow
the instructions on the screen.
NOTE
An update may contain new navigation system features and functions that are not
described in this manual.
Interrupted updates
The Middle East
If an update is in progress when the ignition is
switched off, the process will continue from
where it was interrupted the next time the ignition is switched on.
South America
South Africa
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1. Start the engine.
Europe
North America
NOTE
The navigation system can be used while an
update is in progress, but please be aware
that certain features may not function fully
or not at all during this time.
DVD care
• When changing discs, make sure that they
are kept free of oil, grease and other impurities.
• The discs must not be exposed to moisture.
• The discs must be kept in their packaging
when not in use.
• Avoid storing discs in excessive heat,
direct sunlight, or in a dusty environment.
Screen care
Clean the display screen with a soft, non-static
cloth or a moist paper towel and a mild window
cleaning agent.
Never use petroleum based solvents or abrasive substances when cleaning the screen.
Southeast Asia
Russia
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DVDs and the screen
CAUTION
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Do not place any objects in front of the navigation system's screen. This could scratch
its surface. Cell phones could also interfere
with the screen's function.
02 Getting to know your navigation system
DVDs and the screen
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02 Getting to know your navigation system
System overview
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02 Getting to know your navigation system
System overview
Global Positioning System (GPS)
antenna
culate the vehicle’s current location and direction.
The antenna is integrated into the roof module.
This also helps the system calculate direction
and location if the GPS signal is temporarily
interrupted, such as when driving through a
tunnel.
Voice control
A number of navigation system commands can
be voice controlled. The microphone is near
the driver's sun visor and the voice control button is located on the steering wheel keypad.
For additional information, see page 27.
Main VNS unit and DVD drive
The main unit is located in and behind the center console and includes the following functions:
• Determining the vehicle’s location.
• Calculating a route to the selected desti-
The GPS and TMC receivers are integrated into
the main unit.
The screen displays the maps and provides
detailed information about routes, distances,
etc.
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For information about caring for the screen,
see page 19.
Traffic information (TMC)*
The Traffic Message Channel (TMC) is a standardized code system for transmitting traffic
information. The receiver automatically tunes
to the correct frequency and reception is handled by the audio system’s FM antenna.
Center console controls
The number keys in the center console can be
used together with the OK/MENU, TUNE and
EXIT buttons to navigate in menus, confirm
selections or to go back in a menu, see
page 25.
NOTE
TMC is not available in all areas/countries.
The area covered by the system is being
steadily expanded, which makes occasional updates necessary.
nation.
• Voice guidance.
• Processing traffic information.
Screen
See page 19 for information about updating
maps and system software.
Volume control and infrared (IR)
receiver
Use the vehicle’s audio system volume control
during voice guidance to raise or lower the volume. See also page 33. The volume can also
be adjusted in the MY CAR menu.
When the optional navigation system remote
control is used, it should be pointed toward the
center console.
Vehicle location
The navigation system uses signals from the
Global Positioning System, the vehicle’s
speedometer and a gyroscopic sensor to cal-
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* Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.
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System overview
Steering wheel keypad
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The thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad
can be turned to navigate in lists and menus
and pressed to confirm a selection. Use the
EXIT button to go back in a menu or to cancel
a selection.
For additional information, see page 25.
Speakers
Sound from the navigation system comes from
the infotainment system's front speakers.
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Navigation system controls
About Navigation system controls
The navigation system can be operated using
the controls in the center console, the steering
wheel keypad or with a remote control*. All
three alternatives offer access to the same
functions but are operated differently.
The system can also be operated using voice
commands.
Press OK/MENU to confirm or activate a
selection. The button will be described in
the manual as OK or "+ OK."
Remote control*
To use the remote control, point it toward the
center console.
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Turn TUNE to navigate through the menus.
Press EXIT to go back in the menu system
or to cancel a selection.
Steering wheel keypad
Center console controls
Turn the thumb wheel to go up or down in
a list of menu alternatives.
NAV: activates the navigation system on
the screen. Press to toggle between on/off
and to also display e.g., climate system
functions on the upper/lower sections of
the screen.
Press the thumb wheel to confirm or activate a selection.
Press EXIT to go back in the menu system
or to cancel a selection.
NAV: activates the navigation system on
the screen. Press to toggle between on/off
and to also display e.g., climate system
Number keys: used to enter address and
name information, and for map scrolling.
See also pages 30 and 34.
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* Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.
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Navigation system controls
functions on the upper/lower sections of
the screen.
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Press EXIT to go back in the menu system
or to cancel a selection.
Press OK/MENU to confirm or activate a
selection. The button will be described in
the manual as OK or "+ OK."
Voice control
See the section "Voice control" beginning on
page 27.
Additional information
Arrow keys: use to move the cursor.
Number keys: used to enter address and
name information, and for map scrolling.
NOTE
The remote control uses AAA (also called
R03) batteries. Try replacing the batteries in
the remote if it does not function.
WARNING
When not in use, the remote (and similar
objects) should be stored in a safe place
such as the glove compartment to help prevent them it from becoming a projectile during sudden maneuvers, rapid braking or an
accident.
In certain cases, more information may be
available than is currently displayed on the
screen. In this case, the line of text will end with
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the # sign. Press the INFO button to display all
of the available information.
02 Getting to know your navigation system
Voice control
Introduction
Getting started
NOTE
The navigation system's voice control feature
enables you to voice-activate certain system
functions.
If you are uncertain of the commands that
you can use, saying "help" will prompt the
system to provide a number of commands
that can be used in a specific situation.
Voice commands offer convenience and help
avoid distractions so that you can concentrate
on driving and focus your attention on road and
traffic conditions.
Voice control commands can be cancelled
by:
Additional information about using voice commands can also be found in your Owner's Manual, in the Infotainment chapter's "Cell phone
voice control" section.
Steering wheel keypad
WARNING
As the driver, you have full responsibility for
operating the vehicle safely and adhering to
all applicable traffic regulations.
The voice control feature uses the same microphone as the BluetoothŸ hands-free system
and system prompts are provided through the
infotainment system's front speakers.
Since the microphone is positioned directly in
front of the driver, voice commands given by
other occupants of the vehicle may not be
understood.
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Voice control button
Activating the system
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Saying "cancel"
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Pressing EXIT
Not speaking
Pressing and holding the voice control
button
Pressing any of the other mode buttons
the center console: NAV, RADIO,
MEDIA, MY CAR or CAM*.
• Press the voice control button (1) to activate the system and initiate a command
dialogue.
Using voice commands
While using the voice control system, keep the
following points in mind:
1. To initiate a command, press the voice
control button briefly. Commonly used
commands will be shown in the display.
• When giving commands, speak at your
2. Say, for example, "Navigation" clearly and
in a normal tone of voice.
usual speed and in a normal tone of voice
after the tone
• The vehicle's doors, windows and moonroof should be closed when using the voice
control system
3. The text on the screen will change
to "Repeat instruction/Navigation go to
address/Itinerary." Say "Itinerary."
4. Continue as prompted.
• Avoid background noises in the cabin
when using the system
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* Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.
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Voice control
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When a dialogue has been initiated, grayed-out
texts or texts in parentheses are not part of the
spoken command.
NOTE
Useful tips
• When giving commands, speak at your
usual speed and in a normal tone of voice
after the tone
• Saying "Help" after the tone will prompt
the system to provide a number of commands that can be used in a specific situation.
The system's menus and alternatives cannot always be selected, for a number of reasons.
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If a menu or alternative is selectable, it
will be displayed in clear white text.
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Alternatives that are Not selectable
are displayed in gray text (grayed out).
• A command dialogue with the system can
be speeded up by interrupting a system
prompt by pressing the voice control button briefly. Wait for the tone and begin to
speak.
• If the driver is in a demanding driving sitCommands can be given in several ways
For example, the command "Navigation go to
address" can be spoken as:
uation, it is not necessary to respond to a
system prompt immediately.
• The system will give a prompt 3 times. If
the driver does not respond, the command
dialogue will be cancelled.
• "Navigation > Go to… > Address." Begin
by saying "Navigation," wait for a system
response in the form of on-screen alternatives. Continue by saying "Go to…" and
finish by saying "Address."
or
• give the entire command at one
time: "Navigation go to address."
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NOTE
A complete list of short cut commands can
be found by pressing the MY CAR button
on the center console and turning TUNE to
scroll to Settings
Voice settings
Voice command list
Navigation
commands.
• Avoid speaking during a system prompt to
avoid missing information from the system.
Examples
Here are a few of the most common commands:
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Navigation go to address
Navigation go to POI
Navigation delete next waypoint
Navigation cancel guidance.
Tutorial and settings
The menus in MY CAR contain a tutorial to help
the driver become familiar with the voice control system. See your Owner's Manual for a
more detailed description of the MY CAR
menus.
Tutorial
Voice tutorial gives the driver step-by-step
instructions about how to use the voice control
system.
The tutorial feature can be started in two ways:
NOTE
The tutorial feature can only be started when
the vehicle is parked and the parking brake
is applied.
02 Getting to know your navigation system
Voice control
• By pressing the voice control button and
Settings Voice settings Voice user
setting. Select User 1 or User 2.
saying "Voice tutorial."
• By pressing MY CAR and going to
Settings Voice settings Voice
tutorial. Press OK to begin the tutorial lesson.
Voice training
The Voice training feature enables the voice
control system to become familiar with your
voice and pronunciation, and allows you to set
up user profiles. Two user profiles can be created.
• To start the voice training procedure, press
MY CAR and go to Settings Voice
settings Voice training. Select User 1
or User 2 and press OK to begin.
NOTE
The menu selection Default setting can
only be changed to User 1 after a Voice
training session has been completed.
Other voice control settings found in MY
CAR
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Voice user setting: Two user profiles can
be set by pressing MY CAR and going to
• Voice output volume: Press MY CAR and
go to Settings Voice settings Voice
output volume and select the desired
level.
The system's voice volume can also be
changed by turning TUNE during a system
prompt.
Languages
The voice control system is constantly being
developed and at the time of printing, the following languages were available:
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English (UK)
English (US)
French (CAN)
French (FRA)
Dutch
Italian
Spanish (EU)
The available languages have this icon
in the list.
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Language-dependent user profile
The voice control feature will only understand
the languages set in System options.
For example, assume that the profile User 1
has been stored by a French-speaking driver
and the language set to Canadian French. If the
driver then changes the system language to
English, the profile User 1 can no longer be
selected because the system will now only
understand English and expect English to be
spoken. The alternative Default setting will be
active instead.
To improve the system's capability to understand the driver's English pronunciation, carry
out voice training and store the results in the
profile User 2 with the language set to English
(which will make both languages available) or
change the language profile for User 1 to English.
Spanish (US)
Swedish
German
To change languages, go to Settings
System options Language.
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On-screen keyboard
Entering text and making selections
Entering characters
• Delete or cancel with EXIT.
Other characters
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The inset menu in the text wheel shows other
special characters or numbers. Grayed-out
characters cannot be selected in the current
context:
• Select More + OK to access the text wheel
for special characters.
• 123 + OK: numbers are displayed in the
wheel.
Screen view showing the free-text field
The text wheel
The navigation system uses a text wheel for
entering various types of information.
1. Mark (highlight) a text field.
Activating a selection
3. Select a character with the thumb wheel/
TUNE and enter it by pressing the thumb
wheel/OK.
When the desired function/menu selection has
been chosen by turning the thumb wheel on
the steering wheel keypad or TUNE on the
center console control panel, press the thumb
wheel/OK to display the function/menu's next
level.
2. Press OK to display the text wheel.
Numeric keyboard
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=> + OK: the cursor moves to the list at the
right of the screen. Selections can be made
here by pressing OK.
• Last 5 + OK: lists the five most recent destinations. Mark one of them and press
OK.
List of alternatives
The center console number keys 0–9, * and #
can also be used to enter characters.
For example, press 9 to display all of the characters that can be entered by pressing this key,
which are: w, x, y, z and 9. Press the button
briefly to move the cursor to each available
character.
• Stop on the desired character to select it
and it will appear in the text field.
• To repeat the same character, press the
thumb wheel/OK.
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A list matching the characters entered
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On-screen keyboard
The number 5 in the upper right corner of the
screen indicates that the there are five alternatives containing the characters entered (BEZ).
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No list
An empty list and the characters *** in the
upper right corner indicates that there are over
1,000 alternatives containing the characters
entered. If there are fewer alternatives, they will
automatically be displayed.
To reduce the number of alternatives on the
list, enter additional characters.
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Maps, types of roads and the compass
Map views
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02 Getting to know your navigation system
Maps, types of roads and the compass
Map views of the current location
Voice guidance
The way in which the map is displayed
depends on the vehicle’s location and the settings that have been made in the system, such
as map scale, geographic location, the symbols that have been selected for display, etc.
Once a destination has been entered and the
vehicle is approaching an intersection or an
exit, a voice will provide guidance about distance and type of action to be taken. A detailed
map of the intersection is also displayed. The
voice guidance is repeated as the vehicles
approaches the intersection.
An explanation of the text, signs, and symbols
that may be displayed on the screen can be
found on the inside of the front cover of this
manual.
The name of the current route can be viewed
at the bottom of the screen without setting a
destination.
Along a highway. The screen shows points
of interest along the highway, see
page 42.
Detailed intersection information. The
screen shows the direction in which you
should turn at the next intersection. (Alternative lanes are only displayed for major
roads.) Visual information is always
accompanied by voice guidance.
Two maps. The screen shows the same
map, but with two different scales. The
map(s) can also be displayed in 2D or 3D,
see page 52.
Map scroll mode, see page 34.
Adjust the volume with the audio system’s volume control (this must be done while guidance
is being given).
Compass
The red point on the compass
needle points north on the
map and the white end of the
needle points south
Go to Settings Map options Compass
to hide/show the compass. See also page
53 for more information.
To repeat guidance:
Unverified roads
• Press OK twice.
A small number of roads in the system may be
unverified. This means that information on
signs, one-way streets, left turns, etc., may not
be accurate.
See also Settings Guidance options
Voice guidance, see page 53.
NOTE
In certain cases (e.g., if a call is in progress
on a Bluetoothš-connected cell phone),
voice guidance will be replaced by a chime.
To select a male or female voice and a language:
• Go into the MY CAR menu system (by
pressing this button on the center console
control panel). The volume for voice guidance can also be adjusted here. See your
Owner's Manual for additional information.
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An itinerary containing unverified roads will be
displayed in grey on the map.
The system’s default setting is to avoid unverified roads, and for this reason, no itineraries are
planned on them. These settings can be
changed under Settings Route options
Customize route, see page 51.
The system provides information when an
unverified road is added to an itinerary and
when the vehicle begins to travel on one of
these roads.
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02 Getting to know your navigation system
Main menu, Scroll menu
02
The menu system
To display the main menu from the map view:
• Pressing one of the number keys (0–9).
The various sections of this manual present all
of the navigation system's menus and alternatives.
• Press OK.
To scroll:
To return to the main menu from a sub-menu:
• Press one of the following number keys
• Press EXIT repeatedly until the main menu
NOTE
The system's menus and alternatives cannot always be selected, for a number of reasons.
•
•
If a menu or alternative is selectable, it
will be displayed in clear white text.
Alternatives that are Not selectable
are displayed in gray text (grayed out).
is displayed.
Returning to the main menu
It is always possible to return to the main menu
by pressing EXITrepeatedly.
1-2-3-4-6-7-8-9: an arrow indicating the
scrolling direction will be displayed in the
margins combined with the number key to
be used to scroll in the desired direction.
To zoom in/out:
• Turn TUNE.
Returning to the map
To exit the Scroll menu:
• Press and hold EXIT for several seconds.
• Press EXIT.
Scroll menu
The crosshairs
Main menu
Pressing OK will display a menu for the point
on the map that the crosshairs are currently
pointing to. This menu contains the following
alternatives:
• Add to itinerary: adds the crosshair's
position to the itinerary.
• POIs nearby: shows any points of interest
that may be around the crosshair's position.
• Read traffic message: lists any current
The main menu is at the top of the menu structure and is the first menu displayed after the
introductory text and the map.
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The Scroll menu makes it possible to move the
crosshairs across the map using the number
keys in the center console.
The Scroll menu can be activated when the
map is displayed by:
traffic messages.
• Information: displays any information that
may be available about the position.
• Store: opens the menu Set destination
Stored location
page 43.
Edit, see
02 Getting to know your navigation system
Menu selections
Three levels of the menu structure are shown
here. A number of the third level menus also
have sub-menus, which are described in detail
in their respective sections in this manual.
Repeat voice guidance
p. 33
Point of interest (POI)
p. 41
Return trip
By name
Start guidance
Near the car
Add to itinerary
Along the route
Edit itinerary
Around point on map
Set destination
Address
Area:
City:
Street:
Number:
Junction:
Add to itinerary
Along the street
p. 40
Along the highway
Stored location
p. 42
p. 44
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Select point on map
p. 44
Latitude & longitude
p. 44
Postcode
p. 44
Add to itinerary
Route details
Information
Edit
Itinerary
Sort by
Start guidance
Delete
Add to itinerary
Information
Previous destination
Add to itinerary
p. 43
p. 46
Edit itinerary
Avoid
p. 47
Next destination
p. 47
Route instructions
p. 48
Map of entire route
p. 48
Information
Store
Delete
Delete all
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02 Getting to know your navigation system
Menu selections
Map of remaining route
p. 48
Start demo
p. 56
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or
Stop demo
Traffic information
Read traffic message
Route options
p. 50
Guidance options
Route type
Voice guidance
Route proposals
Voice output volume
Customize route
Street names in voice
guidance
Route learning
p. 60
p. 62
Time of arrival format
Reset route learning
Map options
System options
p. 52
Traffic events along route
p. 63
Map version:
Show dual map mode
Map loading progress
Single map settings
Traffic events ahead
Avoided traffic events
Right map settings
p. 64
p. 49
Compass
Traffic
Traffic station
Traffic message
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p. 50
Delete all user data
p. 55
or
Show speed limits
informationA
p. 55
Pause guidance
Show current road name
Settings
Reset navigation settings
Left map settings
POI on map
Current position
p. 54
GPS information
Map colors
or
p. 53
Resume guidance
Show information fields
A
Not available in all areas/countries.
p. 55
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Itinerary...................................................................................................
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PLANNING YOUR TRIP
03 Planning your trip
Setting a destination
Address
See page 30 for information about entering
text/numbers in the system's various text
fields.
NOTE
The definition of a city or area may vary from
state to state, and also within the same
state. It will sometimes be an entire city, or
a particular section of a city.
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City or street
3. Or select City: + OK and begin entering the
name.
The following search criteria can be used:
• Area: (country)
• City:
• Postcode: a zip code can also be used for
a search under City:
• Street:
• Number:
• Junction: (intersection) select an intersection as a destination.
•
Add to itinerary: mark the selection +
OK to add the address to the itinerary.
• Information: mark the information + OK to
display information about the selected
destination.
NOTE
Street is marked first
There are several different ways of programming a destination.
It is enough to only enter the name of a town,
village, etc. to be guided to the center of the
specified town/villages.
If you know the destination's latitude and longitude, this information can also be used.
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Set destination
Address
Searching for a destination:
1. With the previous illustration's view on the
screen, press OK to activate the preselected text field.
2. Enter a name in the Street: field using the
text wheel and then select City:.
If the number entered does not exist for a
street address, the system will provide information to this effect.
03 Planning your trip
Setting a destination
More about Information
Points of interest (POI)
By name
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Select an address/street + OK to select the following:
• Map: displays a map of the location with
additional information when available.
• Call: call the location if a phone number is
given.
• Related POI: lists points of interest related
to the selected location.
• Parking nearby: lists parking areas in the
vicinity along with their distance from the
destination.
Set destination
Point of interest (POI)
The system contains a large number of POIs
that can be searched for and set as destinations. The list of POIs can be shortened by
specifying the type(s) of POIs to be included in
the search:
• Select Type: and specify the types of POIs
to be included in the search.
To select the POIs to be permanently displayed
on the map, go to the menu Settings POI
on map – see page 53.
All searches are performed as described in the
previous section (City or street):
In addition to searching for a POI by general
category (e.g., restaurants), the POI's name
can be used. The procedure is the same as
when searching by address, see page 40.
When searching for a Name: such as "Rick's
Restaurant" all names matching the combination of letters will be shown as the letters in the
name are entered. The list of names will
become more specific as more letters are
entered.
NOTE
There are sub-categories of restaurants to
simplify the search.
1. Specify an Area:/City:/Type:/Name:.
Near the car
2. Then select Add to itinerary or
Information + OK.
This performs a search of the area around the
vehicle's current position.
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03 Planning your trip
Setting a destination
Along the route
Along the street
This searches for POIs along a route in the itinerary.
A search will be made on a specific street/road.
Stored locations
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Set destination
Stored location
Along the highway
This search is performed by scrolling the crosshairs on the map, see page 34.
A large number of locations can be stored in
the system, which can then be used to quickly
set or change an itinerary.
• The scroll map will be displayed. Move the
Storing a location
Around point on map
crosshairs to the desired position and
press OK.
To store the location of your choice:
1. Use the scroll function (see page 34) to
select the location to be saved.
2. Press OK to open the crosshairs' menu.
A search will be made on a specific highway.
3. Select Store location + OK. The location
is now saved and will be added to the
Stored location list.
Select a stored location on the list + OK and
choose one of the following alternatives:
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03 Planning your trip
Setting a destination
Add to itinerary
This alternative opens the same window as for
Set destination Address Add to
itinerary, see page 46.
Information
• Edit voice tag: record a voice tag. Follow
the on-screen instructions.
• Show name on map: select whether to
show or hide the location's name on the
map.
This alternative opens the same window as for
Set destination Address Add to
itinerary Information, see page 41.
• Store: save the changes by pressing OK.
Edit
•
•
•
•
Sort by
• Add to itinerary
• Information
• Store: see the following illustration for
more information.
• Delete
• Delete all.
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Select to sort the entries in the list by:
Name
Icon
Distance
Chronological
Delete
• Delete a stored location.
Previous destination
Store displays this editing menu
Store displays the same editing menu as for
Stored location Edit.
This opens the selected stored location and
makes it possible to change/update the following:
For more information, see page 42.
• To supplement or change the information
for a destination, select Store + OK.
• Name: enter the name of the location of
your choice
• Icon: select a symbol to represent the
location on the map
• Address: enter an address
• Phone: enter a phone number
Existing destinations are stored here. Select
one of them and then do one of the following:
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03 Planning your trip
Setting a destination
Return trip
This alternative enables you to return to the
itinerary's starting point and can be selected at
any time during an itinerary.
Select among:
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• Start guidance
• Add to itinerary
• Edit itinerary: select between Clear
itinerary and Route options.
• Turn TUNE to change the map scale.
• Move the crosshairs using the number
keys on the center console (6 to move right,
8 to move down, etc).
1. When you have moved to the desired location, press OK.
ber. The previous character's window will
no longer be active.
3. The two right-most character windows are
for entering the direction. Use the number
keys or turn TUNE. N = 6, S = 7, W = 9 and
E = 3.
2. Continue by selecting Add to itinerary or
any of the other alternatives displayed.
4. When all of the coordinates have been
entered, select Add to itinerary + OK to
add the location to the itinerary.
Searching by latitude/longitude
Add to itinerary
Add the selected coordinates for the location
on the map to the itinerary.
Searching for a location on the map
Information
This displays any available information about
the location.
Zip code (post code)
Set destination
Set destination
Select point on map
This displays a map with the current location
marked. See also "Scroll menu" on page 34.
Latitude & longitude
Select a destination using its GPS coordinates:
1. Highlight the number to be changed and
press OK to activate the character's window.
2. Enter a number using the center console
number keys (or turn TUNE) and finish by
pressing OK or continue to the next num-
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03 Planning your trip
Setting a destination
03
Search for a destination using its zip code:
1. Select Postcode: + OK to display the text
wheel.
2. Select characters with TUNE and enter
them by pressing OK (or use the center
console number keys).
NOTE
Zip codes/post codes may be presented
differently, depending on the country/area.
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03 Planning your trip
Itinerary
Menu overview
Up to 8 intermediate destination can be set.
NOTE
The most recently added intermediate destination always becomes Intermediate destination 1. Existing ones will be raised one
step (i.e., existing intermediate destination
1 becomes intermediate destination 2 and
so on).
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Route details
The system can handle one Itinerary at a time
with a maximum of 8 intermediate destinations.
Start guidance
Move the cursor to Start guidanceand press
OK to activate the current itinerary.
If you would like to reorder these intermediate destinations in the itinerary, go to Route
details
Itinerary, Select an
intermediate destination and
Move in
list.
Setting an itinerary
The result with "Itinerary 3" selected
The first destination entered becomes the final
destination and any others are treated as intermediate destinations.
If the setting to show 3 alternative itineraries is
selected, one of them can be chosen, see the
menu Settings Route options Route
proposals on page 51.
NOTE
Add to itinerary
The menu selection Itinerary becomes
accessible after a destination has been
selected.
Add an intermediate destination (uses the
same menu as "Set destination.") See also
page 40.
Route details
Itinerary
Editing an itinerary
The alternatives are:
Set up an itinerary with several stops along the
way to avoid adding intermediate destinations
during your trip.
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03 Planning your trip
Itinerary
• Clear itinerary: erase the current itinerary.
• Route options: opens a shortcut to
Settings
page 50.
Route options, see
Intermediate destinations in an itinerary
• Move in list: change the order in which the
Next destination
intermediate destinations appear in the
itinerary.
• Adjust on map: uses crosshairs on the
map to mark a position. The crosshairs can
be scrolled (moved) to another position,
which can be selected by pressing OK.
See page 34 for more information on the
scroll function.
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• Store: opens the menu Set destination
Stored location
Edit, see page 43.
Avoiding areas
Each intermediate destination in the itinerary
can be updated by marking it and pressing
OK.
• Information: complete name/address/
phone number (where applicable), and longitude and latitude. If a phone number is
displayed, a call can be made through a
BluetoothŸ-enabled cell phone. See the
section "BluetoothŸ hands-free connection" in your Owners's Manual for additional information. Any POIs or parking
areas near the destination or will be shown.
• Delete: remove the intermediate destination from the itinerary.
This feature makes it possible to avoid certain
parts of the route (due to traffics jams, construction, etc.) The various distances shown on
the screen are calculated from the vehicle's
current position. The system will then select
another route.
• Mark a selection and press OK.
This shows the location of the next intermediate destination on the map with its name,
address, estimated time of arrival and the
remaining distance to this destination. It also
offers the following alternatives:
• Delete: remove the current intermediate
destination and show the next one.
•
Map: show a position on the map with the
Scroll menu, see page 34.
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03 Planning your trip
Itinerary
• >>: go to the next intermediate destination
in the itinerary (at the end of the list, this will
loop back to the beginning).
Map of the entire route
(Map of entire route)
• Call: call the destination (where applicable).
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Route instructions
(Route instructions)
This displays the entire route scaled down so
that it fits on the map.
Otherwise, the functions are the same as for
the Scroll menu, see page 34.
Map of the remaining route
(Map of remaining route)
This is similar to the view showing the entire
route but only shows the remaining part of the
route to the destination from the vehicle's current position.
Otherwise, the functions are the same as for
the Scroll menu, see page 34.
This lists the points along the route where
instructions will be provided.
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03 Planning your trip
Current position
Where am I?
03
Current position
This feature displays a map with the vehicle's
current location and information such as the
location's name and coordinates.
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03 Planning your trip
Settings
Traffic information
• Auto: the system will automatically search
Route options
for the most suitable/strongest station.
• Manual: the driver can tune to a station.
Traffic messages
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Settings
Traffic information
Settings
Not all of the settings that can be made for
traffic information are described here. See also
page 63.
Several selections can be made here for displaying traffic messages.
Traffic station
• All: information about all reported traffic
Route options
Route type
disruptions will be displayed.
• Major: this will display information about
e.g., closed roads due to accidents or
other serious problems.
• None: No traffic messages will be displayed.
The following types of routes can be selected:
A radio station broadcasting traffic information
can be selected here.
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03 Planning your trip
Settings
• Fast: the system will select major roads for
Route options
the fastest permitted driving
• Short: the system will select the most
NOTE
•
If a route has already been set when one
or more of these alternatives are
changed, there may be a slight delay in
guidance as the system recalculates the
route.
•
If the system has been set to avoid toll
roads, highways, etc., roads of this type
will only be used when there are no
other alternatives.
direct route to the destination
• Easy: the system will prioritize roads that
do not entail difficult driving situations or
numerous intersections
Route proposal
Select roads or other things that the system
should avoid as far as possible when setting a
route:
When the Start guidance command has been
given, two alternatives will be presented:
• Select 1 to let the navigation system
choose the most suitable type of route
• Select 3 and the system will present up to
3 route proposals (if more than one possibility is available) to choose from
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Avoid highways
Avoid toll roads
Avoid ferries
Avoid time-restricted roads
Avoid season-restricted roads
Avoid unverified roads
Avoid borders
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Route learning
An itinerary must be set. If the driver has activated an itinerary and then takes another route
to the final destination than the one proposed
by the system, the system will memorize the
roads that the driver has chosen.
If the same itinerary is selected two more times
and the driver uses "his/her own route" again,
the system will show the driver's route.
If this alternative is marked and the same route
is driven three times, this new route will be
stored and replace the original itinerary.
Reset route learning
This deletes the "learned" route.
See page 46 for more information.
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03 Planning your trip
Settings
Map options
Single map settings
• Map orientation: select Heading or
North.
North: the map will always have north at the
top of the screen. The "car" symbol will move
in the current direction on the screen.
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Heading: the "car" symbol will be in the center
of the map and will always point upward. The
map will rotate under the symbol, depending
on the direction of the road.
• Map view: select 2D or 3D.
2D: the "car" symbol and map will always be
viewed from above.
3D: the "car" symbol and map will be viewed
at an angle from above or from the side.
Show dual map mode
Settings
Map options
The map can be displayed over the entire
screen or two split-screen maps can be displayed at the same time.
Select split-screen by marking Show dual
map mode and pressing OK, followed by
EXIT.
Left map settings
• Map orientation: select Heading or
North.
• Map view: select 2D or 3D.
Right map settings
This is the same as for left map settings.
Map colors
Choose between:
• Automatic
• Day (see the previous illustration)
• Night
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Map scale in dual map mode
To view each map in different scales:
03 Planning your trip
Settings
1. From map view, turn TUNE clockwise or
counter-clockwise to highlight the map on
the right or left side of the screen.
Compass
2. Press OK to activate the highlighted side
of the screen.
• Graphic
• Text
• None.
3. Turn TUNE to adjust the map scale.
4. Press OK again to confirm the new map
scale and to deactivate that side of the
screen.
Points of interest (POIs) on the map
Guidance options
Choose how the compass will be shown on the
map:
03
See page 33 for more information about the
compass.
Show the current road name
Mark this alternative to display the name of the
street/road that you are currently driving on at
the bottom of the screen.
Show the current speed limit
Mark this alternative to see the current speed
limit in the upper right corner of the screen.
Show information fields
Mark the alternatives for displaying points of
interest on the map:
• All: show all points of interest.
• None: no points of interest will be displayed.
• Selected: a menu with points of interest
Mark this alternative to display any current traffic information at the top and bottom of the
screen.
Settings
Guidance options
Voice guidance
Mark Voice guidance if you would like spoken
instructions. See page 27 for additional information.
will be displayed. Mark the ones that you
would like to have displayed on the map.
For a complete list of POIs, see page 68.
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03 Planning your trip
Settings
Voice volume
This displays a volume control on the screen
for setting the level for voice guidance.
Settings
System information
Map version
GPS information
• Adjust by turning TUNE and pressing OK.
See page 23 for more information.
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Street names in voice guidance
In addition to voice guidance information about
distance and direction, this function can also
say the name of the street/road. To activate:
• Mark Street names in voice guidance.
The screen will display:
Time information
Select the time-related information to be displayed:
• ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival)
• RTA (Remaining Time until Arrival)
System information
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The screen shows:
•
•
•
•
•
Number of received satellites:
Received position
Map-matched position
Altitude:
The geographic name of the current position.
• Software version:
• Map version:
• Map market:
Map loading progress
This indicates the progress of a map/system
update. See page 19 for more information.
03 Planning your trip
Settings
Reset navigation settings
Delete all user data
Pause guidance
03
Settings
Reset navigation settings
This function returns all settings to the original
(factory) system settings.
The menu alternative Settings Reset
navigation settings + OK displays: Reset all
navigation settings?, Press OK to
continue. Press Exit to cancel..
Settings
Delete all user data
Pause guidance
The menu alternative Settings Delete all
user data + OK displays: Do you want to
delete all navigation user data?, Press OK
to continue. Press Exit to cancel.
Move the cursor to Pause guidance and press
OK to temporarily stop all types of guidance
and Resume guidance will be displayed.
However, the system's "car" symbol will continue to show the vehicle's position on the map.
Pressing OK will delete the following information:
To resume guidance:
•
•
•
•
•
all stored locations
• Mark Resume guidance and press OK.
the Last 5 locations
previous destinations
route learning information
changes to factory settings
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03 Planning your trip
Demo
Start the demo (system simulation)
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Route details
Start demo
When the vehicle is at a standstill, this function
offers simulated guidance to the currently set
destination.
To interrupt the simulation:
• The previous memo selection (Start
demo) changes to Stop demo. Mark it and
press OK.
NOTE
The demonstration function can only be
used if a destination has been selected.
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TRAFFIC INFORMATION
04 Traffic information
Introduction
Display and reception
Traffic symbols on the map
Slow traffic
Broadcast traffic information is always
received and presented, even if no destination
is specified.
Slow traffic in both directions
The way in which traffic information is presented can be set and changed in Settings
Traffic information, see page 50.
04
Extent
The way in which traffic information is presented is also affected by the way in which it is
broadcast.
Marker colors
Symbol for traffic information or problems
NOTE
Traffic information is not available in all
areas/states/provinces.
The transmission range for traffic information is being increased continuously.
If there is at least one traffic message along the
route, a Traffic Message Channel (TMC) symbol will be displayed in the upper left corner of
the map.
Use the scroll function (see page 34) to scroll
to the traffic problem to find its location and
extent.
NOTE
When the system is started it can take up to
approx. 15 minutes before all traffic information for the area is loaded.
Location on the map
Traffic problems are indicated by arrows, lines
and boxes:
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The color of the arrows, lines and boxes indicates the extent (severity) of the traffic disruption:
Black
Road closed
Red
Traffic jam
Orange
Slow-moving traffic
Yellow
General information
Type of traffic disruption
The following symbols on the map indicate different types of traffic disruptions:
Accident
Contraflow (two-way traffic, single
lanes in each direction)
04 Traffic information
Introduction
Extent
Detour (diversion)
Information
Narrow road
Parking information
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Traffic jam
Road work
Slippery road
Certain traffic messages also contain information on the extent of the traffic obstruction.
In addition to the symbol, a yellow, orange, red
or black line along the route is shown on all
scales up to 3 miles. The length of the line is
corresponds to the extent (distance) of the traffic problem.
Scale of the area for traffic information
Other hazard
Road closed
The map scale determines the amount of traffic
information that can be displayed; the larger
the area on the map shown on the screen, the
greater the amount of information displayed.
• Select the size of the area to be monitored
in Map mode by turning TUNE to the
desired scale.
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04 Traffic information
Reading information
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Read traffic message
Traffic information
A traffic problem and the area affected, marked by
arrows
Main menu
When the crosshairs are placed over an
area where there is a traffic disruption
(marked by arrows along the road), a
flashing box with the traffic symbol is displayed.
Traffic information
Read traffic information
1. Move the crosshairs to the traffic disruption (indicated by a colored line or arrows
parallel with the road) that you would like
information about. A traffic symbol with a
box will begin to flash on the map.
2. Press OK and information similar to the
illustration will be displayed:
In order to read the traffic information:
• Press OK and select Traffic information
+ OK.
With Read traffic message selected, press
OK to display the following view:
Detailed information about the traffic disruption is linked to the symbol, including (if available):
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04 Traffic information
Reading information
• expected duration
• limitations (speed, vehicle width/height,
etc.)
• roads affected
With Traffic events ahead selected, press
OK to list the current traffic disruptions.
Traffic events along route
If there is more than one traffic disruption within
the box, press OK to display information about
the problem closest to the center of the crosshairs first.
Numbers, such as "2/5" at the top of the
screen, indicate that the currently displayed
traffic message is number 2 of a total of 5 in the
box. Display the other messages by pressing
OK.
• Return to the map screen by pressing
EXIT.
Avoiding traffic disruptions
Traffic events ahead
A list with one disruption along the itinerary's route
Menu row 2 with a set itinerary
This is the same menu row as in the previous
section, but with a set itinerary. The text then
changes from Traffic events ahead to Traffic
events along route. You can opt to have the
system guide you around the traffic disruption
on another route.
Press OK to list the traffic disruptions along the
route.
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The driver can avoid traffic disruptions by letting the system choose another route. To do
so:
1. Select the traffic disruption to be avoided
and press OK to mark the selection.
2. A number of areas can be marked to be
avoided. Up to 15 areas with traffic disruptions can be selected.
3. Continue by marking Calculate new
route + OK.
The system will then calculate a new route to
avoid the traffic disruption.
To get detailed information about a listed traffic
disruption:
• Select one from the list and press # INFO
(on the center console control panel) to
display the information.
Menu row 2 when no itinerary has been set
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04 Traffic information
Reading information
Avoided traffic events
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The marked traffic problems are listed here.
Detailed information, return to the menu by pressing EXIT
• Return to the map by pressing EXIT or
select Calculate new route + OK: the itinerary will be adjusted according to the
changes made.
A list with one alternative that can be edited
The following can be done:
• Clear all: unmark all alternatives.
• Select one of the alternatives + OK: the
alternative will be unmarked.
• Select one of the alternatives + # INFO:
detailed information and a map will be displayed.
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Points of interest (POIs).......................................................................... 68
SYMBOLS ON THE MAP
05 Symbols on the map
Points of interest (POIs)
Specify individual POIs to be shown on the
map or select All or None, see page 53.
•
•
NOTE
Volvo dealer
The icons used for POIs and the number
of POIs available may vary from country
to country.
Parking
New icons may be added/removed
when the system is updated. The icons
for all available POIs can always be
found under Settings in the navigation
system's menus.
Parking garage
Parking for large vehicles
Tourist information
Marked POIs will be shown on the map
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Settings Map options
Selected
POI on map
Some examples of symbols that can be
selected to be displayed on the map:
Historical monument
Gas station
Tourist attraction
Gas station with CNG (biogas)
Hockey rink
Gas station with LPG (liquid petroleum gas)
Sports complex
Car wash
Exercise area
Auto service & maintenance
Ski resort
Rental Car Agency
Movie theater
Car race track
Amusement park
T do so:
• Select/deselect a POI by turning TUNE
and pressing OK.
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05 Symbols on the map
Points of interest (POIs)
Opera house/theater
Park & Recreation
Library
Rest area
Bar/nightclub
Hospital
Hotel
Zoo
Pharmacy
Convention/exhibition center
Restaurant
Bank
Train/commuter train station
ATM
Restaurant
Airport
Post
Bus station
School/daycare center
Ferry terminal
Campground
Restaurant, Chinese
Restaurant, sea food
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Fast food
Marina
Café
Municipal/government office
Grocery store
Shopping mall
Higher education/university
Dry cleaner
City center
News stand
Police station
Barber shop/hair salon
Fire station
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
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The vehicle’s position on the map is
incorrect.
The Global Positioning System (GPS) indicates
the car’s position with an accuracy of about
65 feet (20 meters).
Accuracy may be even less when driving on
roads lying parallel to another road, winding
roads, roads on several levels, and also after
driving a long distance without making any distinct turns.
Tall buildings and mountains, tunnels, viaducts, over/underpasses etc., also have a negative affect on the reception of GPS signals,
which means that the estimation of the car’s
position may not be precise.
VNS does not always calculate the
fastest/shortest route.
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Parameters such as distance, width of road,
type of road, number of right or left turns, traffic
circles etc., are all taken into account when
calculating the best theoretical route. Experience and local knowledge may, however, lead
to a better choice of route.
The VNS system chooses toll roads,
freeways, and ferries even though I have
opted to avoid them.
When calculating routes over longer distances,
for technical reasons the system can only use
major roads. If you select NO for toll roads and
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freeways, they will be avoided as much as possible, but will be used if no other reasonable
alternative is available.
After being transported, the car’s
position on the map is incorrect.
If the car is transported, for example by ferry or
train, or in such a way as to impede the reception of GPS signals, it can take up to 5 minutes
to calculate the car’s new position correctly.
The vehicle’s position on the map is
incorrect after its battery has been
disconnected.
If power has been cut from the GPS antenna,
it can take more than 5 minutes for the GPS
signals to be received correctly and the car’s
position to be calculated.
The car symbol on the map moves
erratically after a tire change
In addition to the GPS receiver, the vehicle’s
speedometer and an onboard gyro are also
used to calculate the vehicle’s current location
and direction of travel. If the spare tire is put on
the vehicle, or is a change is made from summer to winter tires (or vice versa), the navigation system must "learn" the new dimensions
of the tire(s). Therefore, it may be necessary to
drive for several miles, including a number of
turns, for the system to make this adjustment.
The map image does not correspond to
actual conditions.
Factors such as the constant expansion and
rebuilding of the road network, new traffic regulations constantly being introduced etc.,
mean that the digital map database is not
always complete.
The maps and data on the DVDs are static.
They will not automatically update to reflect
real-life changes to road and traffic patterns.
Updated DVDs are produced periodically.
Please contact your Volvo retailer for more
information about availability.
The map scale sometimes changes.
There is no detailed map information for certain
areas. If this is the case, the system automatically changes the map scale.
Certain menu options are not available.
Check the settings that you have made. Select
Reset to default for the particular option to
return to the default settings.
The car symbol on screen jumps forward
or spins.
The system may need a few seconds to sense
the position and movement of the car before
you drive off.
1. Switch off the VNS system and the ignition.
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Frequently asked questions
2. Switch on the ignition again and restart
VNS, but remain at a standstill for a short
time before driving off.
I am planning a long trip but do not want
to specify destinations in the cities that I
will be passing through. What is the
easiest way to set up an itinerary?
Select the final destination directly on the map
using the cross hairs. The system will automatically guide you to the final destination even if
you drive past intermediate destinations.
The system’s map information is not upto-date
Contact your Volvo retailer for updated map
information.
WARNING
Navigating safely
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Always use good judgment when following
navigation system guidance, and do not follow guidance that seems contrary to your
own best judgment.
What is the easiest way to check the
current map version?
See Settings System information Map
version: for information about the map version
and which geographic area it covers.
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07 Index
A
E
I
About this manual...................................... 16
End-User terms......................................... 74
Intermediate destination............................ 47
Activating the system................................ 10
Extent......................................................... 61
Intersections.............................................. 40
Address
entering................................................. 40
Avoiding an area........................................ 47
Itinerary
clearing................................................. 47
start guidance....................................... 46
F
Factory settings................................... 17, 55
C
Frequently asked questions....................... 72
Change scale of traffic information............ 61
Compass................................................... 33
Locations
storing................................................... 42
G
GPS-information........................................ 54
D
Demo......................................................... 56
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Destination
next intermediate destination...............
points of interest...................................
setting...................................................
street address.......................................
47
41
40
40
DVD
care....................................................... 19
changing............................................... 19
contents................................................ 19
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Guidance
options..................................................
pausing.................................................
starting..................................................
to a point of interest.............................
to a street address................................
voice.....................................................
L
53
55
40
11
10
33
M
Map
colors.................................................... 52
current position..................................... 49
direction................................................ 52
location on............................................ 44
options.................................................. 52
screens........................................... 32, 52
scrolling................................................ 34
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Q
Search/select stations for traffic information............................................................. 50
Map areas.................................................. 19
Questions & Answers................................. 72
Select station for traffic information.......... 50
Map mode................................................. 17
Quick guide................................................ 10
Setting a destination.................................. 40
symbols on........................................... 68
version.................................................. 54
Map scale.................................................. 44
Settings...................................................... 17
resetting................................................ 55
Menu
scroll..................................................... 34
system overview................................... 35
R
Read traffic message................................. 62
Start guidance........................................... 46
Menu system............................................. 16
Remote control.......................................... 25
Stations for traffic information
search/select........................................ 50
Return trip.................................................. 44
N
Roads, unverified....................................... 33
Route options...................................... 50, 51
On/Off........................................................ 17
P
Points of interest........................................ 53
as a destination.................................... 41
symbols on the map............................. 68
Steering wheel
keypad.................................................. 24
Stored locations................................... 42, 43
adding information................................ 43
Navigation system controls....................... 25
O
Simulated guidance (demo)....................... 56
S
Street address, as destination................... 40
Scale
change............................................ 44, 61
System options.......................................... 54
Screen
care....................................................... 19
Scrolling..................................................... 34
Symbols on the map.................................. 68
System overview........................................ 22
System settings......................................... 17
delete user data.................................... 55
resetting................................................ 55
07
Scroll menu................................................ 34
Search
location on map.................................... 44
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T
quick guide...........................................
switching on/off....................................
system menus......................................
unverified roads....................................
Traffic information.......................... 23, 50, 62
broadcasts............................................ 60
selections.............................................. 50
transmission......................................... 50
Traffic symbols.......................................... 60
10
17
35
33
Z
Zip code, as a destination......................... 44
U
Unverified roads........................................ 33
V
Voice
guidance............................................... 33
Voice commands....................................... 27
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Volvo Navigation System
activating..............................................
demo.....................................................
end-user terms.....................................
general information...............................
GPS receiver.........................................
overview................................................
questions & answers............................
10
56
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23
22
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