Typical voice guidance prompts

The voice guidance provides various messages as you approach an intersection, or other point where you need to maneuver the vehicle.

1.  “Proceed about 5 miles to Main

1. street.” “Proceed about 5 miles to Main street.”

2. onto Main street.” “In half of a mile, right turn onto Main street.”

3. 4.  (Beep sound only) “Right turn.”

4. INFORMATION (Beep sound only)

INFORMATION

The street names may not be pronounced correctly or clearly due to text−to−speech function.

On freeways, interstates or other highways with higher speed limits, the voice guidance will be made at earlier points than on city streets in order to allow time to maneuver.

1.  “Proceed about 4 miles to the

1. traffic circle.” “Proceed about 4 miles to the traffic circle.”

2. circle ahead, and then 3rd exit ahead onto Main street.” “In half of a mile, traffic circle ahead, and then 3rd exit ahead onto Main street.”

3. 4.  “The exit ahead.” “The 3rd exit ahead.”

4. 5.  (Beep sound only) “The exit ahead.”

5. (Beep sound only)

: The system indicates a U−turn if the distance between two one−way roads (of

: The system indicates a U−turn if the distance between two one−way roads (of opposite directions) is less than 50 feet (15 m) in residential areas or 164 feet (50 m) in non−residential areas.

1. legal U−turn.” “In half of a mile, make a legal U−turn.”

2. 3.  (Beep sound only) “Make a legal U−turn ahead.”

3. (Beep sound only)

The system announces the approach to the final destination.

The system announces the approach to the final destination.

1. 2.  “You have arrived at your destination. “Your destination is ahead.”

2. The route guidance is now finished.” “You have arrived at your destination.

The route guidance is now finished.”

INFORMATION

If the system cannot determine the current vehicle position correctly (in cases of poor GPS signal reception), the voice guidance may be made early or delayed.

If you did not hear the voice guidance command, push the “MAP/ VOICE” button to hear it again.

To adjust the voice guidance volume, see “ Voice volume” on page 338.

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