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  • WEB ED IT ION

    SENSUS NAV IGAT ION

  • Road type Colour / paint

    Motorway Orange

    Primary road Dark grey

    Smaller primary road Grey

    Ordinary road Light grey

    Local road White

    Text and symbols on the screen

    Event at next guidance point

    Distance to next guidance point

    Name of next road/street

    Facility (Restaurant)

    Planned route final destination

    Planned route intermediate destination

    Symbol for destination/final destination

    Calculated arrival time at final destination

    Calculated remaining distance to destination

    Compass

    Traffic information

    Section covered by traffic information

    Current road/street name - at car's current position (15)

    Planned route

    The car's current position

    Stored location

    Map scale

  • SENSUS NAVIGATIONVolvo's navigation system is a traffic infor-mation and road navigation system devel-oped by Volvo. Sensus Navigation guides

    you to a destination and provides informationalong the route. It informs of situations that canaffect the drive, such as accidents, road worksand shows alternative routes.

    It is possible to create an itinerary, search forfacilities along the route, store special places, etc.Sensus Navigation displays the car's exact posi-

    tion and in event of a wrong turning always cor-rects to guide you to the destination.

    You will see just how intuitive it is to use. Try itout. In order to get along with the system we rec-ommend that you familiarise yourself with theinformation in this manual.

    By facilitating accessibility and shortening drivingdistances, Volvo's navigation system also contrib-utes to a better environment.

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    01 Get started nowActivating the system.................................. 9Controls - quick guide................................ 9Guidance to a destination......................... 10

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    02 Get to know SensusNavigation

    Before starting.......................................... 13Owner's manual........................................ 13

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    03 ControlsControls - overview................................... 16Controls - general..................................... 18Controls - centre console......................... 18Controls - steering wheel.......................... 18Controls - remote control.......................... 19

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    04 Voice recognitionGeneral about Voice control..................... 21Use the voice command........................... 22Help functions and settings for voice rec-ognition..................................................... 22Language options for voice recognition... 24

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    05 Daisy wheelEntering and selecting options................. 27

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    06 Maps, compass and voiceguidance

    Map image - some examples................... 30Compass................................................... 32Voice guidance......................................... 32

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    07 MenusGeneral information about menus............ 34Shortcuts................................................... 34Main menu................................................ 35Scroll menu............................................... 36Menu tree.................................................. 37

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    08 Specify a destinationGeneral information about entering adestination................................................ 41Search via Home....................................... 41Search via Address................................... 42Search via POI.......................................... 44Search via Stored location........................ 45Search via Previous destinations.............. 46Search via Internet.................................... 46Search via Postcode................................. 47Search via Latitude/Longitude.................. 47Search via Point on the map..................... 48Search via Travel guide............................. 49 09

    09 ItineraryItinerary - general...................................... 51Intermediate destinations in the itinerary.. 52

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    10 RouteRoute - avoid............................................ 54Alternative routes and route overview...... 54Detailed route information........................ 55Map of the remaining route....................... 56Record a route.......................................... 57

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    11 SettingsRoute options............................................ 59Route options - avoid area....................... 61Route options - adapt route...................... 62Map options.............................................. 63Guiding options......................................... 66System information................................... 69FAV button................................................ 70Importing/exporting stored locations........ 71

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    12 Traffic informationTraffic information..................................... 73Traffic information - without specifieddestination................................................ 73Traffic information - with specified desti-nation........................................................ 74Extent of traffic problem........................... 76

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    13 Symbols on the mapPoints of Interest - POI............................. 79

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    14 Questions and answersFrequently asked questions...................... 82

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    15 Map and system informationMaps - content.......................................... 85Updating the maps................................... 85License agreement.................................... 86Copyright.................................................. 86

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    16 Alphabetical IndexAlphabetical Index.................................... 90

  • GET STARTED NOW

  • 01 Get started now

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    Activating the systemThe car's electrical system must first be acti-vated:

    On1. Push the remote control key into the igni-

    tion switch.

    2. If the navigation system does not startwithin a few seconds - press the centreconsole's NAV button.

    The system may then need several secondsto detect the position and movement of thecar - following which, the map is shown cov-ering the current geographic area where thecar is symbolised by a blue triangle.

    WARNING

    Observe the following.

    Direct all your attention to the roadand make sure that all your concentra-tion is on driving.

    Follow applicable traffic legislation anddrive with good judgment.

    Due to weather conditions or time ofyear affecting the road conditions,some recommendations may be lessreliable.

    OffThe navigation system cannot be deacti-vated, but instead operates in the back-

    ground - it is not deactivated until the remotecontrol key is removed from the ignitionswitch.

    NOTE

    The navigation system is also availablewhen the engine is switched off. When thebattery level gets too low the systemswitches off.

    Related information Guidance to a destination (p. 10) Controls - quick guide (p. 9) Before starting (p. 13)

    Controls - quick guideVolvo's GPS navigator can be operated inseveral ways:

    With the steering wheel's right-hand key-pad (p. 18).

    With the controls in the centre console(p. 18).

    With a remote control (p. 19). With voice recognition (p. 21).For function description, see (p. 18).

    Main commandsThe steering wheel keypad is used in the fol-lowing two examples for giving guidance toan Address or POI.

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    Scroll/select in the menus with theThumbwheel (1).

    Activate selections with a brief press onthe Thumbwheel (abbreviated in the fol-lowing example with "+ OK").

    Go back in menus and/or undo usingEXIT (2).

    Centre console controlsIf the centre console keypad is used insteadof the steering wheel keypad then the follow-ing applies:

    Keypad in steeringwheel

    Centre con-sole

    Turn the Thumbwheel Turn TUNE

    Press the Thumbwheel Press OK

    Press EXIT Press EXIT

    Related information Activating the system (p. 9) Guidance to a destination (p. 10)

    Guidance to a destinationSet guidance to the desired address or pointof interest.

    The navigation system calculates the route,travel time and distance to the selected desti-nation. The system gives guidance andinstructions for junctions, etc.

    If there is a deviation from the planned routeoutline during the journey then the systemautomatically calculates a new route outline.

    Search address

    Step Screen/menu

    Action

    1 If the screendoes notshow a mapimage, pro-ceed as fol-lows:

    Press the centreconsole buttonNAV.

    2 Map Press NAV to dis-play the "Short-cuts" menu.

    3 Menu Short-cuts, see(p. 34).

    Mark Setaddress + OK.

    4 Address Mark City: + OK.

    Step Screen/menu

    Action

    5 Daisy wheel -see (p. 27).

    Turn the thumb-wheel to select acharacter andenter it by clickingOK - a list ofoptions emergeson the screen.

    6 Daisy wheel Select the appro-priate districtfrom the list +OK.

    7 The screenshows thesame view as(4) with City:filled-in.

    Mark Set singledestination +OK.

    8 Map Guidance starts -follow the instruc-tions.

    For more detailed information on searchingdestinations with address, see (p. 42).

    Search POIPOI is also denominated as "point of interest"and "facility".

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