NISSAN VERSA 2010 1.G LC Navigation Manual
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●Show Places on Map
Touch the “Show Places on Map” key to ac-
tivate or deactivate the display of place
icons on the map. When the icon on the
map is touched, place information will be
● Show Incidents
Touch the “Show Incidents” key to enable
traffic incident information on the map
“Traffic Feature” (page 4-30)
● Show Traffic Flow
Touch the “Show Traffic Flow” key to enable
traffic flow information on the map screen.
“Traffic Flow Feature”
● Map Data Information
Touch the “Map Data Information” key and
the follow-up screen will display the version
of the current installed map.
“Map SD-card” (page 3-8) The SD-card slot is located on the front of the
unit. When you purchase this system, an SD-
card with map data is provided.
● Before inserting the map SD-card confirm
that there is no SD-card already in the slot.
● The SD-card slot can only read the SD-card
with map data provided specifically for use
with the vehicle’s navigation system. The sys-
tem will not read other SD-cards.
HOW TO HANDLE THE SD-CARD
When handling the SD-card, please be careful
and adhere to the following instructions:
● Handle the SD-card with care. Never
touch the metal contacts.
● Do not use any conventional cleaner,
benzine, thinner, or antistatic spray.
● If you need to clean the SD-card use
a soft cloth.
● Never attempt to use an SD-card that
has been cracked, deformed or re-
paired using adhesive. Doing so may
damage the equipment.
● Do not try to bend the SD-card. Do
not use any SD-card that is bent or
● Do not put on any sticker or write
anything on either surface.
● Handle the SD-card carefully to
avoid contamination or flaws.
Otherwise, the data may not be read
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●Do not store the SD-card in locations
exposed to direct sunlight, or in high
temperatures or humidity.
● Always place the SD-card in its stor-
age case when not in use.
For additional SD-cards with map data, contact
the Nissan Navigation Helpdesk.
HOW TO ORDER MAP DATA UP-
To order updated map data, contact the Nissan
ABOUT THE MAP DATA
● Bosch has compiled the digitized map data
into a usable format. © 2009 Robert Bosch
GmbH all rights in compilation software
reserved. Due to the production timing of the
map data, some new roads may not be
included, or some names and roads may be
different from those in use at the time this map
data is used. ●
Traffic control and regulation data used in this
map data may be different from those in use at
the time this map data is used. When driving,
follow the actual traffic control signs and no-
tices on the roads.
● Reproducing or copying this map software is
strictly prohibited by law.
● This navigation system should not be
used to replace your own judgement.
No itinerary suggested by this navi-
gation system should ever override
any freeway regulations, your own
judgement, or a knowledge of safe
driving practices. Do not follow the
navigation system’s suggested itin-
erary if it would cause you to perform
a dangerous or illegal act, place you
in a dangerous situation, or take you
into an area you consider unsafe. ●
The advice provided by the naviga-
tion system is to be regarded as a
suggestion only. There may be times
when the navigation system displays
the vehicle’s location incorrectly,
fails to suggest the shortest route, or
fails to direct you to your desired
destination. In such instances, rely
on your own judgement taking into
account the driving conditions at the
● Do not use the navigation system to
locate emergency services. The data-
base does not contain a complete
listing of emergency services such as
police stations, fire stations, hospi-
tals and walk-in clinics. Please show
discretion and ask for directions in
● As the driver, you alone are respon-
sible for your driving safety.
– In order to avoid a traffic accident, do not operate the system while
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– In order to avoid a traffic accident,operate the system only when the
vehicle is stopped at a safe place
and the parking brake is on.
– In order to avoid a traffic accident or traffic offence, remember that
actual road conditions and traffic
regulations take precedence over
the information contained on the
– The software may contain inaccu- rate or incomplete information
due to the passage of time,
changing circumstances, and the
sources of information used.
Please respect current traffic con-
ditions and regulations at all
times while driving.
– Where actual road conditions and highway regulations differ from
the information contained on the
navigation system, abide by the
– Keep the amount of time spent viewing the screen while driving
to a strict minimum.The navigation system does not provide, nor rep-
resent in any way information on: traffic and
highway regulations; technical aspects of the ve-
hicle including weight, height, width, load and
speed limits; road conditions including grade,
percentage of incline and surface conditions;
obstacles such as the height and width of
bridges and tunnels; and other current driving or
road conditions. Always rely on your own judge-
ment when driving a car, taking into account cur-
rent driving conditions.
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About route guidance..............................4-2
Voice guidance during route guidance ............4-2
Navigation screen .................................4-3
Basic operation ................................4-3
Available setting items ..........................4-3
Route calculation settings .......................4-4
Setting a destination ...............................4-5
Available destination setting methods .............4-6
Setting a destination from a street address ...........4-6
Setting a destination from the address book .........4-10
Setting a new entry to the address book .........4-10
Setting an entry as a destination .................4-13
Setting a destination from places . . .................4-14Searching for nearby restaurants or gas
Searching for places near current location ........4-16
Searching for places in another city ..............4-18
My Places/User-defined points of interest
(POIs) ........................................ 4-21
Setting destination by map ........................4-26
Setting an intersection as a destination .............4-28
Traffic feature .................................... 4-30
Displaying traffic events along route .............4-30
Traffic icons ................................... 4-32
Traffic flow feature ............................. 4-32
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After setting the destination, select “Start” to be-
gin route guidance.
During route guidance, the system navigates you
through the guide points using visual and voice
●The navigation system visual and
voice guidance is for reference pur-
poses only. The contents of the guid-
ance may be inappropriate depend-
ing on the situation.
● When driving along the suggested
route, follow all traffic regulations
(for example, one-way traffic) .
(page 6-2)VOICE GUIDANCE DURING ROUTE
When approaching a guide point (intersection or
corner) , destination, etc., during route guidance,
voice guidance announces the remaining dis-
tance and/or turning direction.
Touch “Voice” on the upper left of the screen to
repeat the voice guidance.
Example of voice guidance:
1“In about one quarter mile (400 meters) , right
(or left) turn.” “Right (or left) turn ahead.”
2“In about one quarter mile (400 meters)
freeway entrance on your right onto (road
number and direction) .” “Freeway entrance
on your right onto (road number and
3“In about one mile (1.6 kilometers) , exit on
your right.” “Take the second exit on your
4“You have reached your destination. Ending
ABOUT ROUTE GUIDANCE
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Several methods are available to set your
1. Press the NAV button.2. Select the appropriate destination settingmethod by touching the screen or scrolling
with the scrolling dial.
AVAILABLE SETTING ITEMS
Set and/or save a destination.
Several methods are available to set your
“Setting a destination”
● PREVIOUS DESTINATIONS:
Searches for a destination from the previ-
ous destinations in the destination memory. Up to 50 previous destinations will be auto-
matically stored. If the number of previous
destinations exceeds 50, the oldest one will
be removed from the list and the newest
one will be added.
To manually delete a previous destination
entry, touch the “Delete” key on the Previ-
ous Destinations list screen. Touch “Del.
All” to delete all previous destinations on the
Touch the “Save” key to add a previous des-
tination to the address book.
It is not possible to retrieve deleted previ-
ous destination entries.
Your home address can be entered as a
Changes the settings the system uses to
calculate the route.
“Route calculation settings”
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A route list is available.
If you touch “Route”, a list is shown.
By touching a part of the route, you can see
more detailed information. ●
Touch “Cancel Route” to cancel the route
If route guidance is not active, both
“Route” and “Cancel Route” cannot be
ROUTE CALCULATION SETTINGS
The settings the system uses to calculate the
route to a destination can be adjusted to suit
your needs. 1. Press NAV.
2. Touch “Options”.
3. Adjust the settings to the desired level.
● Use Traffic Info:
Set to “Off” to disable traffic info. Set to
“Automatic” for traffic alerts to be controlled
automatically. Set to “Prompt” for traffic
alerts to be displayed when prompted.
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Set to “Fastest” to calculate the fastest
route. Set to “Economy” to calculate the
most economical route. Set to “Shortest” to
calculate the route of shortest distance.
● Minimize Freeways:
Toggle on or off to minimize the use of free-
ways on a calculated route.
● Minimize Toll & Ferry:
Toggle on or off to minimize the use of toll
roads and ferries on a calculated route. Several methods are available to set your
From the navigation screen, touch “Destination”. The methods for setting a destination are shown.
SETTING A DESTINATION