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To answer your questions:

1.) This is quite possibly the most ergonomically correct navigation system there is out on the market currently. The screen is at the right place matching up with the horizon. It is fairly easy to use and does not take up any important space in the dashboard.

2.) This system cannot play DVD video's, but for the 2002 model year starting in January it will be a DVD based system and it might be able to play DVD movies, but I am not sure of this. In Europe, they do have a RTI television option.

3.) There are three buttons on the back of the steering wheel that contol all of the functions for the Nav System.

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These are the buttons on the back of the steering wheel: Enter, Back, and a 4-Way directional switch.





The system just holds one CD for each of the different regions around the country. You will get the CD that applies to your region of the country. You will also get one free update. NavTech makes the CD's for the Volvo system, so you might want to check out their site. It does have voice prompts, but it does not have voice recognition.

The DVD based system should apply to all of the 60/70/80 series cars, since they use the exact same hardware and software currently.

-Drew

[This message has been edited by InDy (edited 07-16-2001).]
 
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