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Old 10 Apr 2004, 04:12 am
LarryHondaOdyssey
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Default Re: Honda Navigation systems

Garmin is a great alternative for older cars. I recommend you get the
Garmin iQue 3600 PDA/GPS. I have several different models of Garmin and I
like the PDA best since you can put more map info in them. Draw backs are
they are hard to read and enter data in the car especially in the daytime.
Since they sit on your dash they look cluttered and you have to contend
with wires for power, etc. Get the lighter voice module - it;s great.
They work great similar to the Honda built in systems but not quite as
nice to use. I love my Honda Nav system.

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