Assistance Display The AVIC-Z2 ensures extremely easy access to roadside assistance
information. The unit shows emergency phone numbers and your current location
— by street name, city, and state, plus longitude and latitude. The units also
display any personal information you've entered, including vehicle identification
number, insurance number, and insurance company phone number. There is even a
dedicated icon for easily locating the nearest car dealer. Additionally, 1-Year
Emergency Roadside Assistance Service is offered free of charge*.
Steering Wheel Remotel
New For 2007, the AVIC-Z2 replaces the AVIC-Z1 featuring all of the powerful capabilities
of its predecessor, while adding some cool new enhancements, including:
Addressing The AVIC-Z2 takes advantage of a new mapping feature, Point Addressing.
Many destinations are now geocoded to a precise location, rather than to an address
range, making routing more precise than ever before.
Landmark Icons and Updated POI Icons The AVIC-Z2's graphic map interface features
3D landmark icons for airports, amusement parks, golf courses, stadiums, and zoos.
POI icons appear on the map en route, making it easy to identify the locations
closest to your path.
Icons and Traffic Flow Lanes An enhanced display of traffic conditions of
a 1.0 ~ 2.5-mile map scales provides maximum navigation efficiency.
Voice Operation* Dial any of your programmed entries on the internal hard
disk phone book with a simple voice command. *Requires use of ND-BT1 adapter
Voice Recognition The AVIC-Z2's advanced voice recognition makes voice command
easier than ever. You can search for destinations by saying a name - like "LAX"
- without having to specify a category, such as "airport." Full address searches
can be done by saying the city name, street name, and address. The system can
also accept multiple commands, such as "go to LAX and display San Francisco."
In addition, the system can recognize a larger vocabulary than ever, letting you
use alternative words for the same command - such as "go to" or "search," instead
of "destination." Voice commands for A/V sources and other attachments like Bluetooth
wireless-enabled cell phones are just as easy.