Garmin, Honda Extend Partnership for Navigation

August 27, 2015  - By
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Garmin International Inc. has expanded its partnership with Honda Motors to provide the infotainment systems in new-model Hondas with Garmin’s navigation system. The latest vehicle platform to launch with Garmin and its navigation solution is the all-new Honda Pilot.

“We are delighted to expand our esteemed partnership with Honda across multiple new vehicle platforms, bringing our navigation expertise to their customers via an integrated system that is feature-packed and easy to use,” said Matt Munn, Garmin managing director of automotive OEM. “This growing partnership is a testament to the reliability and quality of our navigation solutions and we are honored by Honda’s continued confidence in Garmin.”

The Garmin system integrates seamlessly into Honda infotainment consoles. Preloaded maps allow users to navigate through areas that lack cell reception, while millions of points of interest make it easy to find existing or new locations, Garmin said.

Spoken turn-by-turn directions are enhanced with advanced guidance features to navigate drivers through challenging and rigorous circumstances. Lane guidance indicates the proper lane for a driver to make a turn, and photoReal junction view provides photo-realistic images of junctions and exits. The system also includes real-time traffic avoidance, speed limit display, 3D buildings, terrain views and more.

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