Acura RDX Navigation System Manual

The Acura RDX is Acura’s first compact crossover SUV. Originally previewed as the Acura RD-X concept car, the production RDX had its debut at the 2006 New York Auto Show and went on sale on August 11, 2006.

acura rdx navigation system The Acura Navigation System’s AcuraLink® Real-Time Traffic feature helps you steer clear of gridlock by providing continuously updated traffic information in major metropolitan areas across the 48 contiguous United States.

The following 2009 Acura RDX navigation system manual provides you detail information about a basic introduction that discusses the controls and how to communicate with the system, how to enter an address or locate a point of interest (POI), an explanation of the map features, guidance, and cautions, how to set up and tailor the system for your personal use and use the Address Book.

The Acura RDX navigation system is a highly sophisticated location system with voice control that uses satellites and a map database to show you where you are and to help guide you to a desired destination.

Download the Acura RDX Navigation System Manual (PDF) here.

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