How to Operate an Audi Navigation Systemby Marissa Robert
Audis have lots of convenient features, and the navigation system is one of them. Over the years, Audi's navigation systems have evolved from a simple GPS to an integrated multimedia or infotainment system. The system is simple to use and can help any driver find a way to get from here to there.
Press the button labeled "Navigation" or NAV on the console to access the navigation menu.
Choose from the "Map", "Route", "Memory" and "Nav-info" options on the Multi-Media Interface or MMI screen. There are buttons around the knob on the console to select your choice.
Turn the knob to highlight the option you want on the screen. Your choices under "Route" may include: route with or without stopovers, route list, route criteria and avoid route from here. Push the knob to choose the desired option.
Press the return button from the center of the console to get out of a menu once you have made your selections.
Push the setup button to change the map scheme, orientation, intersection zoom, map type, map content, navigation information or altitude display; to delete last destinations; or to enter NAV start location, demo mode or version information.
- The Audi Navigation system and the Audi Navigation System Plus use a thumb wheel on the steering wheel to highlight and select options, many of them in the same menus and sub-menus, but you can still access the information from the center console.
Marissa Robert graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in English language and literature. She has extensive experience writing marketing campaigns and business handbooks and manuals, as well as doing freelance writing, proofreading and editing. While living in France she translated manuscripts into English. She has published articles on various websites and also periodically maintains two blogs.