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Passenger View of Sat Nav

Hi all, silly little question but can anyone who has the Say Nav tell me if the display can be seen easily by a passenger. Been to the local dealers but they didn't have a sat nav model.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 20th January 2007, 22:54
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Hi!

The SatNav screen can easely be seen from the passenger seat.
Actually it is no big difference in wich front seat you are sitting in when you look at the screen, but of course is the best position to sit in the drivers seat

Went outside and took a pic of each position for you.

PS! Don't mind the front screen, it's covered with snow. Actually my entire civic is covered with snow this evening. The Winter has arrived

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Nice pics, i was looking for the temperature on the rev counter there, what is it out of curiosity?
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Nice pics, i was looking for the temperature on the rev counter there, what is it out of curiosity?
The temperature is minus 3 degree Celsius. I believe it did not show because the door was open...
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Many thanks

Thanks very much for that, hope to didn't get to cold...

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I believe it did not show because the door was open...
Correct, I hope you keep yourself wrapped up warm!
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Nice pics. Out of curiosity how is it to drive in that weather with the 18" storms ?
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Nice pics. Out of curiosity how is it to drive in that weather with the 18" storms ?
Actually I have the 17" original alloys with 225/45 winter tires these days. They work fine on snow and even ice. My 18" storms are stoved away ready to be put back on to my Civic in mars/april I think.

Here in Norway the season for wearing winter tires are from 15th of November to first Sunday after Easter.

Here is another picture taken outside the car:
http://www.civinfo.com/forum/attachm...1&d=1169320266

And another picture taken last summer, wearing the 18" storms:
http://www.civinfo.com/forum/attachm...1&d=1168452993

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