Summary: For a unit with a 250+ page user's manual you would expect something that is both sophisticated and ultimately, USER FRIENDLY! This is neither - the worse part is that it literally makes driving UNSAFE by forcing people to pull over, put that car in park, put the parking brake on, just to access the...
Summary: I love this unit. Its awesome in every way possible. the navigation is super the quality of the dvd player is good and is sounds good for cd play. I still have to figure out the sounds curves but it a real good unit. i need to find a second unit for my Tahoe
Summary: Save your money. I invested over 2K to purchase and have this unit installed. After about a year the screen would go blank, but the lights on the face plate would flash. It would come back on after a minute or 2, but I would usually have to take the disc out or do something else.
Summary: The AVIC-N2 is an excellent radio and GPS tracking system, but the price that they charge for the XM interface you would at least expect to get the functionality of a standalone $49 XM radio. There is no channel guide, no channel description, no channel groupings.
Summary: This is my first built in GPS unit. I have used Delorme and Microsoft Streets & Trips 2006 on a laptop for years. I took the plunge and purchased the AVIC-N2 for my new 2006 Pathfinder. First let me say that having a built in GPS is so much better than getting the laptop out.
Summary: For all those that complain about not being able to watch dvds or put in an address while driving, you can with a trick. Type "solder avic n2" in google and you'll figure it out. Keep in mind they did this because it is illegal in the U.S. to watch dvds while driving.
Summary: I recently moved to the northeast and decided that I would pay a little more for this system with the hope that it would do at least half of the things that it said it would. And I was very pleased, as it does everything it is supposed to.
Summary: Well, after reading all the reviews I could find, I decided to take the leap and pay the extra $ for this leading edge unit. Nothing is perfect, but this unit comes very very close to fulfilling all of its promise.
Summary: I waited a while before submitting a review to give this unit a good try. I already had a portable unit (Garmin) but wanted an in-dash unit for my other car. At the time this unit was twice as much as the Garmin but it also played dvds.
Summary: This unit could have been fantastic if not for one issue. Almost all the navigation fuctions cannot be used while the vehicle is moving over 10 miles an hour. What good is having all this power and information at your fingertips and not be able to use it when you need it.