Keeping Nav and Audio Separate - 2006 Lexus RX 400h Long-Term Road Test
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2006 Lexus RX 400h Long-Term Road Test

2006 Lexus RX 400h: Keeping Nav and Audio Separate

March 17, 2008

Photo by Caroline Pardilla

I had our 2006 Lexus RX 400h this weekend and it's no Mini . I kid, heh. Anyway, the one thing I liked about it, apart from how aah-somely silent it is idling at a stoplight, was how the radio interface is separate from the navigation one. So I could change radio stations without having to cycle through the screens.

Huzzah! Same sorta goes for climate controls. I liked being able to increase/decrease temperature and fan speed just by pressing buttons. A little window pops up on the nav screen, not interfering at all with the map on display. I could spend more time watching the road than staring at a touchscreen, trying to find the right function and making sure to press the correct button.

Caroline Pardilla, Deputy Managing Editor @ 30,637 miles


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