2007 Infiniti G35: More Than a Navigation System
August 17, 2007
Others have written about how effective and user-friendly our 2007 Infiniti G35 sedan's navigation system is, and I share that sentiment. However, when I'm not in guidance mode, I find the map screen a bit distracting -- an issue I have with most other nav systems as well (I'm not a good multi-tasker).
For that reason, I prefer the G35's default split-screen audio and climate display...
The typeface and symbols are large and easy to take in at a glance, thus minimizing the time I spend staring at the screen. The information presented is exactly the stuff I want to know -- CD album name, track title, elapsed track time, set temperature(s), fan mode. I also like having a digital clock readout as a supplement to the car's analog clock... I get a little obsessive about checking the time when I'm running late (almost always) so having multiple sources is a benefit for me.
Finally, I find the display attractive, almost soothing. The soft gray and orange background coordinates well with our G's black dash and metallic trim.
Erin Riches, Senior Content Editor, 8,425 miles