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HOW CAN I EASILY IDENTIFY MY NAVIGATION SYSTEM?


eMyWay, NaviDrive 3D and NaviDrive RT4/5
Navigation systems with a built-in hard disk (internal memory).
You can easily identify your navigation system by comparing it to the photos and descriptions below:



eMyWay
The system can be identified by the following features:

DS4 & DS5: If you have a DS4 or a DS5 you have an eMyWay navigation system.
Distinctive features: The controls are situated on the central column between the gearshift and the armrests.

Distinctive features: A front facade with two knobs and three buttons (NAV - TRAFFIC - PHONE) in the middle.





NaviDrive 3D
The system can be identified by the following features:

The NaviDrive 3D is only available in the C5.

Distinctive features:
- This is the only system with 3D elements.
- A round "OK" button is in the middle of the fascia.
- The keypad is on the right.





NaviDrive RT4/5
The system can be identified by the following features:

- It has two knobs
- There is a keypad in the middle

Distinctive features: (compared to NaviDrive RT3):
- The menu symbols are laid out in a circle
- The map content loads from an internal hard disk (so there is no need to keep the disc in the CD reader for navigation)





MyWay and NaviDrive RT3
Navigation systems with an external memory (CD or SD card).
You can easily identify your navigation system by comparing it to the photos and descriptions below:



MyWay

The system can be identified by the following features:

If you have a new DS3, a C3 Picasso or the new C3 (launched in 2009) you have a MyWay navigation system.

Distinctive features for other vehicles with MyWay:
The maps load from a SD card.





NaviDrive RT3

The system can be identified by the following features:

- It has two knobs.
- There is a keypad in the middle.

Distinctive features: (compared to NaviDrive RT4/5):
- The menu symbols are laid out in a row.
- The disc containing the maps must remain in the CD player during navigation.